Despite receiving a warning from the San Antonio Police Department, a woman repeatedly posted the personal address and phone number of a detective on social media, according to an arrest affidavit.
Dawnette Guerrero, 55, was arrested Monday on suspicion of retaliation.
Guerrero posted the detective's private information on her Facebook and Nextdoor accounts in June, according to the affidavit.
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The detective sent Guerrero a certified letter, which she received on June 4, asking her to remove the information for safety reasons, according to the affidavit.
A few days later, the detective reviewed Guerrero's social media posts on Facebook, according to the affidavit. Guerrero had removed the original posts, but published additional posts with the detective's name and address, one with a caption that read "somebody wants to get their ass kicked," police said.
On what appears to be Guerrero's profile she says the detective is harassing her and accuses him of kidnapping her grandson two years ago.
A judge set Guerrero's bail at $15,000, according to jail records.