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Carlos Colin arrested for allegedly breaking restraining order in Newark

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A man apparently broke his restraining order by going to his father’s house and caused a disturbance at a Newark liquor store before allegedly making death threats to a police officer Monday afternoon, according to Newark police. Carlos Colin, 43, was initially arrested around 3:50 p.m. on suspicion of violating his restraining order when he showed up at his father’s house and made a commotion there, according to police. He then fled after apparently learning his father had called the police.

He went to Marv’s Liquors near Mayhews Landing Road where he was reportedly causing another disturbance, police said. Police were able to take him into custody there, but during the ride to jail he allegedly became combative. According to police, Colin started to kick the patrol car doors and windows and Fremont police had to be dispatched to assist. He allegedly made several attempts to bite and head butt an officer and threatened to kill that officer, along with his wife and children, police said.

According to police, Colin provided explicit details in his threats. He was taken to Santa Rita Jail in Dublin where he was booked on suspicion of violating a court order and making death threats to a public safety official. He is being held on $45,000 bail, according to court records. He is scheduled to be arraigned this afternoon at the Fremont Hall of Justice.

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