A rural Bellefontaine man was arrested on multiple charges after an alcohol-related disturbance near his home early Sunday morning.
Tate Peterson (pictured), 22, of 4214 County Road 55, was threatening to harm himself with a shotgun in the Mt. Zion Cemetery Sunday around three a.m. after a series of events at Indian Lake.
Late Saturday, Peterson and another patron were asked to leave Froggy's, 11065 Township Road 293, Lakeview.
After Peterson left the bar, he was stopped by the Russells Point Police Department and charged with OVI.
He was transported to the Logan County Jail and released to a family member.
After returning home, Peterson went to the cemetery.
Family members attempted to contact Peterson by phone, but he was uncooperative.
Peterson then walked to his sister's residence (Breanna Boysel) in Zanesfield.
After giving the shotgun to his brother-in-law, Peterson fell asleep on the floor.
The Logan County Sheriff's Office responded and charged Peterson with a felony count of inducing panic and misdemeanor counts of resisting arrest and possession of weapons while intoxicated.
He was lodged in the Logan County Jail.
No one was injured.