Man faces disorderly conduct charges after allegedly harassing neighbor
A Londonderry man arrested on persistent disorderly conduct charges continued his fight all the way to jail.
On Saturday, Vinton County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a complaint filed by Kayla Bennett of Nichols Road, Londonderry, against her neighbor, Patrick Holobaugh, 35. Deputies spoke with Holobaugh, who was allegedly harassing Bennett, according to a release from the sheriff’s office.
Several minutes after the deputies left the scene, Bennett called the sheriff’s office again to report the harassment was continuing.
Deputies arrested Holobaugh for persisent disorderly conduct. During the arrest, Holobaugh became combative. Deputies used a Taser to apprehend and secure Holobaugh in the cruiser, according to the report.
While in route to Southeastern Ohio Regional Jail, Holobaugh kicked out the back glass of the transport cruiser.
Several charges will be presented to the prosecuting attorney on Monday. A bond hearing is scheduled for Holobaugh on Tuesday.