An hour after he walked into the building, Smith allegedly called the business. The owner told the employee who answered to activate the speaker phone. He was told the employee he wanted to speak with was busy. That’s when he “threatened to ‘run the business in the ground’ if he couldn’t speak with her.”
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Smith also allegedly pretended to be a lawyer on the phone “and said that he was not Andrew but that he was calling for Andrew,” according to a police report.
Smith was arrested for criminal trespass and telecommunications harassment, both misdemeanors.
He was arraigned in Fairfield Municipal Court on May 23. A $3,000 bond was set and he is scheduled to next appear in court June 6.