Storm R. Ince, 23, of Harvard.

A man who was charged with severely injuring a cat and attacking a woman in Harvard has been arrested again after allegedly violating his bond conditions.

The Harvard Police Department was called around 1:30 a.m. February 13 to the 1400 block of Northfield Court in Harvard.

A criminal complaint filed in McHenry County Circuit Court alleged Storm R. Ince, 23, of Harvard, caused bodily harm to a female, who is a family or household member.

Ince struck the woman with a closed fist on her head, legs and arms, the complaint said. The woman was not seriously injured.

The complaint also said Ince intentionally committed an act that caused a companion animal to be harmed.

Harvard Police Chief Tyson Bauman said the animal, a cat, was severely injured.

It is unknown exactly what Ince used or did to cause harm to the animal, Bauman said.

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McHenry County Department of Health Community Information Coordinator Lindsey Salvatelli confirmed that McHenry County Animal Control responded to the scene.

Animal control officers took possession of the cat, who was “not stable and care is ongoing,” Salvatelli said last month.

Officers also found Ince had produced 21 cannabis sativa plants inside his residence, a criminal complaint said.

Officers arrested Ince and transported him to the McHenry County Jail.

He was charged with one count of aggravated cruelty to animals, two counts of domestic battery, producing cannabis plants and attempting to manufacture or deliver cannabis.

McHenry County Judge Kevin Costello ordered Ince held on a $25,000 bond. He was also ordered to have no contact with the victim

Ince was released after someone posted 10% of his bond on February 15.

He was arrested again on Wednesday after being charged with two counts of violation of an order of protection and one count of violation of bail bond, court records show.

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A criminal complaint said Ince made contact with the victim of the domestic battery by calling her on February 22 despite having been served with an order of protection barring him from communicating with her.

A separate criminal complaint said Ince also called the victim on February 15 in violation of his bond conditions and the order of protection.

Ince was ordered held Wednesday on a $6,000 bond for the new charges. He was released the same day of his arrest after posting 10%.

A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Friday.