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Man accused of breaking into house via dog door
HOOPER, Utah — After being arrested on suspicion of stalking, a Hooper man was released and allegedly harassed his ex and his mother.
32-year-old Denny Job was previously arrested on Oct. 1, 2022, on third-degree felony stalking charges. The charges were filed by his ex-girlfriend.
Just 13 days later he was released with a pre-trial protective order, prohibiting him from harassing his ex.
When the victim heard Job had not returned to his parent’s house where he was staying, she feared he was close to her house.
The ex-girlfriend explained the circumstances to the arresting officers as Job watched from his car near her home address.
At that moment Job sped past them honking and yelling out of his window fleeing from the scene. He drove to his mother’s house in West Haven, broke in through the dog door, woke his mother and demanded her keys as officers were after him.
Job has since been arrested on suspicion of burglary. According to arresting officer Dalton Gullo, both the ex-girlfriend and mother fear for the safety of their lives.
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