Norwalk man charged with stalking, violating protective order
NORWALK — A city man was charged with stalking and breach of a protective order Saturday night.
Police received a call around 11:30 p.m. from the victim who said Segundo Cabrera, 34, of Selleck Street, followed the person to and from work and that he was still in the vicinity of the person’s home, according to the report.
Officers responded and made contact with Cabrera in his car in the vicinity of the victim’s home, police said. Based on his statement, police released Cabrera with a warning to no longer follow the individual.
The individual, however, called police again to report Cabrera was still in the area and was banging on the door of someone the person knew, police said. Cabrera also tried calling the victim several times, police said.
Cabrera was charged with violation of a protective order, second-degree harassment and third-degree stalking. His bond was set at $25,000 and he was due in court Monday.
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