A former Clovis police officer, facing charges for domestic violence, is under arrest again.
34-year-old Kyle Pennington was taken into custody late Wednesday afternoon by Sanger Police.
He's now under investigation for allegedly violating a restraining order.
That order was issued by a judge to keep him away from the victim in the case.
Pennington was first arrested back in June at his home in Sanger, after he and his girlfriend had a fight. He was charged with domestic violence and false imprisonment.
People in Sanger are talking about Pennington's arrest. They were surprised by the first, and even more so by the second arrest.
"He didn't learn the first time. It's terrible he's living amongst us in the community. He's a policeman, he should know better," said David Diaz of Parlier.
"You have to trust in law enforcement that they're going to do what's right. And to hear twice they've done the same thing, it's kind of a big deal," said Amy Rodriguez of Sanger.
Pennington resigned from the Clovis Police Department at the end of June, three weeks after his arrest.
Pennington is scheduled to appear in court Thursday morning on the domestic violence charges.