Archbold police recently arrested two people on charges of domestic violence.
A 16-year-old Archbold boy was arrested on a charge of juvenile delinquency by way of domestic violence in an incident that occurred at the home of Derrick Woodward, in the Fox Chase Manufactured Housing Community, the night of Saturday, June 25.
Police are releasing few details, but the victim in the case is described as a 14- year-old Archbold boy. He suffered “apparent minor injuries.”
Police were called to the residence about 10:05 pm and obtained written statements from all those involved. The officer said in his report he spoke with two individuals, “then I placed a call to juvenile probation.”
As a result, the 16-year-old was taken into custody and transported to the Northwest Ohio Juvenile Detention Facility.
APD officers arrested Azhuer Jay Wissink, 34, also a resident of the Fox Chase community, about 4 am, Tuesday, June 28, on a domestic violence charge.
In their report, officers said they were dispatched to the residence on a report of “an intoxicated subject that was out of control.”
When officers arrived, they spoke with Suzanne Slaten, 67, same address, the alleged victim.
“After speaking with the victim, it was determined she had been assaulted by her son,” the report states.
“After a lengthy discussion with the suspect, we were able to make entry and make an arrest for domestic violence.”
In a hearing in Western District Court, Wissink entered a not-guilty plea. He was released on his own recognizance.
Alejandro Martinez Ayala, 47, Archbold, who was arrested Sunday, June 26, on a domestic violence charge, appeared in court.
A Western District Court spokesman confirmed that the domestic violence charge was reduced to disorderly conduct.
Court records indicate he entered a guilty plea to the reduced charge. He was fined $75 plus $78 in court costs, and was sentenced to one day at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio.
He was also ordered to perform 10 hours of community service.