William D. Sheets, 39, of Columbus, was charged with disorderly conduct while intoxicated related to an incident at a Foundry Street residence in East Liberty Saturday evening.
Deputies of the Logan County Sheriff’s Office responded to the home shortly before midnight on a report from Sheets that he was being attacked by several people at the property.
When deputies arrived at the residence, they found that Sheets was visibly intoxicated and said he was making non-sensical statements.
Deputies learned there had been a party at the home and also a physical altercation when several individuals reportedly had tried to stop Sheets from driving his girlfriend’s vehicle while he was intoxicated. Deputies said no one wanted to file assault charges for the incident.
Sheets was placed under arrest and transported to the Logan County Jail. Deputies said he is currently under supervised release from the Federal Parole Authority after recently being released from federal prison.
Pair issued summonses for domestic violence
Deputies responded to their residence about 9:30 a.m. on a report of a domestic dispute.
Upon arrival, deputies met with Manahan, who stated that he and his girlfriend, Abbott, had been in a verbal argument and he said she kept getting in his face, so he pushed her back. He said she then scratched at his chest and arm and then allegedly punched him in the jaw.
Manahan said he did not wish to file a report, but deputies confirmed that he had visible injuries.
Abbott had left the residence, but agreed to come home to speak with deputies. She said during the argument, Manahan had pushed her to the ground three times. She said she was trying to leave the home, but Manahan continued to argue with her, and that’s when she reportedly punched him in the jaw.