ROCKWELL – Police took a Rockwell man to jail after at least two no-contact order violations in connection to an alleged domestic abuse incident.
On Monday evening, March 6, 2017, Rockwell police responded to 121 Walnut Street for a domestic incident. As a result of the incident and investigation, police arrested 32-year-old Lucas Scott Winfrey of that address for aggravated domestic abuse assault involving strangulation.
Winfrey was taken to the county jail until he went before a judge, who released him after a no-contact order was put in place.
Then, on March 11, Winfrey was accused of violating the no-contact order and a judge issued an arrest warrant two days later. Winfrey apparently avoided capture until the evening of March 24, when county and local law enforcement discovered him back at his house, again in violation of the no-contact order. Winfrey was arrested and taken to jail on the warrant and a trespassing charge. He remains held in the county jail and could face up to 7 days in jail on each no-contact violation charge.