Anytime a party violates the terms of an order, the damaged/offended party has the right to file a complaint for contempt against the violating party. Thus, if the terms of the consent you are referring to were contained within your divorce decree, you can take him to court for contempt of that order.
The question as to whether you can pursue a warrant for vandalism should be posed to a police officer.
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This question sounds very much like one posted very recently. The advice is the same. See a lawyer right away to determine if there is a good remedy under the decree. I think this is pretty likely NOT to be a criminal matter, and I suspect the police and criminal courts would steer you back, as theys hould, to your divorce lawyer. Your remedies will be dictated mostly by the language of the court order.
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Weather or not he is arrested will be up to a judge. However, it sounds like you might have a case. You need to go down to the magistrate court in your county and fill out a "warrant application" then the judge will set a hearing and decide if he has broken the law. Good luck.
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