An East Meadow woman was arrested Saturday for stalking and harassment after her son failed to make an East Meadow Little League travel team, according to third precinct officials.
According to police, on May 21, Janet Chiauzzi, 44, allegedy sent letters "of a threatening nature" to an East Meadow Little League official and his son. Police said the letter also made threats against the victim's wife and daughter.
On June 1, the principal of the school where the victim's children attended received a letter claiming the victim was abusing his kids, which Nassau County Child Protective Services investigated and "deemed unfounded," police said.
According to police, six additional letters were sent to the East Meadow Little League attempting to "defame the victim and force his removal as an official."
Chiauzzi has been charged with two counts of second degree stalking, two counts of stalking in the third degree, two counts of third degree falsely reporting an incident, two counts of endangering the welfare of a child and four counts of second degree aggravated harassment. She will be arraigned in First District court in Hempstead on Sunday.