THOMASTON, Conn. (CBS Connecticut) – Thomaston police say they arrested a Plymouth man three times in under three hours Monday.
Ronald Boivin, 45, was first arrested for abusing an eight-week-old puppy at an address on South Main Street just before 5 p.m. while he was intoxicated, said police. He was issued a misdemeanor summons for cruelty to animals, said authorities.
Prior to leaving the area, police say Boivin cursed at the individuals who made the initial complaint– drawing a second-degree breach of peace charge.
After he was released on $1,000 bail, police say Boivin returned to the scene after being ordered not to do so, and was arrested on a charge of first-degree criminal trespass, said police.
Boivin is due in Bantam Superior Court on October 24 to answer to all three charges.