Accused Boca Stalker Re-Arrested After Allegedly Re-Stalking

Alexander Drzewucki, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — A Boca Raton man arrested last year and charged with stalking his ex-girlfriend is back behind bars after allegedly stalking again and violating a court order.

Alexander Drzewuicki, 45, made headlines back in September for allegedly calling his ex-girlfriend, 20, more than 30 times a day and spray painting obscenities about her outside her place of employment.

He was ordered to stay away from her.

Deputies from the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office busted Drzewuicki on Sunday and charged him with two counts of violating the terms of his pre-trial release and two counts of cyberstalking.

He's now being held without bond.

Drzewuicki's listed home address is in the 22000 block of SW 64th Avenue.

 

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