March 23 Odessa police arrested 19-year-old Breshon Aaron Butler and charged him with stalking, a third-degree felony. Officers responded at 10:11 p.m. March 23 to the area of Murphy Street and Grandview Avenue in reference to a disturbance involving a gray car that was attempting to run a red Toyota off the roadway. Police located and pulled over the two vehicles in the area of Murphy Street and Muskingum Avenue. The driver of the gray vehicle was identified as Butler. The driver of the red Toyota was identified as Butler’s 19-year-old ex-girlfriend. Investigation revealed that while the ex-girlfriend was at Dairy Queen, Butler arrived and attempted to contact her. The woman tried to leave in her vehicle and Butler chased her in his vehicle, while attempting to stop her by cutting her off and slamming on his brakes. Butler’s vehicle struck her vehicle due to his reckless driving. Butler chased his ex-girlfriend all the way from 2761 N. Grandview Ave. all the way to Murphy Street and Muskingum Avenue, where police caught up with them. Butler stated to his ex-girlfriend that he was going to start a war with her. The woman reported that she was afraid for her life and told officers she had recently made a report against Butler when he had assaulted her and taken her phone away from her. Investigation revealed that on March 21, Butler went to his ex-girlfriend’s residence and began knocking and throwing rocks at her window. Further investigation revealed that this had happened on multiple occasions. Butler, 3843 Penbrook St., was released March 24 from the Ector County Detention Center on $15,000 bond.