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Violation of Domestic Injunction and Aggravated Stalking

PUBLISHED:Sat February 1, 2020

Alberto Pardo-Alvarez

Osceola County (January 31, 2020) On January 6, 2020 this agency began investigating Pardo-Alvarez in reference to violating a domestic violation injunction that had been filed against him. During this incident it was reported that Pardo-Alvarez had arrived at the victim’s place of work and was sitting in the parking lot and driving slowly through the parking lot. He later left the area.

On January 8, 2020, this agency responded back to the victim’s place of work in reference to another report of Pardo-Alvarez returning to the parking lot and later following the victim out of the parking lot. The victim was able to make it to the parking lot of a local police station and Pardo-Alvarez left the area. Due to violating the domestic injunction twice within 48 hours, warrants were issued for Pardo-Alvarez’s arrest on the charges of Violation of Domestic Injunction and Stalking.

Deputies from the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office attempted to locate Pardo-Alvarez for his active warrants. During this time it was determined he had rented several different vehicles to help him facilitate stalking the victim and also to elude law enforcement officers.
On January 17, 2020, this agency located Pardo-Alvarez in the parking lot of the victim’s place of work. During this incident he was driving a rental vehicle rather than his own vehicle. At that time, he was taken into custody and served his warrants, as well as being charged with an additional Violation of Domestic Injunction charge and Stalking.

On January 28, 2020, it was discovered that Pardo-Alvarez had been granted a bond and had bonded out of jail. This wasdiscovered due to Pardo-Alvarez again showing up to the victim’s place of work and following her as she left. The victim noticed Pardo-Alvarez’s vehicle several times as she made her way home. The victim advised she was not completely sure if it was Pardo-Alvarez’s vehicle but still wanted to document the incident.

On January 29, 2020, this agency again responded to the victim’s place of work in reference Pardo-Alvarez showing up while the victim attempted to leave for lunch. Pardo-Alvarez was observed in the parking lot standing by his vehicle. The victim immediately went back inside her place of work and notified law enforcement. Prior to law enforcement arriving, Pardo-Alvarez left the area. A warrant was issued for Pardo-Alvarez’s arrest for the charges of Violation of Domestic Injunction and Stalking.

On January 30, 2020, this agency responded back to the victim’s place of work and was advised of another incident involving Pardo-Alvarez following the victim as she was heading home from work. As the victim was driving, she observed Pardo-Alvarez following her in a dark gray Nissan SUV (rental vehicle). The victim immediately pulled over in a safe area and notified law enforcement. Pardo-Alvarez drove by the victim and left the area.

On January 31, 2020 detectives from the Persons Crimes Unit conducted surveillance and located Pardo-Alvarez driving in the area of Kissimmee. A traffic stop was attempted but Pardo-Alvarez fled the traffic stop. Pardo-Alvarez was able to be followed by the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office Aviation Unit who observed him pull into a neighborhood nearby. Pardo-Alvarez was seen stopping at the dead end of the street and throwing an item out of his vehicle, into the yard of one of the residences. Pardo-Alvarez then exited the vehicle and proceeded to walk into the backyard of a nearby residence. Osceola County Deputies made contact with him at which time he ignored commands to surrender and a taser was deployed, gaining compliance. Pardo-Alvarez was taken into custody. It was later determined the item he threw out of the vehicle was an air soft gun which could be mistaken as a real handgun.

Pardo-Alvarez did not cooperate with the investigation and was booked into the Osceola County Jail for Fleeing to Elude Law Enforcement, Resisting without Violence, Violation of Domestic Injunction, Aggravated Stalking, Tampering with Evidence and the outstanding warrants with no bond.

The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office is dedicated to serving our community and increasing public safety. Anyone with information related to this case or any other similar incidents, please contact the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office at (407) 348-2222.