WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. --- Former White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley will face a misdemeanor second-degree criminal contempt charge in the White Plains City Court Wednesday morning, according to the Westchester District Attorney's Office.
Public Safety Commissioner David Chong said White Plains police and the District Attorney's Office had enough evidence to charge the former Democratic state assembly member of violating a court agreement that barred Bradley from contacting his wife last Friday.
"We had received a complaint from his estranged wife of phone calls from him. We investigated that complaint with the District Attorney and on Friday we had enough evidence to charge him with contempt of court," said Chong.
Police weren't able to find Bradley at his home or job Friday, however, Chong said that Bradley surrendered to police and came to headquarters Friday afternoon. He was arraigned before a city court judge, who Chong said released Bradley Friday evening.
Bradley resigned as mayor in February after being convicted of misdemeanor charges involved with a domestic violence charge.
Bradley would not comment on Monday.
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