Boca Resident Nichola Perrelli Back In Jail On Stalking Charge

Nichola Perrelli, courtesy Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office.

Nichola Perrelli, courtesy Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.

BOCA RATON, FL ( — A Boca Raton man jailed for allegedly stealing Sushi several months ago is back in the Palm Beach County jail, charged with stalking and issuing a worthless check.

Nichola Perrelli, 43, of Millbrook Court in Boca Raton allegedly arrived at Terra Fiamma Ristornate in Delray Beach to confront a man who has an “injunction for protection against stalking” against him. The man was at the restaurant with Perrelli’s wife.

According to the arrest report:

“The woman said she and Nichola are separated and in the process of getting a divorce. The woman said she previously had a restraining order against Nichola which ended in January. The woman and man to Nichola to go away and leave, however she and the man tried to leave the establishment to prevent making a scene when Nichola followed them. The man said to Nick that he is calling the police. As Nichola walked away he said to the man “Now I’m gonna get you, you better watch yourself you fag.” At this point, Nichola left the area on foot in an unknown direction.”

Police ultimately found Nichola Perrelli and learned there was an outstanding warrant for his arrest — he allegedly passed a bad check for $1200 while paying for a tattoo at “Boca Body Art.”

Perrelli is being held without bond at the Palm Beach County Jail.


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