30-year-old Edgar Alvarado was charged with harassment and drug paraphernalia after showing up to his ex-girlfriends’ house, banging on the windows, and threatening her.
On September 20th, Shelby County Police Officers Bone and Yancey were dispatched to 4864 Chumbler Drive regarding a domestic situation. Police arrived with Spanish speaking, Officer Araya, and spoke with Guadelupe Arellano who explained her ex-boyfriend, Edgar Alvarado, lives two trailers away and continuously threatens her. Alvarado was on the scene when police arrived and were detained. When searching Edgar, the officers found a glass pipe in his front pocket. He told them he was allowed to come to the residence whenever he wanted because he and Guadelupe have a child together.
She told the officers Edgar shows up unannounced often and is aggressive toward her. Guadelupe has called the police multiple times, but he comes right back once they are gone. She also showed police threatening text messages Edgar has sent her. He has also threatened her and her child’s safety if she contacts law enforcement. When the most recent incident occurred Guadelupe called the police and when they left Edgar showed up five minutes later, banging on the window. When she did not entertain him he threatened to harm witness, Jonathon Trego’s father. Trego knew Edgar had threatened Guadelupe in the past and now he saw it with his own eyes.
Edgar Alvarado was arrested and charged with harassment and unlawful drug paraphernalia. His bond was set at $1,000 and he is no longer in custody.