An Avon man was arrested again in Farmington for allegedly going to his girlfriend’s house in violation of a protective order.
Darnell Jerome Davis, 31, of 125 Mallard Drive, Avon, was arrested Monday on Scott Swamp Road and charged with criminal violation of a protective order.
According to Farmington Police Lt. Colin Ryan, Davis has been arrested numerous times, though many of the charges were dismissed or nolled.
Still, the Connecticut Judicial website shows Davis has four convictions and two pending cases for similar charges.
Davis was convicted in 2005 of second-degree stalking for an incident in Bristol, for which he was sentenced to suspended jail time and 2 years probation. He then violated his probation and was sentenced in October 2006. He was also convicted of second-degree breach of peace on an incident in Bristol; in 2006 of possession of ½ to 4 ounces of marijuana; and in July of 2008 of second-degree harassment.
More recently, Davis was arrested by Farmington Police in January 2008 and charged with third-degree assault, second-degree breach of peace. He has entered a not-guilty plea for those charges.
For the Nov. 10 arrest in Farmington, Davis posted a $50,000 bond and was scheduled to appear in court Nov. 12.