ALBION — The village’s most frequently-arrested resident has been at it again.
Patrick W. Allen, 39, was arrested twice in January on separate, but related charges.
Allen was arrested Jan. 1 after he entered a woman’s house and attempted to assault her.
He was charged with second-degree burglary and attempted third-degree assault.
He was released and on Jan. 30, police received another complaint about Allen.
He was charged with felony criminal contempt of court for violating an order of protection.
The charges are just the latest for Allen, who has avoided any state prison term despite more than two dozen arrests since 2014.
Allen, who police say is a heavy drinker, was featured in a 2017 article, when he had six arrests in less than five months.
His repeated crimes almost always involve his ex-girlfriend, who police said repeatedly invites him to her house despite having an order of protection against him.
In most cases, the most serious charges are dropped because of her lack of cooperation.
He has served numerous stints at Orleans County Jail, where he now is pending an appearance in Town Court on the latest charges.