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Fired yogurt shop worker accused of harassing ex-boss

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A woman who was fired from a West End yogurt shop is accused of harassing her former supervisor.

The incident occurred between a former employer and supervisor at Pinkberry.

Police said the Pinkberry employee was fired from the business and then began harassing her former supervisor.

Rebekah Tate, 25, is accused of using a service that allowed her to change her voice and hide her caller identification. Police said Tate pretended she was a police officer in order to gain information about her former boss.

However, police still traced the call to Tate, who is now facing one charge of harassment and one charge of criminal impersonation.

According to arrest records, Tate made the disguised phone call in April 2012. Authorities served the arrest warrants Monday night.

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