A Bridgeport man was arrested at the Fairfield University campus on North Benson Road Wednesday morning, charged with trespassing.

According to police, Janhoi Barnes, 26, of Fremont Street, had been warned previously, and sent a certified letter, to stay off campus property. He was found in the Kelly Center, sitting on a couch in the lounge in the lobby. Asked to accompany security officers for the site, Barnes at first refused. He was uncooperative and put his hands in his jacket pockets and began flailing his elbows, police said.

After being taken into custody by Fairfield police, Barnes refused to be fingerprinted or sign his notice of rights form and would not look into the camera when being photographed, police said.

Barnes was charged with first-degree criminal trespass, three counts of breach of peace and refusal to be fingerprinted.

He was held on a $75,000 bond and was scheduled to appear Friday in Bridgeport Superior Court.