Plainfield Man Arrested After Violating Protective Order

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On January 7, 2022 at approximately 4:45 P.M., members of the Plainfield Police Department arrested the accused Nicholas Dore, 30, of
Moosup, CT.

Members of the Plainfield Police Department received a complaint that Dore violated two protective orders after threatening to burn the protected parties residence down. Dore was located and while being placed in custody resisted Officers, spit on their cruisers and kicked a cruiser door causing damage.

Dore was charged with two counts of Criminal Violation of a Protective Order, Breach of Peace 2nd Degree, Interfering with Officers, Criminal Mischief 3rd Degree and Threatening 2nd Degree. Dore was released on a $50,000.00 bond and full-no contact conditions of release were put in place. Dore was given a court day of January 10, 2022.  On January 9, 2022 at approximately 5:06 P.M., the Plainfield Police Department were contacted by the protected parties stating Dore had violated his conditions of release and the protective orders in place.

An investigation was conducted and the Plainfield Police Department conducted patrol checks throughout the town of Plainfield in an attempt to locate Dore. Dore was located traveling on Green Hollow Road in Central Village, CT, and taken into custody during a motor vehicle stop.

Once at the Plainfield Police Department, Dore became uncooperative during the booking process refusing to sign any forms and be fingerprinted. Dore refused to enter the cell and threatened to fight Officers. Dore became assaultive towards Officers and was subdued with O.C. spray. Dore was escorted into the cell and remained combative towards Officers. Once inside the cell Dore flooded it, covered the floor, walls, and monitoring camera with his own fecal matter.

Dore was charged with two counts of Violation of a Protective Order, two counts of Violation of Conditions of Release, Breach of Peace 2nd Degree, Interfering, Assault on a Police Officer, Failure to Fingerprint and Criminal Mischief 3rd Degree.

Dore is currently being held at the Plainfield Police Department on a $50,000.00 bond and is scheduled to be arraigned at the Danielson Superior Court, G.A. 11, on January 10, 2022.

Written by: Mike Minarsky

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