A New Port Richey man’s apology, which included roses and a wedding proposal, landed him in jail Tuesday.
Nicholas Ceccarini III, 39, was arrested and charged with violating a domestic violence injunction, according to the Pasco Sheriff’s Office.
Monday morning, Ceccarini, of 5153 Drift Tide Drive, New Port Richey, went to the woman’s place of employment, Connerton Elementary School in Land O’ Lakes and placed 10 signs on the school’s property with her name and an apology. Also depicted on the signs was a wedding proposal, according to deputies.
In addition, he left a vase with a dozen roses at the school’s front office.
On Saturday, Ceccarini was served with a domestic violence injunction, which prohibits him from coming within 500 feet of the woman’s home or place of employment, which is why he was arrested.
He was identified on the school’s surveillance system by authorities and the woman.
Ceccarini remains in the Land O’ Lakes Jail with no bond.