A Petaluma man was scheduled to be arraigned this morning in Marin County Superior Court for allegedly stalking and threatening his ex-girlfriend. Novato police arrested 28-year-old mechanic David Anthony Meyer at a Shell gas station at 7374 Redwood Blvd. He was booked into the Marin County jail under $250,000 bail. Novato police said Meyer and a 28-year-old woman recently broke up after dating for more than two years. His ex-girlfriend had an un-served domestic violence restraining order against Meyer issued in Solano County after domestic violence, police said. Meyer’s ex-girlfriend did not report several domestic violence incidents in Vallejo in which she was injured, police said. Novato police said the woman got the restraining order after Meyerfollowed her from her home in Petaluma to her job in San Rafael and anywhere else she drove over a three-week period. Meyer also called the woman and threatened to kill her and himself, police said. While the couple was dating, Meyer injured himself with a knife and said he was going to shoot both of them, police said. On Tuesday Meyer sent the woman a text message while drivingbehind her on U.S. Highway 101. The woman pulled into the Vintage Oaks shopping center and parked, police said. When Meyer parked his vehicle, the woman called police and Meyer drove from the parking lot, police said. Police broadcast a bulletin forMeyer’s arrest. He was arrested at 6:15 p.m. Wednesday.
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