VERNON, Conn. (WTNH) — A state trooper turned himself into police on Wednesday and was faced with more charges stemming from an alleged domestic violence incident at his home in Vernon.

According to the Vernon Police Department, Jaime Solis, 29, turned himself into police after learning that there was a warrant for his arrest. He was charged with two counts of disorderly conduct, two counts of assault in the third degree, two counts of threatening in the second degree, and one count of risk of injury to a minor.

He was released on a $50,000 bond and is due in Rockville Superior Court on Thursday.

State police released the following statement:

We have been made aware of the second arrest of Jaime Solis by Vernon Police Department. Solis’ police powers remain suspended, and he remains on administrative duties pending the active investigation. Please contact Vernon PD with any inquires concerning the details of the arrest.

The charges on Wednesday follow his previous charges on Monday for assault in the second degree, disorderly conduct, and risk of injury to a minor. Following the initial charges, he posted a $25,000 bond.

Vernon police said Solis assaulted the victim in front of a child at his home on Mark Circle just before 6 p.m. Monday.

Police said the victim was taken to the hospital with a head injury, and the child was not hurt.

In Rockville Superior Court Tuesday, Judge Kathleen McNamara ordered Solis to not go to the victim’s home and to not have any contact with the victim.

“Mr. Solis, I’m going to issue you a protective order, sir,” McNamara said. “If you have any firearms or ammunition, you need to surrender or transfer them within 48 hours to the local police. Do you understand that?

“Yes, ma’am,” Solis replied.

He declined to comment outside the courthouse.

Solis is assigned to Troop D in Danielson and has been a trooper since 2020. State police placed him on administrative duty pending outcomes of the Vernon police and state police internal affairs investigations.

State police are also investigating a sexual assault allegation against Trooper Jose Campos in Southbury last month and after Sgt. Catherine Koeppel was charged for allegedly rear-ending another car in Brookfield on July 24.

“These investigations are currently ongoing, and we do not speak on open and active investigations,” state police wrote in a statement to News 8.

Solis is due back in court on Sept. 13.