A Manitowoc man is accused of stalking his Iola parents.
Curtis N. Amundson, 48, is charged with, two counts of violating a harassment injunction, one count of misdemeanor bail jumping and felony stalking.
He has been in Waupaca County Circuit Court on charges involving his family.
On April 28, 2014, Amundson was convicted of disorderly conduct. His father had been named as the victim and Amundson was prohibited from contacting him while the case was pending.
Although his attorney had requested probation, Amundson rejected that offer, according to court records. Judge Raymond Huber sentenced him to 30 days in jail.
On Aug. 25, 2014, Judge Vicki Clussman issued a restraining order against Amundson, prohibiting him from contacting his parents at home, work, school, in person, by phone, in writing or in any other way.
On Sept. 2, Amundson was charged with violating a harassment injunction. Judge Philip Kirk released Amundson from custody on a $1,000 signature bond with the conditions that he have no contact with his father and maintain absolute sobriety.
On Jan. 26, Amundson was in court again on charges of violating a harassment injunction and misdemeanor bail jumping. Clussman released him from custody on a $1,000 signature bond with the condition that he comply with the injunction.
On the evening of Feb. 10, Deputy Mark Richter was called out to the parents home in rural Iola. The father reported that Amundson had entered their home while they were out and had been drinking. He then left.
The following morning, Amundson returned to his parents’ home and Deputy Cameron Durrant was dispatched there. And ambulance was also sent to the scene because Amundson fell down and was bleeding.
Durrant reported that Amundson initially said he fell down on his face, but then began yelling at his father and accusing him of hitting him with a baseball bat.
Durrant noted there was no baseball bat anywhere near Amundson when he arrived.
On Feb. 12, Amundson appeared before Kirk, who ordered a $5,000 cash bond as a condition of his release. He remains in custody.