Below are the full details behind the stalker who attempted to harm Sandra Bullock and her husband, Jesse James at their home in Orange County, CA over the weekend.
Orange County Sheriff's spokesman Jim Amormino says that, "On several occasions before this incident [the 44-year-old actress and her husband] found [Marcia Valentine] lying in front of their garage door. On [the morning of ] Sunday, April 22 around 10:30 a.m., Jesse James went out and asked her to leave. She yelled some obscenities at James, who did not have a cell phone in his hand. When she saw that he did not have a phone, she went to her car. She threw the car in reverse in his direction. He attempted to move out of the way and she kept moving the vehicle. She attempted to run him over three or four times. She then drove off on Pacific Coast Highway. James called police and told them that he did not know this woman. He then gave them a detailed description [of her] to the police - she drove a silver Mercedes with a white decal on the rear. He described her as a 5'4 white female. "
According to Amormino, James later picked Valentine out of a line-up after she was captured and arrested after she was pulled over by police. "We searched the area at the time of the incident, but did not locate her. The next morning, we searched the area and spotted her car. We pulled the vehicle over and called James, who then did an in-field lineup where he positively identified her. The case was sent over to the Orange County District Attorney's office where Marcia Valentine might be facing other charges besides assault with a deadly weapon. Bail was set at $25,000 and she bailed out. She lives in nearby Huntington Beach and she due back on May 22."
Valentine has no previous police record and has no other restraining orders against her in Los Angeles County.