NORWALK — A Wilton man was arrested on several charges last week, marking the ninth time this year that he has been arrested.

Gregory Goldstein, 22, was charged after Norwalk police answered a call from a Donna Drive residence where Goldstein was in violation of a protective order, according to Lt. Jared Zwickler.

Officers detained Goldstein and found that he was the defendant on three protective orders, banning him from being at that address.

Zwickler said officers found Goldstein also had an outstanding arrest warrant for violating a protective order and causing damage to the inside of a vehicle.

Goldstein was charged with three counts of violation of a protective order, and one count each of first-degree criminal mischief and second-degree breach of peace. He was held on bonds totaling $21,000.

Goldstein has been arrested nine times since January, and his cases include multiple violations of a protective order, along with threatening, assaults, strangulation, and drug charges.