A man's issues with an angry ex-girlfriend turned into a police issue on Nov. 29, according to Dearborn police reports.
The man—a resident of Southfield—came to the Dearborn Police Department Thursday evening, claiming that earlier that day, his former flame had taken a baseball bat to his Ford Excursion.
According the report, the SUV was parked in a lot at the man's work—14th Avenue Cartage Company—at 4401 Stecker in Dearborn. Around 9:30 a.m., he and a coworker reportedly saw his ex-girlfriend hitting the vehicle with a baseball bat, smashing out a headlight and damaging the front bumper.
He waited until after work to report the incident, but shared with police that she had sent a foreboding text message before committing the act, telling him, "I'm bout to bust yo windows."
The man told police that the pair has a child, but that they are no longer dating, and he doesn't know why she was upset with him.
Police advised him to save the text message.
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