A Lisle woman was arrested last week after demonstrating a against a Naperville resident earlier this year, said.
Monica Ruth Gonzalez, 33, of the 5800 block of Oakwood Drive, was arrested by Naperville Police on July 2. She was charged with harassment through electronic communication, false personation of an attorney, and two counts of computer tampering, according to police reports.
A warrant for her arrest was issued in June after a Naperville detective filed a complaint demonstrating four instances of electronic harassment against the resident from Naperville.
The incidents began in January of this year when Gonzalez sent a profanity-laced message accusing the Naperville resident of “homewrecking” to her cell phone, according to documents filed in DuPage County court on June 25.
"I hope you rot in a ditch...," part of the message read.
Gonzalez accessed the Naperville woman's Facebook and Yahoo! email accounts in February and March, according to court documents. In March Gonzalez also created a Yahoo! e-mail account assuming the other woman's name “with the intent to intimidate, threaten, injure, defraud, or obtain benefit from” the Naperville resident.
Gonzalez posted $200 bond. Her next court date is undetermined at this time.