PETALUMA (CBS SF) — A woman was arrested in Sebastopol Saturday and booked into jail with a $2 million bail on suspicion of stalking, police said.

Kimberly Ann Clark, 50, a resident of Camp Meeker in unincorporated Sonoma County, was arrested and booked into the Sonoma County Jail Saturday, according to police.

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Petaluma police Saturday investigated a possible stalking in which a Petaluma resident reported receiving ongoing threatening communications from Clark. Clark allegedly threatened to kill the Petaluma resident, police said.

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With the assistance of Sebastopol police, Petaluma officers arrested Clark in Sebastopol Saturday, police said.

Clark’s behavior began months earlier, police said. In a previously investigated incident in Geyserville, the victim in that incident was granted a civil restraining order against Clark, according to police.

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