A Manchester woman was arrested Tuesday after she allegedly called a woman in Cumberland, and threatened to burn her house down and kill her family with a shotgun.
Olivia Nicole Wagner, 24, of the 3200 block of Main St. in Manchester, was arrested in Carroll before being charged in Allegany County with one count each of threatening arson, harassment and telephone misuse. She was released on a bail bond of $10,000, according to electronic court records.
According to the application for statement of charges, Wagner called a woman and her husband living in Cumberland at 7:23 p.m. on March 29, and threatened to kill the woman, her husband and their 1-year-old daughter with a shotgun and threatened to burn their house down.
Wagner called the phone number again that evening, when a police officer was present, and the officer told Wagner to leave the family alone, according to the document. Wagner was identified as an ex-girlfriend of the husband who had been harassing the man “non-stop through calls and texts to my cellphone,” according to the application for statement of charges.
Wagner was ordered to have no contact with the woman she allegedly harassed and to not travel or be near the home address of the family.