BY JENNIFER CABRERA
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Torrance Daisean Frazier, 25, was arrested early this morning and charged with burglary and property damage after allegedly calling a relative 39 times in 5.5 hours, kicking in her door, and damaging her car.
Just after midnight last night, an Alachua County Sheriff’s Deputy responded to a report of a burglary in progress at Hidden Oaks Mobile Home Park; as he arrived, he reportedly saw Frazier fleeing on foot and apprehended him.
The deputy’s investigation found that Frazier had called the victim 39 times over the previous 5.5 hours, telling the victim he was going to come to her home and kick her door in. Frazier allegedly went to the victim’s home and yelled at her from outside, demanding to be let in. The victim did not let him in, so he allegedly kicked in the front door and entered the home.
He then allegedly walked back outside and attacked the victim’s vehicle with a concrete paving stone and a patio table. He allegedly hit a window on the vehicle with the table and shattered the rear windshield with the paving stone.
Frazier has three felony convictions and served a four-year state prison sentence for selling marijuana and credit card fraud; he was released in July of 2021. Bail information is unavailable on holidays.
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