A jilted former partner has been charged after allegedly writing threatening graffiti across a stretch of Wodonga over several months labelling the man a liar and a cheat.
North Albury woman Maddison Miles was arrested this week after a large amount of graffiti began showing up near the victim's Wodonga home and across a stretch of the city.
It's alleged the abusive messages have been left throughout much of 2019.
Police allege Miles is behind the graffiti, which ranges from statements including "die cheat", "dead" and a hangman effigy, to an apology written on the road outside Wodonga hospital.
She has allegedly scratched the victim's daughter's vehicle, damaged the man's home, hidden near his home, and thrown a white rose over his fence.
Miles was arrested on Pearce Street - a lengthy section of which is covered with the graffiti - on Wednesday afternoon.
Fresh graffiti had been made the night before and it's alleged she breached an intervention order by going too close to the man's home.
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The Wodonga Magistrates Court heard police had searched through her car and found dark leather gloves with patches of paint consistent with paint used the previous day.
A single raw egg was found in the centre console.
The court heard the victim's daughter's car had been egged.
Police opposed her release on bail on Thursday amid concerns she would continue to re-offend.
"The impact on the victims has continued and has been extraordinary," the court heard.
"It is now affecting both complainants' health.
"Her actions are also high community impact and Wodonga Council is being forced to constantly clean up after her.
"Miles' conduct has led to a breakdown in the relationship between (her ex-partner) and his daughter, leading to her moving out.
"The conduct appears to be unprovoked."
The court heard Miles was unable to accept the relationship was over.
She has been charged with more than 40 offences, including stalking.
"Detectives believe on reasonable grounds that Miles is a clear and unequivocally unacceptable risk as she will continue to re-offend against both (the victim) and the Wodonga Council," police told the court.
"Detectives allege that her graffiti is constant and is clearly directed towards (the victim and his daughter).
"Detectives allege that Miles' conduct has continued unabated."
The council has cleaned up some of the graffiti, but a large amount can still be seen in and around Pearce Street between McPherson Street and White Box Rise.
Miles was granted bail.
The matter will return to the Wodonga Magistrates Court on December 17.