A Steuben county man is facing multiple charges after he allegedly ran his ex-wife off the road in a vehicle, according to New York State Police.
Thursday, state police arrested Christopher Parsons of Wayland. State police said Parsons’ arrest stems from two separate incidents that happened Tuesday. Parsons allegedly ran his ex-wife off the road in a vehicle, violating an order of protection. Later that night, he allegedly made phone contact with his ex-wife, which also violated the order of protection.
Parson was charged with two counts of criminal contempt 1st, one count of reckless endangerment 1st, and one count of aggravated harassment 2nd.
Thursday he was arraigned on the reckless endangerment charge and one count of criminal contempt and sent to the Steuben County Jail. He’s scheduled to return to the Town of Wayland Court at a later date.
He was also issued an appearance ticket to appear at Sparta Town Court later this month for the aggravated harassment and criminal contempt charges.