Theodore Charles Tenaglia, 22, was arrested on charges of aggravated stalking and two counts of burglary of an occupied dwelling.

A University of Florida student was arrested Wednesday after police say he unlawfully entered his ex-girlfriend’s residence on Valentine’s Day to get his sweater back.

Theodore Charles Tenaglia, 22, arrived at the woman’s residence Wednesday night and loudly knocked on a door, a Gainesville Police Department report says.

Out of fear, the woman told a witness not to answer the door.

After no one opened the door, police say Tenaglia entered the residence by taking off a screen to a window in the back of the home.

Police say Tenaglia sent his ex-girlfriend emails indicating he wanted to see her.  He had been in a relationship with her for about a year and a half, and they broke up two months ago.

The woman told police that she had told Tenaglia to stop contacting her and had blocked him on all social media, which is why he started contacting her through email.

“I’d just like to see you on Valentine’s Day and grab my stuff if you don’t want to see me again,” an email sent by Tenaglia at 7:58 p.m. Wednesday said, according to police.

The woman told officers she and a witness ran upstairs to her room out of fear for their safety and heard Tenaglia say, “Where’s my sweater?” from what seemed like the second floor.

They told police that Tenaglia left once he heard the woman on the phone with 911.

After the incident, police say Tenaglia sent the woman emails that said, “I’m sorry if I scared anyone there if you just leave my stuff outside to tomorrow I’d appreciate it,” and “Please don’t press charges I’m out of you life I’m sorry.”

The woman told police she feared Tenaglia because on Tuesday he had gotten into her vehicle and refused to get out after she told him to. The woman drove him to his fraternity house thinking he’d get out, but he didn’t and started screaming at her.

Afraid, she jumped out of her vehicle in the middle of the roadway and ran to the fraternity house, where other members of the fraternity had to help get her get Tenaglia out of the car, the report says.

Police arrested Tenaglia Wednesday at 1237 SW Second Ave., which is the address for UF’s Phi Kappa Tau fraternity house, but it could not be confirmed as of Thursday morning that he is a member of that fraternity.

Tenaglia was arrested on charges of aggravated stalking and two counts of burglary of an occupied dwelling.

He was held in Alachua County jail.