"Carrie Lewand-Monroe, who was then the principal director of the Land Bank, filed a personal protection against her boss on Oct. 8, the same day he [Simowski] was fired as the director.
"He told me on one instance he owned a weapon and would kill himself because i stopped being his friend and would not have lunch with him," Lewand, 38, wrote in the PPO. "Based on his actions, I am fearful and feel threatened."
"Since April of 2015, Kevin has constantly harassed and displayed aggressive behavior. After six months, he showed up at my home uninvited," Lewand-Monroe wrote in the PPO.
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