A Rosemount man is in jail and being held without bail until July 18 following a series of felony domestic abuse no contact order violations.
Gregory Rick Quamme, 32, charged with threats of violence (intent to terrorize), a fifth-degree controlled substance crime and a violation of domestic abuse no contact order May 31 in Dakota County Court for sending several threatening text messages.
Those charges carry a maximum sentence of 11 years in prison, and a $23,000 fine. For those charges, he’s being held on a $200,000 bail.
At the time of his apprehension, he also had multiple active warrants for gross misdemeanor no contact order violation, giving false information to police; felony threats of violence; and two other felony no contact order violations.
For those charges, he’s being held without bail until July 18 when he’ll be in court for parole violations and an omnibus hearing, according to the Dakota County Attorney’s office.
Quamme was convicted of misdemeanor domestic assault in 2010, felony terroristic threats in 2018, gross misdemeanor violation of an order of protection in both 2018 and March 2019.
According to the criminal complaint, Quamme admitted he knew the no contact order was in place but violated it immediately. Officers allegedly found a methamphetamine and a pipe on him when he was arrested May 30.
Officers were familiar with Quamme due to many previous reports of no contact order violations, according to the complaint.