A Staten Island chiropractor was arrested this week for harassing a black law enforcement worker as well as threatening a white crossing guard and black child.
Danielle Serini Guardavaccaro reportedly mailed letters to officers at the 120th Precinct, the New York Daily News reported. One letter went to African-American NYPD Officer Ebony Glover and another to white crossing guard Jennifer Becker, whose child is black. In the letter to Becker, Guardavaccaro threatened and insulted the child.
“My next opportunity will be getting rid of you and that ugly ass n****r [sic] child of the crossing guard,” Guardavaccaro wrote to Glover. “Keep thinking he’s safe in school, but when the opportunity hits, it will with a bang. N****rs [sic] don’t belong in my neighborhood.”
The chiropractic office is located across from a public school where Becker serves as the crossing guard. Guardavaccaro has had an ongoing feud for the last year with Becker and subsequently with Glover, who supervises the crossing guards. Clients for the chiropractor have been ticketed and, rather than blame the people that parked illegally, Guardavaccaro blames the two at the school for the tickets.
In June 2016, Becker was forced to get a protective order against Guardavaccaro, but it didn’t stop the harassment, it merely took it to mailed harassment. That’s when a box of Dum Dum lollipops arrived at Becker and Glover’s homes. She also allegedly threw the lollipops at Becker, reported Raw Story.
According to the New York Daily News, court documents show that Becker alleges Guardavaccaro called her a “f*cking c*nt” and gave her the finger. Guardavaccaro allegedly threw a lollipop that landed right in front of Becker Feb. 2016 and spat at her the following month.
In her recent letter, Guardavaccaro said:
“Enjoy the pops dum dum,” she purportedly wrote. “Don’t think for a moment I forgot about the so-called crossing guard that is never doing her job. In due time!”
Guardavaccaro has been charged with aggravated harassment, stalking, and violation of a protective order and is being held on a $3,500 bond after arraignment.
(Article By Jeremiah Jones)