Two lesser charges stemming from an arrest earlier this year have come back to the forefront after a Briarcliff Manor man was taken into custody on September 1.
Police received a report from a village resident at 9:16 a.m. on September 1 reporting a family member had threatened him and broken several items in his home.
Later that day, police arrested 31-year-old Bradley Wood and charged him with Menacing in the Second Degree, a misdemeanor; and Criminal Mischief in the Second Degree, a felony. He was additionally charged with violation Harassment in the Second Degree following the alleged incident.
Wood had been arrested on April 24 of this year following an incident also involving a family member, police said. At that time, he was charged with two counts of Harassment in the Second Degree and Disorderly Conduct.
According to police, the April case resulted in the issuing of an orders of protection. These orders were broken with the accusations of the September arrest; and Wood was therefore also charged with two felony counts of Criminal Contempt in the the First Degree.
Wood was remanded to Westchester County Jail in lieu of $5,000 bail following his arrest.
The Westchester County District Attorney's Office withdrew the three non-felony charges pending at Wood's September 11 court date.
Current jail records indicate he remains incarcerated without bail and is due back in Briarcliff Manor Court on October 9.