WATERBURY — A 51-year-old man is facing multiple charges following an incident in Waterbury.
On August 2, authorities say they were notified that John Neville, of Waterbury, was in violation of a relief from abuse order.
When troopers arrived at Neville’s home, he refused to come out.
Police established a presence near the house while they sought a search warrant for the home.
Wednesday afternoon, the court granted the warrant, and state police entered the residence and took Neville into custody without further incident.
He was transported for processing at the Berlin barracks, where he became uncooperative with troopers’ efforts to take a mug shot and damaged state police property.
He ultimately was ordered jailed for lack of $5,000 bail pending arraignment on the latest charges scheduled for today in court in Barre.
Since mid-July, the Vermont State Police has responded more than half a dozen times to Loomis Hill Road for reports of incidents involving Neville.
During these visits, Neville has been taken into custody on various charges that have included DUI No. 2, negligent operation, aggravated disorderly conduct, attempted first-degree arson, reckless endangerment, unlawful trespass, and repeated violations of conditions of release.