A man who police said has been warned several times to stay away from the Jewish Home for the Elderly on Tuesday tried to remove his mother from the nursing home against doctor's orders.
Michael Kondrat, 63, of Four Seasons Road, was charged with breach of peace, first-degree trespassing and interfering with an officer after he allegedly pushed several Jewish Home employees and shut a car door on one of the worker's hands. He also resisted arrest, according to the report.
A nursing home employee said she was with Kondrat's mother when he arrived around 10 a.m., and began pushing his mother, in her wheelchair, out to his car. He shoved an employee who tried to stop him and put his mother in the front seat of the car, and then shut the car door on another employee's hand.
Kondrat told an officer called to the scene that no one had to the right to prevent him from taking his mother home. During a July 28 incident at the nursing home, Probate Judge Daniel Caruso was contacted and he instructed Jewish Home officials to apply for conservatorship.
Police also issued Kondrat a summons for operating an unregistered vehicle, misuse of plates, failure to have insurance and operating under suspension and his car towed.
He was held on a $1,500 bond and is scheduled to appear Aug. 10 in Bridgeport Superior Court.