Sheriff Darren Campbell stated that on May 5th, 2015 a victim came to the Sheriff’s Office with to report that she was being continuously harassed by Jason Bare. Deputies confirmed that there is a Valid Domestic Violence Protective Order for the victim on Bare and Pretrial Release Conditions are in place ordering him to stay away from the victim.
According to the victim the first time Bare violated the order was November 2014 when he went to the victim’s house and knocked the windows out of the victim’s vehicle while she and her children were at home. Deputies arrived on the scene and arrested him.
The investigation shows that Bare violated the order a 2nd time on Feb 15th, 2015 when he entered a store the victim was in and refused to leave after seeing her. Bare was arrested and charged by Det. Sgt. C. Harwell of the Sheriff’s Special Victims Unit for this incident and he is still awaiting trial.
The victim has reported that Bare has on two separate occasions within the last 3 weeks passed by her in a public area and made an overt effort to harass her. Det. Sgt. C. Harwell spoke with Magistrates further about the case who found Probable Cause in the case to provide Two Warrants for DVPO Violations and One Felony Stalking with a Court Order in Place as well as Violation of Pretrial of Release Conditions.
Bare is currently in the Iredell County Detention Center under a $55,000.00 bond.