Greenwich Man Charged with Violation of a Criminal Protective Order

David Kent Joslin, Nov 5, 2018 Photo courtesy Greenwich Police Dept

David Kent Joslin, Nov 5, 2018 Photo courtesy Greenwich Police Dept

A Greenwich man was arrested after he surrendered to local police. This is his third arrest since September.

On Friday, Nov 2 around 7:00pm Greenwich Police arrested David Kent Joslin, 48, of 16 Old Track Rd and charged him with Violation of a Standing Criminal Protective Order, a class D Felony, which the report said stemmed back to an incident on Old Track Rd in Greenwich at 11:00pm on Oct 13.

In October, Mr. Joslin was arrested after police responded to Old Track Road on a report of an intoxicated man parked in the J Lofts Apartments parking lot in an idling vehicle. EMS determined Mr. Joslin was unfit to care for himself and transported him to Greenwich Hospital, who discharged him shortly after. Joslin declined to submit to field sobriety tests and was charged with DUI.

Mr. Joslin’s bond was set at $50,000 which he was able to post. He has a date in Stamford Superior Court on Nov 5, 2018.

Back on September 15, Mr. Joslin was arrested and charged with Criminal Mischief 2, Interfering with Officer/Resisting Arrest and Disorderly Conduct after Greenwich Police responded to a complaint of a verbal argument between a man and a woman.

Investigation revealed that Mr. Joslin had broken the victim’s phone. He refused to cooperate and kept screaming at the victim not to speak to the police.

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