According to a UConn police report, Miles was served with a restraining order on Monday at about 8 p.m. The order stated that Miles "shall refrain from having any contact in any manner with the protected party."
At about 8:16 p.m., according to the report, Miles was alleged to have violated the order by placing a phone call to the protected party. He was arrested and released later that night after posting a $2,500 surety bond.
Miles is due in court on Tuesday.
While the incident may not appear to be severe, it has to be a bit troubling for the Huskies. Miles, 20, attended five high schools in four years, and coach Jim Calhoun had a well-publicized battle with athletic director Jeff Hathaway just to get Miles admitted into the school.
The Huskies' program, of course, is still smarting from the alcohol-related arrests last year of current junior Jerome Dyson and Doug Wiggins, who has since transferred to UMass.