A Pine Bluff man was arrested Monday after he allegedly threatened and stalked a former girlfriend numerous times since August 2016.
Christopher Davis, 43, allegedly violated an order of protection during one of the incidents, which began Aug. 22, 2016, according to a probable cause affidavit from Pine Bluff Police Detective Sgt. Brett Talley that was presented in district court Wednesday.
According to the affidavit, the alleged victim reported that on Aug. 22, Davis ransacked her purse and told her he would blow up her apartment.
On Nov. 24, police were sent to a second location where the woman said she must have left her door unlocked because Davis walked in and grabbed her left arm, causing a bruise. She had previously obtained an order of protection against Davis.
There were two incidents in December, Talley said in the affidavit, one on Dec. 25 where Davis allegedly knocked on and then started kicking her door, and on Dec. 29 when he again violated the protection order.
On Jan. 10, the woman told police a text message was forwarded to her with threats in it, and on Jan. 23, Davis allegedly grabbed her as she was carrying groceries from her vehicle and pushed her into her apartment, then grabbed her phone and threw it against the wall and broke it when she tried to call police.
Jefferson County District Judge Kim Bridgforth set a $50,000 bond for Davis afte ruling prosecutors have probable cause to charge him with two counts of stalking.
Davis, who was ordered to have no contact with the woman, said he would hire his own attorney.