Menlo Park developer David D. Bohannon II was arrested Oct. 17 on suspicion of attempting to contact the alleged victim of a previous domestic dispute by text and email, while a no-contact emergency protective order was in effect, according to Menlo Park police.
This was his second arrest since Oct. 12, when he was arrested on suspicion of domestic assault. He was released from San Mateo County jail Oct. 13 after posting $25,000 bail.
Menlo Park police spokesperson Nicole Acker said Mr. Bohannon allegedly texted and emailed the victim on Monday, Oct. 17, and the victim then reported the actions to the police.
Mr. Bohannon was then cited and released from jail.
The restraining order is in effect until at least the scheduled court hearing on Wednesday, Nov. 16, according to the San Mateo County Superior Court office, and could be extended.
Mr. Bohannon is president and CEO of the David D. Bohannon Organization, which is currently overseeing the construction of the Menlo Gateway hotel and offices in eastern Menlo Park. He was president/chairman of the Menlo Park Chamber of Commerce in 2014, according to the Menlo Park Historical Association. The Bohannon family has been a major developer and real estate force in Menlo Park and the Peninsula since the 1930s.
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