Darien man arrested three times for domestic disputes

The third time was the charm for one man who was arrested for his involvement in multiple domestic dispute incidents.

Kevin Grant, 19, of Darien, was arrested on Oct. 20 after accusing his parents of not forwarding a package to him, police said. Grant damaged a closet door after kicking it but there were no injuries, police said. Grant was released on a promise to appear on the condition that he not threaten or assault family members, police said.

He was issued a court date of Oct. 21.

However, on Oct. 21 around 11:30 a.m., Grant returned home before his court appearance and demanded that his mother go to court with him to explain why he acted the way he did, police said. According to the report, the mother refused and an argument began. When the mother tried to call the police, Grant took the phone and slammed it down, police said. Grant left the residence before police arrived. A warrant was issued for his arrest with the additional charges of interfering with an officer, second-degree threatening and violating conditions of his release, police said.

Police said Grant returned home later that evening where he was arrested on the warrant and additionally charged with violations of release and disorderly conduct, police said.

He did not post his $25,000 bond and appeared in court on Oct. 22.