Two men were arrested on domestic violence charges at the East Gardens apartment complex within about 13 hours of one another on Saturday, Aug. 23.
Police were first called to an apartment in East Gardens at 8:36 am, when Christian Nicole Maney, 20, reported her husband, Shawn, 27, had thrown her to the floor.
It is not known if she suffered injuries as a result of being thrown.
The officer stated in his report, “In going into the apartment, I observed that the door to the bedroom had extensive damage to it. I spoke with the husband, who denied any contact with his wife.
“Based on the wife’s statement and the damage in the apartment, the husband was arrested and transported to CCNO (Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio).”
In addition to the domestic violence charge, police also found a glass jar containing marijuana, a marijuana grinder, and a “one-hitter” marijuana pipe in the residence, resulting in charges of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia against Shawn Maney.
Police also charged Maney with criminal damaging of property for allegedly damaging the bedroom door.
He was charged with endangering children, for allegedly participating in such behavior within the vicinity of children.
Maney was released from CCNO on his own recognizance.
In an Aug. 25 hearing in Western District Court, he entered not-guilty pleas. A hearing was set for Sept. 16.
Police were also called to a report of a fight at East Gardens about 5:18 pm.
When officers arrived, they separated two men, Tyler James Shellenbarger, 21, Archbold, and his brother, Damian Jacob Shellenbarger, 19, East Gardens.
Police spoke to both parties.
During the investigation, it was revealed that one brother had threatened the other brother over treatment of a girlfriend, and the two began to scuffle.
Officers observed that Tyler had suffered minor injuries, so they arrested Damian and transported him to the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio.
Damian was released from CCNO on his own recognizance on Aug. 26.
In a court hearing that day, he entered a not-guilty plea.