An Auburn man was charged Wednesday for allegedly pushing a woman and violating a protection order against him, the Auburn Police Department said.

Deputy chief Roger Anthony said Brendon J. Harvey, 26, of 228 N. Seward Ave., came to the Washington Street residence of a woman who has a order of protection against him around 7:30 p.m. April 6. Harvey pushed the woman, the woman reached for a phone to call and then he left, Anthony said. Harvey also called the woman more than once that night after the incident, Anthony said.

After the woman called in the incident that night, the APD came to her residence. At one point, Harvey called and officers got on the phone and identified themselves, Anthony said. Harvey stopped calling after that.

He was picked up on a warrant April 10 and charged with second-degree criminal trespass and two counts of first-degree criminal contempt. Harvey was arraigned at Auburn City Court Wednesday and remanded to the Cayuga County Jail in lieu of $5,000 cash or $10,000 bond bail. His next day in court is Monday.

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