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Stamford Man Charged After He Called Cops To Complain About Texted Threats

Stamford Police Department arrested a man after he called police to complain of texted death threats when they discovered he had arrest warrants.
Stamford Police Department arrested a man after he called police to complain of texted death threats when they discovered he had arrest warrants. Photo Credit: Stamford Police Department

STAMFORD, Conn. -- Calling the cops to complain about texted death threats landed a Stamford man in handcuffs when it was discovered he had a pair of warrants out for his arrest.

After police responded to the call Friday around 7 p.m. they discovered that Chazz Booker, 34, of West Main Street ,had a pair of arrest warrants for failing to properly report his address as a sex offender. He was convicted in 2010 in New York State on a charge of forcible touching, according to the state's sex offender registry.

Police also discovered a stun gun and a baton that he was prohibited from possessing.

His total bond was $85,000 for the three charges. Police did review the texts where death threats were made but there was no further information on them.

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