Stamford man allegedly violated protective order
Updated 12:37 pm, Tuesday, August 1, 2017
DARIEN — A 26-year-old Stamford man was allegedly found in a closed Darien park with a woman who had a protective order out against him.
On July 26 around 8:45 p.m., officers saw a car parked at the West Avenue entrance to Woodland Park, despite the fact the park was closed and a chain was across the entrance. Officers approached the man and woman in the car and asked for identification. A check of their information showed the man, Henoc Zaragoza-Alvarez, was wanted by Connecticut State Police for failing to appear in court. There was also an active protective order forbidding him to be in the presence of the woman in the car.
Zaragoza-Alvarez, of Tresser Boulevard in Stamford, was held on a $10,000 bond for the protective order violation and a $500 bond for the bench warrant. He was unable to post bond and was brought to court on July 27.