Over the course of the past year, six victims have been identified by the St Johns County Sheriff’s Office as targets of a Johns Creek woman; who, investigators say, has been terrorizing her estranged husband, a former boyfriend, and now, his associates.
At about 1:00 p.m. today, Historic City News received word that 40-year-old Tawny Lynn Blazejowski, who resides at 1307 Fireside Court, was taken into custody and booked in the St Johns County Detention Facility. This is the third extortion-related arrest for Blazejowski; in April of this year, she was arrested twice within one week.
“The investigation revealed Blazejowski has continually reported false crimes against several victims in an attempt to impact their personal and professional lives,” Corporal Catherine Payne told Historic City News this afternoon. “Today, deputies arrested Blazejowski for extortion, 4-counts of aggravated stalking, and false reporting of child abuse and neglect to the Department of Children and Families.”
In April 2013, Blazejowski was released on $100,000 bond. Today she is being held in the St Johns County Detention Facility in lieu of additional bonds totaling $40,000.00.
As indicated in St Johns County court records reviewed by Historic City News, Blazejowski went through a difficult divorce in May, 2010, followed by a child sharing battle. During the last year, Blazejowski has found herself in financial trouble — facing lawsuits, judgments, and foreclosure of her home.
Since that time, Blazejowski has made what officials believe to be, false allegations against her estranged husband, her former boyfriend, and others. She has sought restraining orders and later made calls and sent e-mails to herself, followed by false police reports that those injunctions had been violated. She claims that she has been the victim of abuse — allegations which were never proven; and, complaints of which were not prosecuted by Assistant State Attorney Ben Rich.
In fact, evidence indicates that Blazejowski has tried to impersonate others, including her former boyfriend, who has been twice arrested based on information Blazejowski provided authorities. The ex-boyfriend says he has suffered disgrace and embarrassment because of Blazejowski; and when he began seeing other people, those friends wound up on the receiving end of Blazejowski’s abuse.
Payne announced that initial reports indicated Blazejowski was using the Crime Stoppers tip line, the Department of Children and Families Hotline, and the cyber-tip line with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, to make false reports of sexual and physical child abuse against her victims.
Based on verification of IP addresses and telephone numbers, discovered by detectives working the case, Blazejowski used the boyfriend’s mugshot as a profile picture to create a fictitious facebook page and then sent fake “friend requests” to family members and real life friends.
Using the fraudulent facebook account, Blazejowski sent private messages that included nude pictures of the victim, his business card, and his mugshot. It is alleged that Blazejowski also created a profile on a gay-dating website for the express purpose of harassing, annoying, and abusing the victim.
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