N. Belle Vernon woman accused of harassing ex-boyfriend with 2 dozen phone calls
North Belle Vernon police accused a 44-year-old woman of making more than two dozen harassing telephone calls to her ex-boyfriend at his workplace since February.
Pamela S. Gamble, who lives in the borough, is charged with 25 counts of harassment by communications and a single count of disorderly conduct in connection with the repeated calls that police allege began Feb. 15 and continued through last week.
Police Lt. Ron Van Scyoc reported that the victim, Steven Cornelius, works at the 7-Eleven on Fayette Street and complained that Gamble repeatedly calls on the workplace phone despite his requests that he no longer wanted any contact with her.
According to court documents, Van Scyoc said he was at the store taking a complaint about the repeated calls from Cornelius at 1 a.m. March 7 when Gamble called the store.
“I got on the phone … and advised Ms. Gamble that I would be filing charges of harassment, and Gamble’s response was that I could not file any charges against her,” Van Scyoc said.
Complaints were filed Wednesday before Rostraver District Judge Charles Christner and mailed via summons. A preliminary hearing is scheduled April 22.
Paul Peirce is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Paul at 724-850-2860, [email protected] or via Twitter .