Police arrested a 40-year-old New Canaan woman twice within a 24-hour period this past weekend following a domestic incident.
At about 11:20 a.m. Saturday, officers were dispatched to a Frogtown Road home on a reported dispute between the woman and another person there, officials said.
Following an investigation, she was charged with disorderly conduct, according to a police report. She was released at the scene on a promise to appear Monday in state Superior Court. Police released no details, saying it was a domestic matter.
Then at 10:47 p.m., police conducted an investigation into possible violations of conditions of release for the same woman, according to a separate report.
Police found probable cause to charge the woman with second-degree violation of conditions of release, and arrested her at 12:21 a.m. Sunday. Under state law, the offense involves “imposing any restraint upon the person or liberty of a person in violation of the conditions of release,” or “threatening, harassing, assaulting, molesting, sexually assaulting or attacking a person,” among other reasons.
She was released on $10,000 bond and scheduled to appear Monday in state Superior Court on that charge.
The Domestic Violence Crisis Center in Stamford provides services, support and education for the prevention and elimination of domestic violence. Its 24-hour hotline is 888-774-2900. To reach DVCC offices during regular business hours, the number is 203-588-9100. Services are free and confidential, multilingual and multicultural. Here’s a podcast with the organization’s executive director.