He said Alvelo returned to her car and drove away quickly, according to the 911 call. He said he followed her so that he could write down her license plate information.
Deputies arrested Alvelo on charges of battery, burglary and child neglect.
Alvelo shook her head in court Thursday as a judge read aloud her charges.
"She is technically not entitled to bond on this case," a prosecutor said.
"Well, this case is not true," Alvelo said. "So, I'm sorry, but I'm not. I'm not. I have too much."
Alvelo began to cry when the judge set her bail at $25,500.