A man accused of yelling anti-Semitic comments outside a synagogue in New London was served a second arrest warrant on Monday.
Travor Blize, 30, of New London, was arrested on Saturday after officers caught him shouting derogatory remarks at members of the synagogue on Ocean Avenue, according to police.
He was charged with two counts of breach of peace and driving with a suspended license.
Police served Blize with a second warrant before his court appearance on Monday. The new warrant charges Blize with three counts of breach of peace.
He was held on $11,000 bond. It's not clear if Blize has an attorney.