A Ketchum man faces a charge of felony domestic battery and one misdemeanor of violation of a no-contact order following a delayed incident report filed by the alleged victim on July 5.

According to a probable-cause affidavit written by Deputy Andrew Schiers of the Blaine County Sheriff’s Office Ketchum Division, the alleged victim reported multiple incidents of domestic violence between herself and Conner Jeffery Hanenburg, 21, of Ketchum, for the past two months.

The alleged victim said she had a no-contact order against Hanenburg following a domestic battery charge against him in Idaho Falls in January, but that Hanenburg had “continually contacted [her] and eventually convinced her to let him move back in with her in Ketchum even though there was an NCO in place,” the affidavit states.

The report goes on to state that the alleged victim said that from June 25 to July 1, Hanenburg had battered her multiple times. The alleged victim also provided digital photographs of her injuries from the alleged beatings, which included images of her face red and swollen, large bruises on her left hip and right wrist and bruising on her right arm.

Hanenburg was arrested on July 11 and released from jail after posting bond on July 15. He is scheduled for an arraignment on Monday, at which time the minimum and maximum penalties for the charges will be explained and the case will be scheduled for a preliminary hearing.

In the Idaho Falls case, Hanenburg faces a misdemeanor domestic battery charge, to which he pleaded not guilty on Jan. 10. In that case he is scheduled for a pretrial conference on July 31.