Felony Charges for Cos Cob Woman for Violating Protective Orders

 Kristi Lee Kerslake. March 19, 2018 Photo courtesy Greenwich Police Dept

Kristi Lee Kerslake. March 19, 2018 Photo courtesy Greenwich Police Dept

Greenwich Police arrested Kristi Lee Kerslake, 38, of 7 Cos Cob Ave on March 14 and charged her with Disorderly Conduct and two counts of Violating a Protective Order.

The disorderly conduct charge stemmed from an incident on March 6 around 1:30pm. She was arrested by warrant for that charged and released when she posted a $500 bond.

The two violations of a protective order happened on March 14. Around 7:15pm, the suspect allegedly sent numerous messages to the protected party, in violation of a court protective order. The second violation happened just before midnight when police say Kerslake was at the residence of the protected party. Kerslake was outside the residence when police arrived.

According to Lt Nemecek, the protective orders had full conditions, which means the person cannot contact the protected person in any way, including by phone, text, letter or in person. Violating a protective order is a Felony offense.

For the Violations of Protective Order she was held on a $5,000 bond and assigned a date in Stamford Superior Court on March 15.