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Reports: Harassment suspect sends $200 in pizza

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SPARTANBURG, SC (FOX Carolina) -

A woman being harassed has had violent messages left on her phone and pizza delivered to her house that she didn't want, according to the deputy's report.

The victim received over 100 text and voice mails threatening to sexually assault her, kill her, rob her and burn her house down, according to the report from the Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office.

On Oct. 18 the victim had about $200 worth of pizza delivered to her house that she said she did not order, the report said. The manager of the restaurant said the suspect had given the victim's name and address.

On the same day the pizza was delivered, a 911 call came in to deputies saying there was a robbery in progress at the victim's house, the report said.

When deputies arrived at the house they determined it was a false call, they said.

The report said, during these incidents the suspects will contact the victim and ask her "if she like it."

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