CHARLES CITY – A Charles City man was sent to jail after domestic violence incidents and violating a no-contact order.
Charles City police were called to the 600 block of 3rd Avenue on the afternoon of February 8, 2017 to investigate a domestic disturbance. Officers arrived to that location around 1:14 PM and encountered 27-year-old Alan Campbell of Charles City. After an investigation, Campbell was charged with first-offense domestic abuse assault and taken to jail. The next day, a judge imposed a no-contact order on Campbell, and he was released from jail.
Just days later, Charles City police were called on a report of a no-contact violation at 7:38 AM on February 18. Officers arrived at a residence in the 600 block of 3rd Avenue and found two tires slashed on a 2013 Hyundai parked in the driveway. Campbell was arrested for violating the no-contact order and police said other charges were pending.
However, Campbell later pled guilty to first-offense domestic abuse assault and violating a no-contact order. He was given 2-day and 7-day jail sentences that were to be served concurrently.
Police have dealt with Campbell before. In a previous incident on May 6, 2016, Charles City police officers responded to a domestic incident again at the 600 block of Third Avenue. A suspect – Campbell – had left the scene by the time the officers arrived, however, he was soon located in the 1800 block of Rolfing Street. Campbell was arrested there for first-offense domestic abuse assault, a simple misdemeanor. In June of 2016, Campbell was granted a deferred judgement in this case and put on “self-probation” for 6 months not to exceed a year.