On Wednesday, Aug. 8, Timothy Wittman, 34, of Southington, was arrested on an outstanding warrant that resulted from an incident with a 14-year-old five days earlier.
On Aug. 3, Wittman became involved in an argument with the teen in his home on Bristol Street, and police siad that he grabbed the youth and pulled him down the hall from a bedroom to the living room. Wittman also broke a speaker, a headset, and an Xbox belonging to the victim. The total value of the damage was estimated at $400.
Wittman also threatened to harm the 14-year-old, and when the victim’s mother stepped in Wittmean pushed her down and ordered them out of the home. The mother and teen left the home and reported the incident to police. There were no injuries.
Wittman was charged with risk of injury to a minor, second degree threatening, second degree criminal mischief, and disorderly conduct. He posted a $15,000 bond and was scheduled to appear in Bristol Court on Aug. 9.
Police withheld the names of the victims because the charges stemmed from a domestic violence incident.