A 25-year-old Fairfield man was held on $200,000 bond Tuesday morning for violating a protective order by forcing his way into his parents' home and threatening to kill them.

Scott Luciani injured his father during the Monday night incident at their home at 123 Woods End Road, police said.

Officers dispatched to investigate the complaint said Luciani had forced his way into his parents' home about 8:15 p.m. Monday, looking for a place to sleep.

Both parents have protective orders barring Luciani from having any contact with them.

When his father initially refused to let him in the house, police said, Luciani replied, "You'll be sorry, I'll kill you all." He backed away from the door, and his father, who feared that his son was going to kick in the door, went outside to talk to him.

Luciani again threatened his father, according to police, and said, "You know I have a gun and I will use it" while keeping his right hand in his pocket. He then punched his 61-year-old father in the head several times and forced his way into the house. Inside, his mother was calling "911," and Luciani lunged in her direction. His father intervened and was hit again. When police arrived, the father had fresh scratches on his arms and face, and was bleeding from the side of his head.

He was charged with two counts of violating a protective order, one count of third-degree assault of an elderly person, disorderly conduct, third-degree burglary with a firearm and second-degree threatening.

He was scheduled to appear Tuesday in Bridgeport Superior Court.