Greenwich Police arrested a former Greenwich resident on a warrant on June 13 for a May 22 incident.
Anne Marie Lombardi, 57, formerly of 23 Pemberwick Rd in Greenwich, now with a residence reported as 7 Penzance Road in Stamford, was charged with Criminal Violation of a Protective Order, which is a Class D felony.
Lombardi was assigned a court date in Stamford Superior Court on June 14. Her bond was set at $10,000 which she was able to post.
Greenwich Police are familiar with Ms. Lombardi. She was arrested three times over a period of 10 days last fall.
On the evening of Oct 27 Greenwich Police responded to a report of a Violation of a Protective Order. Police determined Ms. Lombardi had come to a residence which she had been restricted from by a Protective Order. She pushed open the front door and entered the residence where officers encountered her. She was charged with Disorderly Conduct and Criminal Violation of a Protective Order. The charge for Disorderly Conduct is a Misdemeanor. The charge of Criminal Violation of a Protective order is a Felony.
On Oct 16, Ms. Lombardi was arrested around 3:20am after breaking items including a glass table at a residence on Pemberwick Rd that did not belong to her.
On Oct 18, she was arrested after an incident on Pemberwick Rd for Violating a Protective Order around 2:40am.
The recent arrests follow others that stem back to 2006.
Lombardi was arrested on July 27, 2015 and charged with Criminal Trespass 1, Disorderly Conduct and Harassment 2nd degree.
According to the CT judicial branch website, following an incident on Sept. 14 2006, Lombardi entered a guilty plea for Harassment 2nd degree and was sentenced to 6 months jail execution suspended and 1 year probation.
Also, according to the judicial branch website, Lombardi was charged with Stalking 3rd degree stemming from an incident on Aug 30, 2007. She entered a guilty plea and was sentenced to 6 months jail, execution suspended, probation 1 year.