Gary A. Doseck, 48, at large, and Joshua T. Adkins, 34, of 820 S. Detroit St., each was served a warrant for failure to appear, and Beverly E. Arnett-Wick, 55, of 401 W. Brown Ave., Apt. 2, was charged with obstructing official business.
Officers of the Bellefontaine Police Department took the action after checking on a suspicious vehicle outside Ms. Arnett-Wick’s residence around 12:20 a.m. Saturday.
The occupants identified some of the people in Ms. Arnett-Wick’s residence.
Officers tried to gain entry to the residence, but no one would open the door. They contacted Logan County Metropolitan Housing Authority and they provided a key to enter.
Deputies of the Logan County Sheriff’s Office arrived to assist and authorities entered after announcing they were coming in.
Inside were eight people, but the only police action involved the three mentioned.
• Roderick J. Williamson, 31, of Urbana, was served Sunday with a warrant for failure to appear.
Gun-wielding woman jailed
Brandi N. Francis-Buckenroth, 30, of 605 W. Auburn Ave., was charged Sunday with having weapons under disability.
Officers were called to her residence around 3:30 a.m. regarding an ongoing argument between the defendant and her husband, Joe.
When they arrived, a .22-caliber revolver was recovered from a bedroom. Witnesses said the intoxicated woman had loaded and then unloaded the handgun.
She was lodged in the Logan County Jail.
Resident says men entered apartment building
Kyle Herford, 121 E. Brown Ave., told officers two suspects forced their way into the apartments around 2:50 a.m. Saturday in an attempted home invasion. The suspects fled empty handed.
Multiple DUS lead to man’s arrest
Nathan X. Gates, 24, of 1094 County Road 56, was arrested for driving under suspension after responding to a 4:30 p.m. Saturday dispute at Nicole Gates’ 417 Lawrence St. residence.
He had driven a pickup truck to the residence. He has been convicted five times of driving under suspension and four times for driving without a license.
He was lodged in jail.