A St. Charles County man faces a criminal charge for calling and threatening a woman after she obtained an order of protection against him.
A St. Charles County Sheriff's deputy said Terry Lynn Hall, 50, of the 900 block of Dyer Road southwest of Wentzville, called the woman while he was present, and Hall threatened her life.
The deputy reported Hall telling the woman, “You better dig your (expletive) grave, (expletive), (expletive) with me like this.”
Hall also told the woman he knew she was at a friend’s house “because I drove by and looked through the window and saw you,” the deputy wrote in a report.
Hall also kept asking her where she was staying, the deputy said.
Hall contacted the woman about 20 times, threatening her life, the deputy said. He is aware he is not allowed to communicate with her in any way.
Hall was charged Tuesday with violating a protection order. He is being held in St. Charles County jail. Bail was set at $15,000, cash only.
The deputy wrote in his report that he believes Hall would injure or kill the woman and anyone with whom she stays. He said the woman is afraid for her life.
If you have experienced or know someone who has experienced domestic or sexual violence, find resources through the St. Louis Ending Violence Against Women Network (SLEVAWN) or call the Safe Connections 24-hour crisis hotline at 314-531-2003.
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