A 33-year-old Chester man violated a protective order after Middletown Police say he allegedly showed up outside his ex-girlfriend's home to "reconcile" with a friend.
On Aug. 22 at 5:04 p.m., police were called to Rogers Road for a protective order violation. The victim said her ex-boyfriend and daughter's father, of South Main Street, Chester, had allegedly told her neighbors he was going to "shoot her in the face," the report indicates.
He was found at his son's house, and police say, only admitted to being "near" her house. He told officers he was driving by at 5 p.m. and saw a man he was recently in a verbal argument with and stopped to "reconcile with his friend."
The victim said she yelled at Edwards that he was not supposed to be "within 1,000 feet of her house" while he was sitting in a gold Dodge Durango outside of her home, and he responded, the report says, "I'm not here for you."
Edwards was charged with violation of a protective order.