A Greenwich man faces narcotics charges after he allegedly violated a protective order two times on Tuesday, Dec. 11.
Police said they responded to a report of violation of a protective order at about 8:39 a.m. at a residence on Indian Chase Drive.
On arrival officers learned that Mark Traisman, 26, of 1 Indian Chase Drive had violated a court-ordered restraining order that prohibits him from entering the residence of a family member.
Police said Traisman had been arrested earlier the same day for the same offense and that he had been warned not to return to the residence.
Police said the conditions of his release also prohibit him from having contact with the family member.
Following Traisman's second arrest, police applied for and were granted a search warrant for the residence.
During the search police reportedly found drugs and drug paraphernalia — including some heroin, cooking spoons and used syringes — which was in plain view. Police determined the drugs belonged to Traisman.
Traisman was charged with violation of a restraining order, first degree criminal trespass, first degree violation of the conditions of release, possession of narcotics and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Traisman posted a $10,000 bond for the charges related to his violation of the protective order and a $500 bond for the drug possession charge. He was scheduled to appear in court today, Wednesday, Dec. 12.