Crime Man arrested after sending ‘hundreds’ of messages to victim, police say

18:50  12 december  2019
18:50  12 december  2019 Source:   wcvb.com

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Police say a Cambridge man emailed and texted a Natick man “hundreds” of times over the past couple of days demanding that he drop a harassment prevention order taken out against him, authorities said.

Cambridge police arrested Michael Bonner, 51, at his 20 Forest St., home at 4:25 p.m. Tuesday on behalf of the Natick Police Department, the Daily News reported.

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On Tuesday, the alleged victim went to the police station to report continued harassment by Bonner, who is described as an acquaintance, police spokeswoman Lt. Cara Rossi said Wednesday. The Natick man had obtained a harassment prevention order in September against Bonner, who he said was bombarding him with text messages.

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The harassment prevention order was granted, and it ordered Bonner not to contact the victim again.

However, this week, the alleged victim said he was again receiving hundreds of texts and emails using fake phone numbers and email addresses. Although Bonner did not use his own number, it was obvious it was him, Rossi said.

“The content of the messages contained information only the defendant would know,” the lieutenant said.

The messages requested that the Natick man drop the harassment prevention order against Bonner. Natick police had arrested Bonner in September and charged him with criminal harassment. Several messages contained threats, Rossi said.

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The exact number of messages has not been determined, but when the Natick man was at the police station speaking to an officer about what was occurring, he received more than 360 messages, Rossi said.

“There were just hundreds and hundreds of them,” Rossi said.

The exact relationship between the victim and Bonner is not known, but it is not a domestic situation.

Natick police contacted Cambridge police to arrest Bonner because there was probable cause he committed a crime.

Natick police charged Bonner with violating a harassment prevention order, criminal harassment, threatening to commit a crime and intimidation of a witness.

During his arraignment Wednesday in Natick District Court, Bonner was released without bail. He was ordered to have no contact with and to stay away from the victim.

Bonner is due back in court on Jan. 13 for a pretrial conference.


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