GREENWICH — Two Greenwich men were taken to the Huron County Jail last week in connection with separate incidents within two days involving village police officers.
Robert W. Hale, 48, of 2 E. Main St., is accused of yelling profanities at the police station about 10:30 p.m. Christmas Day for an unknown reason, Chief Steve Dorsey said.
The man ran when Officer Aaron Smith came out of the building to confront him.
“He may have gotten a half a block,” Dorsey said.
Hale was arrested and charged with obstructing official business, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was released from custody the next day.
On Dec. 26, Charles Wireman, 25, of 40 W. Main St., is accused of attempting to leave the police station after being interviewed about being a suspect who threatened someone, Dorsey said.
When Officer Jeremy Rising told Wireman he was under arrest, the suspect said he wasn’t going to jail, the chief continued. Rising then placed Wireman into custody on resisting arrest and aggravated menacing charges and transferred him to the jail.
Wireman is serving 60-day jail sentence on the two charges.