EASTON, Conn. -- An Easton man was charged with violating a protective order on Wednesday after he went back to a house he knew he had been ordered to stay away from, according to police.
At around 10:30 p.m. Wednesday, Easton Police were dispatched to a home on a reported domestic dispute. The complainant said that 23-year-old Jaquawn Coltrane would not turn off the TV and that he was yelling and running up and down the stairs, police said. Nobody was physically injured.
The officers were aware of an active Order of Protection which said that Coltrane was supposed to stay away from the home, police said. He told the officers that he was aware of the court order, but was staying at the home anyway since his last arrest, police said.
He was arrested and charged with two counts of violation of a protective order and disorderly conduce. He was unable to post bond and taken to Bridgeport Police lock up.
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