Former Farmington principal Christopher Webb turned himself into Washington County authorities Wednesday night.
An arrest warrant was issued for the 43-year-old Springdale man earlier Wednesday for violation of a protection order, officials said.
Original story (January 23, 7:00 p.m.):
A judge issued an arrest warrant for a high school principal who was found naked and covered in blood by authorities several months ago.
West Fork District Court confirmed the warrant was issued by Washington County on January 19th for charges stemming from a protection order violation.
It was sent to West Fork for processing this week.
Christopher Webb faces charges for domestic battery, animal cruelty and committing an offense in the presence of a child.
In July, Farmington Police found Webb naked and covered in blood, holding a woman by the throat in a bathroom at his home.
A dead dog was found in the bathtub.
Webb resigned as Farmington principal shortly after his arrest.