SALISBURY – A New Hampshire man on probation for causing a disturbance at one of the town’s two strip clubs in 2017 was arrested Sunday night and charged with causing a disturbance at the other one.

Kevin J. Corbin Jr., 34, of Bow was charged with disorderly conduct, making a false 911 call, resisting arrest and trespassing after he was ejected from Ten’s Show Club near Salisbury Beach.

At Corbin’s arraignment Monday in Newburyport District Court, he was ordered held on $500 for the new charges but was looking at possible jail time after a probation officer asked Judge Peter Doyle to hold him on a probation violation.

In late 2017, Corbin admitted he caused a disturbance at Kittens Gentleman’s Club on Bridge Road and was sentenced to a lengthy stint of probation.

Corbin faked a 911 call to avoid capture by police after he fled Ten’s, according to the probation officer. After Corbin was caught by police, he was belligerent and disrespectful.

Corbin’s court-appointed attorney, Paul Errico, denied his client was trying to throw off police with the phone, saying Corbin was being chased by a group of Ten’s employees and feared for his safety.

“It wasn’t a false call,” Errico said.

Errico admitted that Corbin struggled with alcohol and drank days earlier after being sober for nine months. He told Doyle that Corbin was a semipro football coach and volunteered at a church. He then asked Doyle to allow Corbin to live with his father in Seabrook and give him another chance to get sober.

Doyle went along with Errico’s request but told Corbin, who by this point was crying, that he would be tested regularly for alcohol use while awaiting trial.

“If you test positive for alcohol, you’re going (to detox),” Doyle said.

Corbin is due back in court Nov. 8 for a pretrial hearing.

Officers responded to Ten’s Show Club about 11 p.m. after Corbin kept trying to get back into the building after being kicked out for fighting, according to a police report. As police searched the area, Officer Patrick Szymkowski received word from the Ten’s staff that they spotted Corbin on private property behind the club.

During this time, Salisbury dispatch received a 911 call from a man who said he was abducted on Elm Street and thrown into a white F-150 pickup truck.

While this occurred, local and state police K-9 units, and other officers, set up a perimeter around the club.

It didn’t take long for Corbin to be seen by police near a large apartment complex on Beach Road. When police caught up with him, Corbin was speaking on the phone, pretending he didn’t know why police were there.

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