Baton Rouge woman charged with terrorizing
BATON ROUGE – Deputies say a Baton Rouge woman was charged with felony terrorizing after they say she harassed another woman, causing her to want to move and fear for her safety.
According to East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office, on Jan. 26, deputies were dispatched to an apartment on Jones Creek Village for a harassment complaint. At the scene, they met the victim, who was packing her belongings and said that a woman was harassing her and making her fear for her safety.
The victim told investigators that on Jan. 5, 44-year-old Angela Guinn knocked on her door and said that the landlord was letting people into the apartment when the victim was home. She also said Guinn said that her boyfriend installed cameras in the walls.
The victim said Guinn returned on Jan. 19 and said that the she still had keys to the apartment and that people were entering the apartment through the attic.
Deputies said that the victim was so frightened that she covered the vents in the apartment and placed furniture in front of the doors and windows. She also told the landlord that she didn’t want to live in the apartment any longer and tried to dissolve her lease.
Investigators say they set up a photo lineup and the victim identified Guinn as the woman who was harassing her.
Guinn was arrested and booked on felony terrorizing Saturday.
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