New Haven Police
Carol Mansfield, 44, of Waterbury, Conn., was arrested outside of her ex-boyfriend's house when she showed up demanding $20, according to New Haven Police.
Ten years after their breakup, a woman showed up on her ex-boyfriend’s porch, demanding $20, according to police.
When police responded and charged her with first-degree criminal trespass and second-degree breach of peace, they served her with four outstanding warrants.
Police responded to Hillside Avenue in New Haven, Conn., at 8:41 a.m. on Thursday after a complaint was made and a 53-year-old man told officers he has been trying in vain to get his ex-girlfriend to leave him alone.
The two broke up in 2003, according to police. They say Carol Ann Mansfield, 44, of Waterbury, Conn., showed up on her ex-boyfriend’s front porch, yelling and demanding $20.
He told her over and over again to leave, which just made her angry, according to police.
Then, he gave her the money to avoid further disruption for his neighbors and to preserve his failing health, according to a news release.
Mansfield was served with four outstanding warrants with charges including; third-degree criminal mischief, three counts of first-degree criminal trespassing, eight counts of second-degree failing to appear in court, use of a motor vehicle without permission, three counts of probation violation and second-degree threatening.
This story was originally published on Fri May 3, 2013 4:02 AM EDT