HOBBS, N.M. (KRQE) - A man in southern New Mexico has been arrested, accused of calling his ex more than 100 times in one night and telling her he had a bullet with her name on it.
Hobbs police say Bernard Pritchard's ex filed a restraining order against him last Wednesday.
That night she told police Pritchard called her, saying "I have a 357 magnum and a bullet with your name on it."
The next night cops say Pritchard called his ex-girlfriend 125 times, shouting and whistling on voice mail messages.
Pritchard was arrested for aggravated stalking.
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