Posted on Oct 30, 2020
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I have a Marine ex boyfriend who has been harrassing and stalking me. Right now I am currently in AIT in virginia. But i'll be coming back home in december. I have a marine ex boyfriend who has been harrassing me and it is really scaring me and making me extremely uncomfortable. I am trying to find his unit so i can speak to his chain of comman about him. I have called the cops on him before but he drove away before they even got to my house. Because he was waiting outside my place the whole time and it's scary. He is texting me from different generated phome number. I have changed my phone number before. But he found out. He has texted me in over 100 different numbers. He has been doing this for over 5 months. I an extremely creeped out. Idk how to get away from him or what to do as of right now. I'm really grossed out on how he talks to me. I am in another relationship. I'm about to be engaged and he is VERY creepy. There is more text messeges but these are barely even half of it. It goes up to all the way up to November 2019. Our relationship was very toxic and mentally and emotionally abusive. He manipulated me and gaslighted me and made me feel less. He almost got me to committing suicide on multiple occasions. He drives me completely insane. I dont want anything to do with him and i have told him every possible thing so he can leave me alone. I feel like im in hell. I got ptsd from this relationship. That when i see him, or hear him, or he attempts to talk to me, i immedietly want to jump off a cliff or just rip my hair out. He does this thing inside of me. I cant explain it but the feeling sucks. I have been getting better. I've been healing and my friends have been helping me heal. There were nights where he held me hostage and would not let me go home and i'd have to physically fight him to stop touching me and to let me go
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Lt Col Charlie Brown
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Use your chain of command and let them do it for you. Get everything you have together and present it and ask for their help in stopping him. They can find out who he "belongs to" and it will be stronger coming from higher up
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1SG Fred "SARGE" Bucci
1SG Fred "SARGE" Bucci
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I contacted Ft. Lee and provided them with her name, rank and situation. I'm concerned because she talks about suicide. They stated, " They would provide her name and rank to the post chaplain and CSM.
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SFC Mike K
SFC Mike K
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I would do exactly as LTC Charlie Brown stated. Your Chain of Command can and will get the information to his unit. If he has a domestic violence charge he will be discharged from the military with a quickness and a not so pretty discharge. If you are considering suicide DONT it only causes more problems for your family PLEASE ask for help from your Chain of Command. If you need to talk I will give you my phone number and can talk to you any time just send me a message to hd83wideglide2yahoo.com. Thank You for your service to our Nation.
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Lt Col Charlie Brown
Lt Col Charlie Brown
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I will message you with my contact information if you need a person to listen. If you hurt yourself, that creep wins
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SFC Mike K
SFC Mike K
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PFC Andrea D, here is some more information that may help you. Check out VA IPVAP’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month video, which highlights the 2020 theme of checkup, check in, and check out relationship health and safety.
If you are experiencing IPV, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at [login to see] or [login to see] .
For more information or to receive assistance, contact your local Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Program. Women Veterans may ask for the Women Veterans Program Manager. If you are unable to reach a local IPVAP coordinator, please speak with your primary care social worker or other provider.
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SSG(P) Casualty Operations Ncoic
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@PFC Angela Dela Cruz: Call NCIS at NAS Norfolk immediately. They list "Stalking" as something they investigate. Here is the information.
NORFOLK FIELD OFFICE
1329 BELLINGER BOULEVARD
NORFOLK VA 23511
PHONE: [login to see]
DSN: 564-7327
https://www.ncis.navy.mil/About-NCIS/Core-Mission-Areas/Criminal-Investigations/
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SPC John Tacetta
SPC John Tacetta
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This.
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Lt Col Jim Coe
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Be irritatingly proactive. Contact local and military law enforcement. Get an order of protection. Talk to Army CID. If the guy is an active duty Marine then call law enforcement at the nearest Marine or Navy installation. Take appropriate actions for personal protection. If you live off post, secure your home as well as possible. Buy and carry a gun according to local laws.

Tell everyone who will listen about this guy. Solicit help. Spread the word that he’s a dirtbag. He’s thriving off your fear. Don’t feed him.
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