Richard Couturiaux of Masury was indicted by a Trumbull County Grand Jury on April 2 on charges of trespass when a person is likely to be present and violating a protection order.
Brookfield police arrested him Feb. 19 after he allegedly entered a home in the 800 block of South Stateline Road. The resident, who has a protection order on Couturiaux, said she awoke from a nap and found him in her kitchen, police said.
Couturiaux, 38, of 8198 Ulp St., pleaded not guilty to the charges at arraignment and faces a pretrial hearing Sept. 28 and trial on Oct. 5.
The grand jury chose not to indict Couturiaux on a charge of burglary.
UPDATE, from our May 2021 edition:
A Masury man has been ordered to prison to serve nearly two years after pleading guilty to eight charges covering two incidents from 2019 and 2020.
Richard R. Couturiaux, 38, of 8198 Ulp St., pleaded guilty March 30 to charges of felony domestic violence, burglary, violating a protection order, bribery and trespass, and misdemeanor violating a protection order.
Trumbull County Common Pleas Court Judge Andrew D. Logan sentenced Couturiaux that day to 23 months in prison.