A Staten Island chiropractor has been arrested for relentlessly harassing two law enforcement workers. The harassment has been racially-charged - and lollipops are involved.
Chiropractor Danielle Serini sent letters to two female employees at the 120th Precinct on Monday, according to the New York Daily News. One letter was written to NYPD Police Officer Ebony Glover, who is black. Serini sent another letter to a white crossing guard Jennifer Becker, who has a black child. In that letter, Serini allegedly threatened the child.
“My next opportunity will be getting rid of you and that ugly a-- n----r child of the crossing guard,” Serini wrote to Glover, according to court documents. “Keep thinking he’s safe in school, but when the opportunity hits, it will with a bang. N-----s don't belong in my neighborhood."
The alleged harassment of law enforcement goes back almost a year. Serini’s chiropractic office is located across from the public school where Becker works. According to the New York Daily News, Serini has been having an ongoing dispute since April 2016 with Becker and also Glover, who overlooks the school crossing guards. Serini allegedly yelled at crossing guards and police near the school, accusing them of ticketing her chiropractic clients.
Allegedly, Serini once spit at Becker, called her a “f-----g c--t” in addition to giving her the finger, according to court documents. Becker got an order of protection against Serini in June of 2016, officials said, according to the New York Daily News.
But that order of protection didn’t stop Serini from allegedly mailing a bag of Dum Dum lollipops to both Glover and Becker’s homes this month, according to court records. Serini also allegedly threw Dum Dum lollipops at Becker, according to the New York Daily News.
Serini referenced the lollipops in Monday’s letters.
“Enjoy the pops dum dum,” she allegedly wrote. “Don’t think for a moment I forgot about the so-called crossing guard that is never doing her job. In due time!”
Serini is being charged with aggravated harassment, stalking, and violation of an order of protection, authorities said. She is being held on $3,500 bail after her arraignment.
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