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27-year-old Andrew Rolen was booked this week on an outstanding warrant from October 2022 for violating an active Order of Protection put in place by his estranged wife. Anna Rolen told police she received a call from a “No Caller ID” number. She answered it and recognized her husband’s voice. He wanted to discuss the divorce she was filing for, but she hung up on him. Anna said that between 4:30 p.m. and 8 p.m., she received about 60 calls from the “No Caller ID” number. The numbers then changed to real numbers, and when she blocked one number, a different number would start spam calls. Anna answered one of the calls to be sure and recognized Andrew’s voice again. He then began leaving voicemails and text messages from three different numbers, discussing their divorce and begging her to answer the phone. She told the police that all the calls and messages were very annoying, and she couldn’t use her phone because it was nonstop. He even went as far as to text her, “I’m driving to your place and violating probation.” When he wasn’t sending full-text messages, he would send one-letter texts that Anna believed were to annoy her. Most of the texts were about the divorce, wanting closure, and wanting to hear her voice.
Andrew P. Rolen of Wilson Pike in Franklin, TN, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on April 11th, charged with an order of protection violation. He is free on a $2,000 cash bond.