An Oakdale woman who has a no-contact order against a man told police he texted her 113 times and called her 50 times in the span of one day in July.
Timothy James Farver, 24, faces two felony counts of violating the court order stemming from the July 22-23 contact with the woman.
The woman told police the text messages came from a random number, though she beloved it to be Farver. The text messages ranged from threatening her to professing his love for her, according to the complaint. She also told officers she recognized his voice on a message left on her phone.
While police were at the Oakdale woman’s home, she received a phone call, and an officer answered and believed the voice sounded identical to one on the woman’s voicemail.
After officers left, the woman was called yet again, and police were searching for Farver, who has no permanent address. A warrant was issued for his arrest.
His criminal history includes two domestic assault-related convictions in the past decade.
If convicted on both counts, Farver faces up to 10 years in prison and $20,000 in fines.