Stalker contacted ex-girlfriend 200 times per day: cops

A Florida man threatened to kill his ex-girlfriend’s family and aggressively stalked her by contacting her at least 200 times a day, police said.

Michael Taylor Debaun, 25, of Riverview, was arrested Monday on a warrant for aggravated stalking after he allegedly managed to contact his ex-girlfriend of three years via phone, text message or Facebook despite her changing her number and blocking him on the social media platform, the Gainesville Sun reports.

Police in High Springs said the alleged harassment took place from August through September 2017. The messages took a sinister turn in September as Debaun shifted his anger from his former girlfriend to her relatives, threatening to kill her family beginning with her brother.

“You won’t have a home to go back to,” Debaun wrote in one text message, according to a sworn complaint affidavit.

In another message, Debaun promised to “ruin” the woman’s life.

“I’m going to ruin you forever,” the message read. “I hope you’re scared. You think I’m going to let you go, but I’m never gonna. Nothing is going to stop me. Sorry but you’re mine.”

Debaun was awaiting his initial court appearance as of Tuesday morning, according to the newspaper. He remains in custody at the Alachua County jail, online records show. It’s unclear if he’s hired an attorney.

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