Elizabeth Segundo McClain, 22, was charged with third degree felony of stalking and assault. Police say that McClain has a history of stalking her ex- boyfriend, Ryan Boyd, 25. She reported called Boyd hundreds of times a day over a three month period. According to court records, McClain texted him on Nov. 4, her birthday, 126 times in a row. All of the texts were black with the exception of two that read, “Annoying Uh?”
Austin police say the Boyd’s mom was standing outside of her home when McClain allegedly threatened to damage a car on the property. It was at that point that cops say she drove her car onto the driveway. When the mother told her that she was not allowed to be there, McClain allegedly reversed the vehicle and hit her. The mother was rushed to the hospital with a broken collarbone, wrist, ankle and several broken ribs. She is still in the Intensive Care Unit.
KXAN-TV has a breakdown of other texts:
Police said McClain on Monday sent 50 blank text messages to her 25-year-old ex-boyfriend and then a series of messages suggesting that she was at his home.
Less than 30 minutes later, the ex-boyfriend allegedly received a text message from his mother’s boyfriend saying McClain just hit his mother with her car.
Two minutes later, police said McClain sent a text message to her ex-boyfriend saying, “How’s Life LOL.”
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McClain dated Boyd on-and-off for three years until September of this year. Boyd told the cops that he and McClain argued often and that he wanted the relationship to end. She did not take it very well. For several months after, McClain allegedly called and texted him constantly. One day, she reportedly called Boyd 750 times.
Even when the ex-boyfriend tried to change his phone number, police said McClain continued to call and send text messages.
The ex-boyfriend had filed several police reports before the incident on Monday.
On Nov. 11, the boyfriend said McClain called him saying she was going to do something bad to him and his family. In the call, she allegedly implied she was going to drive her car into his living room.
When the ex-boyfriend called 911, McClain was not there when police arrived.
The ex-boyfriend said McClain called three days later asking how his car was. When he pulled his car over, he noticed sugar near the gasoline cap.
He took it to a mechanic to be fixed, and the repair cost him $300.
McClain was ordered not to go within 200 years of Boyd and she must now wear a GPS monitor under a curfew.