Barrie man doesn’t take the hint

Failing to heed clear signs that his presence was neither required not wanted, a Barrie man landed in jail facing various charges, including domestic mischief and assault.
The man, 31, dropped by the apartment of his ex girlfriend, and upon being refused entry he lay down on the floor and refused to leave. The woman advised him she was leaving to call police. When she returned she found him lying on her bed, still refusing to leave.
Becoming angry, the man “began throwing her belongings around and smashed the door off its hinges. The male also began kicking and punching the victim repeatedly,” police report. He then stole money from her purse and fled.
Officers found him a short distance away, and charged him with domestic mischief, assault and robbery. He was held for bail hearing. The victim did not require any medical attention.

In other police news:

Uttering death threats
A man just out of custody found himself back in trouble with police after he reportedly threatened to kill his ex girlfriend’s new boyfriend.
The dispute on Monday revolved around the man’s attempts to get back with his ex, police report, a dispute that was witnessed by the target of the threat. Later in the day, the suspect was investigated in the downtown area in regards to another matter, during which he was arrested for the previous incident.
The male, 20, was charged with uttering death threats and two counts of failing to comply with probation.
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