Stalking and Restraining Order Investigation Leads to Arrest

In 2008, 51-year-old Trevor Piotrowski of Los Angeles, began sending threatening and harassing letters to the faith center on the 1600 block of S Glendale Ave. Piotrowski eventually moved to Michigan, but in 2014 he absconded from parole in Michigan and travelled back to Glendale in an attempt to make contact with a specific faith center employee. During this 2014 incident, he was arrested for being a fugitive from justice and extradited back to Michigan. A restraining order was taken out against Piotrowski prohibiting him from contacting the employee at the location and from being within a certain proximity of the premises.

Issues continued again in 2017 when Piotrowski sent letters to the faith center from prison. On December 11, 2020, officers responded to the faith center regarding a restraining order violation. At this time, officers were informed that Piotrowski recently started sending more letters and called the faith center to tell them he was going to attend their services, both in violation of the restraining order that was obtained against him. Officers followed up with the faith center on December 17, 2020, and learned that over the course of several years, Piotrowski had sent over 40 letters to the employee at the faith center in violation of the restraining order prohibiting him from doing so.


The letters and phone calls continued throughout January of 2021, and on February 1, 2021, Glendale Police Detectives arranged a meeting with Piotrowski, who was ultimately arrested and booked for stalking and violating a restraining order.

Sgt. Hauptmann