Standoff leads to stalking, harassment charges
Complaint: Man called woman 25 times after she broke up with him
RACINE, Wis. — Charges have been filed in Racine County against a man accused of skipping out on work release from the Walworth County Jail, stalking his ex-girlfriend and threatening to kill their children.
The woman called police Sunday when Adam Floyd turned up at her home in the Town of Burlington and threatened their children, ages 1 to 5. SWAT officers responded and arrested Floyd after a foot chase.
A criminal complaint charging the 27-year-old man with stalking, telephone harassment and disorderly conduct says Floyd called the woman 25 times after she broke up with him on Thursday as he was released on Huber privileges for the day. The Journal Times reported the woman continued to receive calls and threats from Floyd until he showed up at her home Sunday.