Police made arrests Saturday, June 25, in two domestic violence related cases.

Rockland police arrested Daniel A. Quimby, 49, of Palermo, and charged him with Class C felony domestic violence assault.

According to an affidavit filed in the Knox County court by Rockland police, two women came to the police station to report the assault. According to the women, Quimby had an incident earlier in the day at the Camden Snow Bowl in Camden where he was asked to leave because he was drunk. Dispatch reported Camden police had an encounter with Quimby for obstructing a public roadway, according to the affidavit.

Quimby was then in the back seat of a car with the women and screaming insults at the woman in the passenger front seat. That woman asked the driver to go to the police station in Rockland and Quimby hit the woman in the back of the head. The assault left her with an egg-shape injury on the back of her head. She told police he does this every time he drinks, according to the affidavit.

Quimby made his initial appearance on the charge Monday, June 27, in Knox County Court. Judge Geoffrey Rushlau set bail at $2,000 cash.

The charge was a felony because Quimby has two prior domestic violence related convictions in the past 10 years — a domestic violence criminal threatening in 2017 in Kennebec County and a domestic violence assault in Somerset County in 2015.

Also, on Saturday, Kyle M. Bragdon, 35, of Washington, was arrested for violation of a condition of release.

Bragdon is accused of going to the home of a woman who is the victim in a pending domestic violence assault case in which he is charged. His bail condition on that assault case is he have no contact with the woman.

Judge Rushlau agreed with Deputy District Attorney Christopher Fernald during the suspect’s hearing Monday, June 27, Bragdon should be held without bail pending a bail revocation hearing. The judge cited numerous failures to appear in court by Bragdon on previous cases.