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Stamford man accused of stalking, harassing teen

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Victor Hugo Obregon (Stamford police) Victor Hugo Obregon (Stamford police)
STAMFORD, CT (WFSB) -

A Stamford man is facing charges after police say he allegedly stalked and harassed a 17-year-old girl.

The teen told police 43-year-old Victor Hugo Obregon would allegedly call her almost daily at the restaurant she worked at, but that’s not all.

He reportedly tried giving her money and even showed up at her home.

Police said Obregon became infatuated with the teen.

According to police documents, the teen told police “She believes that he sees her working and he calls because he doesn't call when she is not working...he calls her and says...’I love you, I'm in love with you’.”

Police said he went as far as to even tattoo the girl’s name on his chest.

The teen told police she once found an envelope at her house with a $20 bill in it, along with what was described as a love letter from Obregon.

Another time, she said he tipped her with a $100 bill, which she turned over to her manager to give back to him. When the calls didn’t stop, the girl’s mother called Obregon and told him to leave her daughter alone.

"She has never told him that she liked him in any way and the other times that he has called she told him on numerous occasions to stop bothering her and to stop calling her...she thinks that he is obsessed with her and she is very scared and just wants him to leave her alone,” police documents said.

"It’s clearly harassment. It’s scary, as a woman, especially at work, you should feel comfortable,” said Alex Basso of Weston.

In the past, police said Obregon has constantly called two other women, even allegedly threatening to kill one woman’s family in Guatemala if she didn’t go out with him.

A judge ordered a full protective order, telling Obregon to stay away from the teen if he is released. He will also undergo mental health treatment.

Obregon is due back in court later this month.

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