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Woman falsy accuses ex-boyfriend trying to get upper-hand in custody battle PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Sharon Dunn   
A Greeley woman will be sentenced next month for trying to set up her ex-boyfriend to be arrested for violating a restraining order so that she could gain the upper hand in their child custody case.

Amanda Clinesmith, 21, pleaded guilty on Friday to attempting to influence a public official in a deal that apparently calls for a deferred sentence. She’ll be sentenced Aug. 17.

Clinesmith called Greeley police at 1:35 a.m. May 28, to complain that her ex-boyfriend, Travis Ehrlick, who had broken up with her two weeks prior, came to her house a half hour earlier and threatened to shoot her. She said he had come over the day prior around noon to see their two children, but she refused him access, according to a Greeley police affidavit.

She told police he was drunk and yelling and cursing at her when he returned. She said he never tried to enter the house, and she said he simply left when it was over, the affidavit stated.

Not quite believing her story, the police officer talked to Clinesmith’s neighbor, who said she hadn’t heard anything from the apartment all night; the neighbor said she had in the past heard Clinesmith arguing with a couple of different men.

The officer later contacted Ehrlick at his home, apparently waking him up from sleep. He told the officer he had been working until 2:10 a.m. that morning at his job. Police verified with his manager that he was working all night.

Ehrlick said he last saw Clinesmith the day before. He said he left the house so Clinesmith could drop her children off for his grandfather to watch them. Ehrlick said he left the house so there would be no contact between them, per their restraining order. When he returned to the home, he said Clinesmith pulled her vehicle up to his, jumped out and ran up to him, wanting to talk. He said he kept walking toward the house and refused to talk to her because of the court order. His grandfather went to the door and told Clinesmith to leave. Ehrlick told police he felt Clinesmith was trying to get him arrested to help her case with custody of their two children.

He left the house just before 4 p.m. to start his shift at work, where he told police he stayed until 2:10 the next morning. Clinesmith was not due to pick up the kids until 5 p.m., but she returned at 4 p.m.

Police twice went to Clinesmith’s home for a second interview, but she did not answer the door, the affidavit stated. Her neighbor said Clinesmith was home that entire night, but later left with a friend before the second police attempt.

Clinesmith was arrested on June 2, and remained in jail until her plea hearing on Friday.
 



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