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Murfreesboro Mother Fears She's Being Stalked

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by Nick Beres

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - A Murfreesboro mother of two fears her family is being stalked by a stranger who orders them unwanted pizza and chinese food deliveries and most recently sent the SWAT team to her home twice by making bogus 911 calls to police.

In the most recent call made through an operator so it could not be traced the caller told dispatch: "There are three people in our apartment armed.  They shot me in the leg. I'm holding myself up in the bathroom. I barricaded myself in. I'm with my son.  Please help us."

Dispatch immediately sent SWAT team members.

"They pounded on the door and I got up to unlocked the door and when I opened it there was a group of armed men with flashlights," said Roneisha Maxwell. 

Maxwell said officers quickly realized it was a bogus call.

"This is a dangerous situation from word go," said Kyle Evans with the Murfreesboro Police Dept.  "It turns out this was the second time this SWAT team was sent to this home. It raises red flags there is more to this than a random SWATTING incident."

Maxwell is concerned because someone has been ordering unwanted pizza and chinese food deliveries to her home and then came the far more serious swatting pranks.

"I'm worried there's a stalker and I'm always wondering what will happen next," said Maxwell.

Detectives are working the case and hope to track the person responsible for the bogus calls.

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