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Bensalem Woman Evicted on Valentines Day, Charged with Burglary & Stalking

A Bensalem woman was jailed Sunday for breaking into her ex boyfriends home early Saturday morning.

Bristol Township Police say Gina Casmirri, 39 broke into a residence she was evicted from on Valentines day and send threatening messages to her ex- boyfriend.

Bristol authorities were called to 11 Mica Hill Rd, Levittown section of the township early Saturday morning to investigate a burglary report, court documents say.  The reporting victim told police his evicted ex-girlfriend broke into the residence sometime between  4:45 a.m. and 7:45 a.m., despite being “banned” from home after being evicted on Valentines Day.

The victim provided authorities with security footage of Casmirri in the home, court records show. The victim also provided Bristol Township Police with surveillance footage from his neighbors home showing Casmirri returning to the residence, driving past it and standing outside of the home, eventually returning seat cushions she had taken during her initial illegal entry, the criminal complaint says.

The victim also provided to Bristol authorities with a myriad of threatening text messages sent at all hours of the day and night saying Casmirri  was coming back damage property the victims property.

Casmirri is currently in Bucks County Correctional on 10 percent of $25,000.00 bail. She is scheduled to appear in district court on February 26. 

 

 

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Bensalem Woman Evicted on Valentines Day, Charged with Burglary & Stalking

A Bensalem woman was jailed Sunday for breaking into her ex boyfriends home early Saturday morning.

Bristol Township Police say Gina Casmirri, 39 broke into a residence she was evicted from on Valentines day and send threatening messages to her ex- boyfriend.

Bristol authorities were called to 11 Mica Hill Rd, Levittown section of the township early Saturday morning to investigate a burglary report, court documents say.  The reporting victim told police his evicted ex-girlfriend broke into the residence sometime between  4:45 a.m. and 7:45 a.m., despite being “banned” from home after being evicted on Valentines Day.

The victim provided authorities with security footage of Casmirri in the home, court records show. The victim also provided Bristol Township Police with surveillance footage from his neighbors home showing Casmirri returning to the residence, driving past it and standing outside of the home, eventually returning seat cushions she had taken during her initial illegal entry, the criminal complaint says.

The victim also provided to Bristol authorities with a myriad of threatening text messages sent at all hours of the day and night saying Casmirri  was coming back damage property the victims property.

Casmirri is currently in Bucks County Correctional on 10 percent of $25,000.00 bail. She is scheduled to appear in district court on February 26. 

 

 

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