Martinsville woman charged with stalking, threatening former married lover, his family
MOORESVILLE, Ind. – A Martinsville woman has been arrested after police say she stalked and threatened a married Mooresville man who she was previously intimate with.
The relationship between the man and Lisa Pack, 55, began when they two met on Facebook in 2014, according to a police report. They then allegedly exchanged numbers and allegedly met several times before the man tried to end things later that year. That’s when the man says Pack started harassing him and threatened to out him to his family.
The relationship continued and Pack’s threats escalated in March 2015, when the man says she pulled out a handgun during a meetup and told him to shoot her.
The man says things really escalated in June 2016 when Pack showed up at his house. He says he didn’t want his wife to see her, so they went behind a local elementary school. That’s where the man says Pack slapped him and scratched his face. He provided police with evidence of the encounter.
When the man tried to end the relationship again, police say Pack began to call him and his family members excessively, leaving numerous “very disturbing” voicemails.
Police say Pack also sent text messages threatening to have the man “kidnapped, shot up with crack and have alcohol poured down his mouth until he passes out,” then she allegedly said she would stick a broom handle in his butt and knock his teeth out with a hammer. She also allegedly said “I will destroy you and your kids.”
The man finally filed a restraining order against Pack in July 2016. Since then, police say she has not been in direct contact with the man, but the man has been getting emails from an anonymous source. Police say the content of the emails would lead a reasonable person to believe that Pack is the author.
Police determined that they believe Pack poses a serious threat to the man and his family, so they arrested her on August 12. She was charged with stalking, intimidation and battery resulting in bodily injury.