Bristol man arrested again

BRISTOL — A Bristol man on Jan. 8 found himself under arrest for the second time in three weeks, police said.
Bristol police cited Samuel Lewis Hellmuth, 36, into court for violating a relief from abuse order and violating conditions of release issued by a judge from a previous arrest on the same charge.
Police were dispatched to a North Street residence on the afternoon of Jan. 7, responding to a report that Hellmuth was at the home in violation of an abuse prevention order. When officers arrived, Hellmuth had already left the scene on foot. He turned himself in Jan. 8 and was cited to appear in court at a later date.
Hellmuth was initially issued the relief from abuse order Dec. 20, and was arrested just hours later on suspicion of violating that order, in the early hours of Dec. 21, Bristol police report.

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