The following incidents were investigated by the Ellsworth Police Department May 8-15.
Two arrested after screaming match
Officers received a non-emergency welfare check request call from a woman on a cellphone at 2:26 p.m. May 9. Police heard the woman scream in the background "don't touch me."
Upon arrival at an apartment complex in the 300 block of Main Street, police could hear a 28-year-old woman screaming loudly. When the officers entered the apartment she was crying and screaming. Timothy Huppert, 44, Ellsworth, the woman's boyfriend, told police to leave. Upon speaking with the woman, she said the two had an argument that resulted in connecting foreheads because they had overslept and her child was hungry and crying. After connecting foreheads and screaming at each other, Catlin attempted to call the police, but Huppert allegedly swatted the phone out of her hand. She said she didn't want anything done, but just wanted Huppert out of the house for the day.
Huppert was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct for slapping the phone out of the woman's hand. He was transported to Pierce County Jail without incident. Multiple people were in the apartment, including Michael Morin, 52, Ellsworth, who had a probation warrant for his arrest. Morin was transported to the Pierce County Jail without incident.
17 over the speed limit
Colton Ryan, 17, Bay City was cited for speeding after an officer pulled him over for going 42 mph in a 25 mph zone at 7:17 a.m. May 8 on Grant Street.
Texting and driving leads to arrest
Matthew Regenscheid, 27, Bay City, was pulled over after the officer saw his head down and hands off the steering wheel when passing the officer on Business Way and County Road C in Ellsworth at 4:37 p.m. May 9. After pulling Regenscheid over, Regenscheid said he had his license revoked for alcohol related offenses. Regenscheid was transported to jail for OAR.
Sofa dumped behind Subway
An officer was asked to check on a possible dumped sofa behind Subway at 5 p.m. May 10. The officer located the sofa and located a vehicle which did not have current registration and appeared inoperable. The officer was unable to locate the owners of the couch or vehicle and made contact with the property owner to take care of the violations.
Look both ways
A man was crossing North Maple Street in his electric chair at 11:50 a.m. May 14 to go to the Atrium. The man did not yield and was nearly struck. Officers made contact with the Atrium to advise what happened.