Woman says ex-husband followed her from Green Bay to Fremont
Raudel Gonzalez-Reynozo, 41, Green Bay, is charged with felony stalking and disorderly conduct as acts of domestic abuse.
According to the criminal complaint, Gonzalez-Reynozo’s ex-wife was driving from Green Bay to visit a friend in another part of the state.
While she was driving westbound on U.S. Highway 10 near Fremont, she noted Gonzalez-Reynozo was behind her in a tan pickup truck.
She exited onto State Highway 49 and pulled her blue Durango onto the shoulder of the off ramp.
The woman told Waupaca County Deputy Kyle Wiskirchen that Gonzalez-Reynozo stopped behind her, exited his vehicle and began yelling at her through the driver’s side window.
He allegedly called her a bitch, whore and other derogatory names in Spanish.
The woman drove away and pulled into a residential driveway on Tri County Road, in rural Fremont.
Gonzalez-Reynozo backed his truck into the driveway and blocked it, the complaint says.
He again exited his truck and allegedly began yelling at the woman.
A man living at the rural Fremont house went outside and advised the woman to call 911. Gonzalez-Reynozo then drove away.
On April 13, 2016, Gonzalez-Reynozo was charged with disorderly conduct as an act of domestic abuse in Brown County.
A month later, his wife filed for divorce, which was granted in October 2016.
He was convicted of the misdemeanor charge on Aug. 8, 2016, and placed on 12 months of probation.
Due to his prior domestic-abuse conviction, Gonzalez-Reynozo faces up to six years in prison if convicted of stalking in Waupaca County.
He was released from custody on a $2,000 signature bond.