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    Boyfriend of Missing Woman Violated Restraining Order: Police
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    Gregory Erhardt is accused of violating a restraining order Nina Coe had against him.

    The boyfriend of a Middletown woman who has been missing since mid-July has been charged with violating a restraining order she has against him.

    Police took Gregory Erhardt, 55, of Middletown, into custody on July 30 and charged him with criminal violation of a restraining order earlier in the month.

    Coe has been missing since July 15, according to the Silver Alert.

    She disappeared after a dentist appointment and family members who had been in constant contact with Coe became concerned when two days passed and they could not reach her.

    Police have been searching for Coe for weeks and said there are concerns because she suffers from alcohol dependency and might need immediate medical attention.

    According to a Silver Alert issued last month, Coe is also dependent on pain medication and has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

    Coe stands 5 feet 2 inches tall, weighs 130 pounds and has brown hair and blue eyes. Police said she wears glasses and has a tattoo on one leg and a scar on the right side of her neck.

    Police are asking anyone with information on Coe's whereabouts to call 860-638-4000.

    Erhardt remains in police custody on the restraining order violation charge and has not posted bond.