Ex-husband accused Oregon candidate of harassment


PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The ex-husband of Oregon Senate candidate Monica Wehby called police to accuse her of harassing him as they were going through a divorce in 2007.

A police report made public Monday shows Jim Grant called police during an altercation in the couple's Portland home. The report says Grant told an officer he "is tired of the ongoing harassment by his wife."

The December 2007 report says Grant told police that over the previous year, Wehby had pulled his hair, slapped him and thrown items at him. He also told the officer that he'd "been violent with her."

The report did not result in any charges. It comes days after another report surfaced showing Wehby's former boyfriend, Andrew Miller, called police last year reporting that she was stalking him.

Wehby's campaign manager could not be reached.

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