The Bizarre World of Florida

Man accused of vandalizing ex-girlfriend’s home, work with glue, spray paint September 17, 2012

It wasn’t enough to call her 30 times in a day, only to make strange noises or hang up when she answered.

No, in the six months following a bad break-up, deputies say Alexander Drzewucki, of Boca Raton, vandalized his 20-year-old ex-girlfriend’s home and work with glue and spray paint, slashed her tires and damaged her neighbor’s property.

Drzewucki, 44, now stands charged of aggravated stalking following a spate of phone calls, vandalism and threats.

According to a Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office report, the stalking began on June 10, when the woman received as many as 30 phone calls from five different phone numbers.

When she answered, the person on the other line only hung up, or made weird noises.

It happened again three days later, so the woman called the Sheriff’s Office.

She told detectives she thought the calls came from Drzewucki, who she had ended a relationship with in February after two years of dating.

The next day, on June 14, the woman called detectives again and said Drzewucki called her again and again. She told detectives he is no longer welcome on her property and she planned to file a restraining order.

Three days later, deputies got another call – this time, it was from the Boca Raton Denny’s Restaurant, where the woman works

Someone had slashed all four of her tires.

After that, it was quiet for two days – until more harassing phone calls flooded her phone.

Three days later, the harassment changed form.

The woman woke up and found that someone had filled her air conditioner and front door locks with glue.

A month later on July 19, a detective opened a follow-up investigation into the vandalism at the woman’s work and home and discovered the possible connection with her ex-boyfriend.

And on Aug. 27, cops got a call from Denny’s again.

Someone had spray painted a message on the side of the building in red and orange paint: “[Victim’s Name] LOVES DRUGSS DRUGS.”

It was the second incident in recent months. The first message read “[Victim’s Name] LOVES DRUGS.”

The restaurant’s manager told detectives the harassed woman is a waitress there. He had been aware of on-going problems between the woman and Drzewucki, her ex-boyfriend.

Detectives tried to get a hold of Drzewucki, but he didn’t answer any phone calls.

Two days after the last Denny’s incident, detectives met with the woman, who described the phone calls she had been getting.


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