Local Plainfield man arrested and charged with first degree felony trespassing
PLAINFIELD, Connecticut, (WTNH) – Plainfield Police have arrested and charged a local man with first degree felony trespassing after being released early Thursday morning.
Plainfield Police had an active arrest warrant for Curt Rivard, 32, following family unrest on September 11. Before the police arrived at the scene, Rivard fled. According to reports, Rivard returned to the scene, contacting the victim from the woods, saying he was watching police conduct their investigation.
Police conducted a K-9 trail after the witness reported seeing a man matching Rovard’s description run away on foot but he was not located.
An arrest warrant for Rivard was placed and he was subsequently found and arrested. Police charged Riavrd with disorderly conduct, second degree threats and obstructing a police investigation.
Rivard was released early Friday morning after securing his $ 2,500 bail.
Shortly after Rivard’s release, an officer was conducting a control patrol of the victim’s residence and noticed that Rivard had entered the driveway. Rivard was arrested and charged with breach of release conditions and first degree criminal trespassing.
Rivard’s bond is set at $ 25,000.