(Seguin) -- A local woman finally has answers to why things in her apartment "were not right" or "out of position.
On Thursday, the Seguin Police Department Detectives concluded what they say was a disturbing criminal investigation resulting in the arrest of 23-year-old Sadaqat Abbasi. Abbasi was arrested for stalking, a third degree felony criminal charge.
The investigation concluded that Abbasi was breaking into the female’s apartment on multiple occasions, and at minimum, moving objects from their original location or position. The victim notified the Seguin Police Department that on multiple occasions, some small things in her residence were again “ not right” and “out of position.”
Abbasi was positively identified through a forensic analysis conducted by the Seguin Police Crime Scene Unit. In Texas, “stalking” is defined as a criminal offense, when on more than one occasion, a person commits an “offense” against the other person’s property and causes the other person to feel harassed or alarmed, and would cause a reasonable person to fear that another offense will be committed against the person or property.
Rather than charging the suspect with burglary, the Seguin Police Department has filed the charge of stalking, as the criminal elements of this case best met the criteria of stalking.
The suspect is reportedly known to law enforcement. Abbasi was arrested without incident at his residence located east of Seguin in Guadalupe County. The arrest warrant was issued by Precinct One Justice of the Peace, Judge Darrell Hunter. Abbasi was booked into the Guadalupe County jail and remains behind bars on a $50,000 bond.