SAN ANTONIO -- A 61-year-old man was arrested after police say he left gasoline under her car and made several other disturbing threats.
According to a San Antonio police report, Steven James Bussey dated his live-in girlfriend for three years. When the relationship went south, Bussey started acting out.
The alleged stalking started sometime in February.
About a week ago, police said Bussey poured gasoline into a Windex bottle and left it under his ex's truck. Then, on Memorial Day, Bussey allegedly shot at his ex's sister, narrowly missing her head.
The ex girlfriend told police she received a text message from Bussey that read, "Boom boom out of the light." The next day, she noticed a window had been shot out at her workplace.
Bussey is also accused of leaving his ex a threatening voice mail, saying that he will make her brother disappear if she moves out.
Bussey has been arrested and charged with stalking. His bond was set at $1 million.