In what seems like a regular occurrence, an alleged victim of a violent crime has refused to cooperate even after allegedly being harassed and then attacked.
The victim had a “no contact” order against her peach of an ex-boyfriend. Most no contact orders are given when a victim alleges that they are being stalked and fear for their safety. If the victim appears in court, the order can be valid for up to two years.
Despite the no contact order, the ex-boyfriend allegedly contacted the victim by sending a text message that he would “send some females to come kick your ass”. The text was followed by the ex-boyfriend driving by her vehicle in front of her house, while she was in the car, and throwing a cup of pop on her vehicle.
While working at the local Dunkin Donuts, the victim saw two females enter the store and leave in a white Cadillac. She received a text message from someone named Jessica who wrote, “I just saw you at work b…h and you’re not worth it.” The victim told police that she “exchanged words” through texting with Jessica.
Texting moved to verbal communication with Jessica allegedly calling the victim and stating, “I’m Jessica and I’m going to burn your car.” The victim then for some reason told Jessica what time she would be at work and Jessica replied that she would see her at that that time.
Sure enough, when the victim arrived at work she saw the same white Cadillac in the parking lot. Undeterred, she headed toward the door of Dunkin Donuts because it may have been time to make the donuts. In any case, the victim was allegedly knocked down to the ground by Jessica who grabbed the victim by the hair and punched her on the right side of the face.
The Dunkin Donuts manager saved the victim from a more intense beating by coming outside and chasing Jessica away, who left in the white Cadillac. When the Oak Lawn police arrived, the victim surprisingly told them she didn’t want her ex-boyfriend arrested. Moreover, she didn’t want her ex-boyfriend’s muscle, Jessica, arrested either.
The police officer advised the victim to change her phone number and social media accounts. He also told her that she should probably cut ties with the ex-boyfriend.
No names are provided in order to protect the habitually stupid.