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Woman accused of stalking Memphis police officer

Tiffany Callicutt, photo courtesy Shelby County Jail. Tiffany Callicutt, photo courtesy Shelby County Jail.

(WMC-TV) – She has been arrested several times in recent weeks and now investigators say Tiffany Callicutt is in trouble again after stalking a Memphis police officer.

Callicutt is in jail for the fourth time in less than two months.

She was pulled over on February 24 after police said they spotted her driving a Cadillac Escalade with broken taillights. During the traffic stop at the intersection of Mendenhall Road and Winchester Road, Callicutt allegedly screamed at officers.

Officer Christopher Liggins placed her under arrest for disorderly conduct.

About two weeks later, Callicutt went to 201 Poplar and filed a report claiming she and Liggins were a couple. She said they were engaged and that he had bought her a car and rented her an apartment.

However, Callicutt said the relationship had recently turned ugly when Liggins began harassing her and her family.  But her family couldn't vouch for her story.

Since her family couldn't corroborate her story, Callicutt was charged with filing a false police report.

That case is still pending and now she is in trouble again.

Police say she used certified mail to send three greeting cards to Liggins' workplace, the Ridgeway Station police precinct.

After the cards showed up at Ridgeway Station, Callicutt was arrested and charged with stalking Liggins.

Her bond was set at $25,000. She is due back in court in a week.

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