PERRY — Gary Lockwood in mid-August was sentenced to a year in local jail for repeated violations of a court order of protection.
Since he had languished in jail since a plea deal in February, Lockwood, 50, of Perry served about a month in jail before being released last week.
He didn’t last long as a free man.
Lockwood was arrested Monday morning after he made multiple contacts with the woman who had court orders of protection against Lockwood.
Perry police said Lockwood was charged with three counts of felony aggravated family offense, four counts of felony criminal contempt of court, misdemeanor criminal contempt of court, harassment and third-degree assault.
He was arraigned and committed to Wyoming County Jail without bail.
Lockwood had been arrested several times earlier this year and charged with domestic violence. In February, he was waived indictment on charges of first-degree contempt, aggravated family offense and harassment and pleaded guilty to felony criminal contempt.
Lockwood has an extensive criminal history, including multiple DWI arrests that resulted in a state prison term in 2013.