NY Man Faces Hundreds of Charges for Harassment, Violating Protective Order in Greenwich

Greenwich Police traveled to Westchester County Correctional facility in Valhalla on April 9 to take custody of Marcus E Williams, 33, of Sickles Ave in New Rochelle.

Greenwich police had a warrant for Williams’ arrest for 162 counts of Criminal Violation of a Protective Order, 162 counts of Harassment 2nd degree, and one charge of Threatening.

According to the Greenwich Police arrest report the incident took place on West View Street in Byram on March 11.

In Valhalla, Williams was advised of his warrant, placed under arrest. Westchester County Corrections Officers turned him over to Greenwich Police. At Greenwich Police Headquarters, Williams was processed. Unable to post his established/set bond of $50,000, he was placed in a Greenwich Police cell block.

William’s original court date remains April 16, 2015 at the Stamford Superior Court.

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