ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- The St. Johns County Sheriff's Office said a "romantic relationship that spiraled out of control" may have been the motive behind 40-year-old Tawny Blazejowski's alleged stalking and extortion crimes.
Blazejowski was arrested Wednesday on four counts of aggravated stalking, extortion, and making false reports to the Department of Children and Families. She has since posted a $20,000 bond.
Action News went to Blazejowski's home Thursday and found her sitting in her car in the driveway. However, she told reporter Lorena Inclán to "go away" and would not answer any of our questions.
St. Johns County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Sgt. Catherine Payne, said detectives were baffled at the extreme Blazejowski went to.
"Whether it be the false reports to various agencies, setting up fake Facebook pages, sending threatening letters and emails to the victims, contacting the victim's employer, sending harassing emails to them or making allegations about them (or) accusing them of having various marital affairs," said Payne.
Detectives believe Blazejowski may have had a romantic relationship with one of her six victims.
"The investigation revealed that possibly there was some type of romantic relationship that was sparked between her and one of the victims. It spiraled out of control but with six victims, you have to wonder exactly what took place to make her continue on," said Payne.
Payne said all six victims were linked in some way but won't reveal any more details in order to protect their identities.
Blazejowski was arrested in April of this year and charged with two counts of extortion but investigators say she continued to harass her victims after she bonded out of jail. She is now awaiting her next court date.