A 25-year-old city man is facing a harassment charge after say he sent hundreds of text messages and left insulting voicemails for his former girlfriend of six months.
On July 26 at 3:02 p.m., a woman walked into police headquarters saying her ex-boyfriend, Daniel Hill of Town Ridge, had harassed her with text messages, voicemails and Facebook posts, calling her place of employment and driving through the parking lot where she works, the report says.
She told officers they were in a six-month "sexual relationship," and broke up two weeks prior but has received more than 400 messages from him since, the report says.
An officer witnessed 100 text messages on her phone from Hill's cell phone number that insulted her and inferred she was an "unfit mother," the report says, and a text that alluded to him taking pills and possible inflicting bodily harm to himself.
Officers alerted in Westbrook to pick him up and bring him to for an evaluation; Hill denied sending all the messages, the report says.
Hill was charged with second-degree harassment.