A Front Royal man with a history of criminal charges, including a conviction for wearing a mask, is back behind bars.
Tyrone Holloman, 23, is being held at the Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional jail without bond. He was arrested on a warrant on Wednesday and appeared in Warren County General District Court on Thursday.
He faces charges out of Warren County for grand larceny-auto theft, and charges out of Rappahannock County for obstruction of jJustice by preventing an arrest, driving while his driver’s license is revoked, hit and run, and two counts of vandalism, according to arrest records from the jail.
Holloman plead guilty in 2016 to wearing a mask in a circumstance not allowed by state law.
He received a two-year suspended prison sentence minus time already served behind bars and two years of supervised probation.
Authorities say Holloman, who was 21 at the time, was wearing a mask similar to the one in the “Scream” movie series, around the 400-block of South Street.
Police initially received a call about a man wearing a mask who had tried to enter Mojo’s Grill.
On Feb. 13, Front Royal police received a call from a woman who told officers that she had received a call that morning from the Rappahannock County Sheriff’s Office. They told her that Holloman had crashed her car at 2:21 that morning and ran, according to a criminal complaint.
The woman told Front Royal police that Holloman had been at her apartment the previous evening charging his phone. After Holloman left, the woman could not find her car keys. She called him but he denied knowing where her keys were, the complaint stated.
Holloman still has pending charges in Warren County General District Court for possession of ammunition while a convicted felon as well as in Rappahannock General District Court for a previous charge of hit and run, property damage, fleeing law enforcement and driving while suspended, according to court records.
His prior criminal record in Virginia is a 2015 conviction of a misdemeanor charge of entering a property to damage, a 2015 shoplifting charge, a 2016 contempt charge and a 2018 obstruction by way of threats or force and a disorderly charge, court records state.