Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office deputies on Tuesday arrested a man who was beating on a woman’s door after he had been told she did not want to see him.
A 37-year-old woman called for help after 34-year-old Durvin Wick showed up at her home on Piccadilly Street in Edinburg, said Capt. Wesley Dellinger, of the Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office.
She had told Wick not to come to her home and called when he did show up and began pounding on her door. When deputies arrived, they found him coming around the corner of the home to the front yard. Deputies talked to Wick, who told them he was there to see the woman and again attempted to open the door and enter the home, Dellinger said.
Wick appears to have moved to the area from Pennsylvania and at times is using his cousin’s address in Winchester, according to court records.
The woman told deputies there was a dent in the driver’s side fender of her 2010 Ford Focus.
Wick attempted to resist officers but finally was arrested on charges of obstruction of justice, property damage of less than $1,000 and trespassing, Dellinger said.
Dellinger did not know the nature of the relationship between the two.
Court records say the woman, crying, told officials she was afraid for the safety of herself and her children. Wick was ordered to avoid contact with the woman as a condition of his bail, which was set at $2,500. His father is also to sign a statement of his willingness to allow Wick to live with him, according to court documents. He remains at the Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional jail. He has a court date scheduled for today.
Court records also state Wick was transported to a hospital for a blood draw to check on the possibility that he was on some type of drug.