ROCKLAND — A 20-year-old Owls Head man will be held without bail after police said he threatened a woman with a knife while being out on bail for threatening another women with a shovel.

Judge John Martin agreed to have Michael A. Michaud Jr. held without bail until a bail revocation hearing is held Aug. 18.

Michaud was arrested in December 2021 for wielding a shovel and threatening a woman in Owls Head. He was released on $500 cash bail with the condition he not commit any additional criminal activity. A grand jury indicted him in June for the December offenses, charging him with felony Class C domestic violence terrorizing with a dangerous weapon, Class C domestic violence criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon, Class C domestic violence reckless conduct, and misdemeanor criminal mischief.

He remained on bail after the indictment was issued.

On June 22, Michaud was arrested by the Knox County Sheriff’s Office for Class C domestic violence criminal threatening with a knife, domestic violence assault, and violating a condition of release.

According to an affidavit filed in the Knox County court by the Sheriff’s Office, a woman reported Michaud pushed her during an argument and then grabbed a kitchen knife, pulled it out of its sheath, stared at her and them screamed in rage at her, the woman told police according to the affidavit. The woman said she feared he was going to use the knife on her. Michaud then drove the knife into a wall. The woman said Michaud was high on drugs at the time of the incident.

The woman was able to leave the residence and contacted police.

Officers searched for Michaud and, later that evening, there was an emergency medical call to his residence and he had cut his neck and wrist. He was arrested after he was treated for his injuries.