A Novato woman was jailed Wednesday and faces a felony stalking charge after making threats to another woman, Novato police said Thursday.
Ingrid Guzman-Sanchez, 45, had been in a brief dating relationship with the other woman and later threatened to kill her while visiting the woman's workplace, Lt. Jennifer Welch said. Guzman-Sanchez was arrested at 12:02 p.m. Wednesday at the Novato Police Department.
An emergency protective order was issued as a bail enhancement, pushing Guzman-Sanchez's bail to $200,000.
Guzman-Sanchez, whose occupation is listed as a property manager according to the Marin County Jail booking log, faces felony charges of stalking and making terrorist threats.