A Vernon woman is facing another set of domestic charges, said.
And this time, a man police identified as her boyfriend was charged too.
Melissa Davis, 27, of 191 Terrace Dr., surrendered to authorities at Vernon police headquarters on Tuesday. A warrant had been issued for second-degree breach of peace and violating a proactive order in relation to an Aug. 8 incident, police said. Davis was held on Tuesday on a $7,500 bond until she was ten to court.
For the same incident, Benjamin Real, of 416 Eddy Glover Blvd., New Britain, was charged today with second-degree breach of peace, police said. He was released on a $250 bond and was to appear in court today, police said.
On Tuesday of last week, Davis was taken into custody and charged with violating a protective order, police said.
According to an arrest report, officers received an anonymous tip that Davis was at a Terrace Drive residence she is barred from being near. Her address is listed at 191 Terrace Dr., police said.
On May 24, Officers were called to 191 Terrace Dr. at 1:15 a.m. where Davis, 26, who lives at that address, was fighting with her live-in boyfriend, police said.
She was charged with third-degree assault, second-degree breach of peace and risk of injury to a child, according to an arrest report.
The boyfriend had minor injuries, police said. The risk of injury charge stems from Davis allegedly throwing furniture around the home near a sleeping child, police said.
Davis has also been charged with interfering/resisting for scuffling with officers after they arrived, police said. She resisted being handcuffed and then wrestled with police as they tried to put her in the back seat of a cruiser.
Davis wriggled one hand out of the cuffs and had to be re-cuffed, police said.
On Aug. 19, Davis was involved in a heated domestic incident, according to an arrest report.
Police said Davis began arguing with her live-in boyfriend after he spoke with his estranged wife about the status of their two children. During the argument, Davis restrained the boyfriend and prevented him from leaving the apartment, police said.
He was not injured, police said, but Davis was charged with unlawful restraint and breach of peace, both in the second degree.