Todd Boe, 46, who was previously arrested on charges of disorderly conduct, was arrested again on Saturday on charges of violating a protective order, second-degree harassment and risk of injury to a minor. The arrests stemmed from a series of alleged incidents with Boe's estranged wife.
A protective order said he was not allowed to go to his estranged wife's house unless he was picking up or dropping off their kids. On Friday, he went to her house to ask whether he could drive their children to school, police said. He was refused and left. He showed up later at her work in Westport, where they argued. Later in the day, he was served with divorce papers, prompting him to go to her house and argue again, according to a police report. She asked the police to provide extra patrols in their area.
On Saturday morning, he showed up at a meeting at her church, where they again argued, police said. She contacted the police, and Boe was arrested. The charge of risk of injury to a minor stemmed from an incident Thursday when he drove too fast with his children, scaring both of them, police said. He was held overnight in the police station, posted $7,500 bond and went to court Monday.
Also from the police blotter:
Police reported that a car stolen Jan. 9 from the Noroton Heights parking lot was recovered Tuesday. The 2003 Nissan Frontier was found in the Bronx, N.Y. The only damage to the car was to the ignition cylinder, which had been broken out so the car could be started with a screwdriver.
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