CAMBRIDGE — A 36-year-old man was arrested following an incident in Cambridge yesterday.
Authorities say they were notified of a potential violation of an abuse prevention order on Main Street at around 8:20 p.m.
Police say that Christopher Harper, of Cambridge, violated a final relief of abuse prevention order on a domestic partner.
He was also in violation of conditions of release.
Police say they attempted to locate Harper at the last known location however he was not found.
Approximately two hours later, police received a report of a heavily intoxicated man at the Mobile station in Cambridge.
Police say they identified the man as Harper.
While speaking with Harper, police say they detected several indicators of impairment.
Following an investigation, it was found that Harper had operated a motor vehicle to the store and was operating with a criminally suspended license.
Harper was arrested without incident and transported to the St Albans barracks for processing.
He was issued conditions of release and ordered to be held until sober and flash cited to appear in court on May 22 for the charges of violation of an abuse prevention order, violation of conditions of release, DUI #3, and operating with a criminally suspended license.