East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office seek woman, 44, accused of terrorizing woman into giving up apartment lease _lowres

Angela Guinn

The East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office is looking for a 44-year-old woman who allegedly frightened a woman into ending her apartment lease at the end of January by telling her she was being watched using cameras installed in the walls and that people were coming into her apartment through the attic.

The victim told East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies Tuesday that a woman who had formerly lived in the apartment, later identified as Angela Claudette Guinn, came to her door around Jan. 5 and told her not to trust the landlord, the report says.

Guinn also told the victim, “My boyfriend put cameras in this apartment,” according to the report.

The victim told detectives Guinn returned around Jan. 19 and told her she still had access to the apartment, that her boyfriend was watching her from cameras hidden in the walls and that people were coming into her apartment through the attic when she was not around, the report says.

“I would get out as fast as I could,” Guinn advised the victim, according to the report.

The victim told detectives she was so afraid she had begun trying to dissolve her lease, and the detective noted she was packing her belongings.

The victim identified Guinn in a photo line-up Tuesday, and a warrant was issued for Guinn’s arrest Wednesday.

Guinn, 1306 Bob Pettit Boulevard Apt. 43, is wanted on a count of terrorizing.