Woman Charged With Violating Protective Order

Police said Tina Proctor was not allowed in her ex-boyfriend's house.

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    West Haven Police
    Tina Proctor was charged with violating a protective order when she went to her ex-boyfriend's house, police said.

    West Haven Police have arrested a local woman who is accused of violating a protective order by going into her ex-boyfriend’s residence, then damaging a cell while she was in police custody.

    West Haven Police responded to a residence on First Avenue for a domestic dispute around 3:45 a.m. on Thursday and found Tina Proctor, 32, also of First Avenue in West Haven.

    They said she illegally entering her ex-boyfriends home, violating a protective order.
    Police took her into custody and she began damaging the cell she was contained in, police said. 

    Proctor was charged with violating a protective order, disorderly conduct and criminal mischief. She is due in court in Milford today.

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