Edward W. Grogan, 43, of 184 Park St., New Canaan, was arrested May 7 on charges of simple trespass, second-degree harassment, failure to keep a drug in its original container and possession of a controlled substance.

Grogan's wife went to the police headquarters on May 8 to report that he had violated a verbal warning from police not to contact her when he sent her a "bizarre" email the day before that "made her fearful," according to the report.

The 39-year-old woman, who's not currently living with Grogan, had filed a complaint against him April 28, before an officer called prohibiting him from contacting her or going to her residence, according to the report.

After reporting the violation May 6, police accompanied the woman back to her house at about 11 a.m., where they found the suspect sitting his car in her driveway, the report states.

An officer spoke with Grogan and noticed he appeared to be under the influence of some type of medication, police said. The officer then patted him down and found pills that were not in the proper container, according to the report.

Grogan was released on $5,000 bond and was scheduled to appear in court May 8.