Recently-returned POW Bowe Bergdahl’s father Robert stalked and harassed two twin sisters according to claims they made to police.
According to police documents obtained by The Daily Mail, Bob Bergdahl would drive by the home of now-31-year-old Lacey and Allie Hillman “several times a day” for months. The sisters also say he left “creepy notes” for them.
Allie says that one day Bob even showed up at their door and accused her of “two-timing” him even though they never had any actual contact beyond the alleged stalking and harassment.
Another time, Bob asked Allie “if something was missing” from their front yard. Allie later noticed that a lawn gnome was missing. A week later, Bergdahl reportedly returned the gnome while “laughing at them.”
The Mail also reports “Bergdahl, who then worked as a UPS delivery man ‘was always near or on’ the sisters’ property despite never having any packages to pick up or deliver.”
Allie contacted the police. Shortly after that, she found a note written on UPS stationery saying “I am sorry for whatever I did.”
According to the Hailey Police Department, a week later, Bob showed up at the home. The police report states “Allie had opened the door when Robert knocked and he said (while laughing), ‘What are you two-timing me bitch?’ Allie slammed the door shut as Robert grabbed the door handle. Allie said Robert just stood there as she yelled, ‘Bye, bye’ and left Robert’s view.”
“She was shocked as ‘she and Robert have never ‘really talked’ or been in any kind of friendly or dating relationship,” the report says.
Not long after, Lacey spotted Bob watching her get out of the shower.
According to The Daily Mail, “wearing only a towel, she walked to the front door shouting, ‘Hello,’ and suddenly saw a ‘shadowy person’ behind the beveled glass door.”
According to the police report, “Lacey realizes it’s Robert in his UPS uniform. Lacey yells for Robert to leave and also motions for him to do so as she is only in a towel and wet from the shower. According to Lacey, a minute passed while Robert shook his head on the other side of the closed door and he eventually left while throwing his hands up in the air.”
Bergdahl was questioned by police and warned to stay away from the sisters’ home but never arrested.