A man appeared before the judge in Caledonia Superior Court on Tuesday for the second time in five days, and steps were taken to impede the ability to re-offend. Timothy Fenoff, 48, is currently being held at the Northeast Regional Correctional Facility. Per Judge Justin Jiron’s order, Fenoff can’t leave jail until he has a place to stay with a responsible adult. The first time Judge Jiron saw Fenoff on March 3, Fenoff pleaded not guilty to seven counts of violating court orders, and the judge ordered Fenoff to stay away from the Colonnade Inn and sent Fenoff on his way. Five days later, the Colonnade Inn is where Lyndonville Police Officer Jason Harris reported finding Fenoff hiding in a room inhabited by a woman he’s been ordered to stay away from. “I escorted Fenoff to my cruiser and advised him of his Miranda Rights. Fenoff said he didn’t remember his conditions of release and abuse prevention order, despite the fact that I arrested him for these same violations last week” noted Officer Harris. Harris took Fenoff into custody on March 2 after reportedly finding Fenoff in a vehicle with a woman he’s been ordered to have no contact with. She has a restraining order against him, and previous conditions of release also forbid contact.