A stolen puppy report led officers to arrest a city man on multiple felony warrants Tuesday afternoon around five o'clock.
Earlier in the day, Jason Wilson (pictured), 20, of 229 North Detroit Street, Apt. 2, allegedly sold a puppy for $25 to neighbor Jacob Smith, 30, of 225 North Detroit Street, Apt. 8.
Smith said that a female from Wilson's residence, Cynthia Outram, 20, took the puppy away from a child.
The Bellefontaine Police Department responded and found Wilson at his home.
After officers led him outside, Wilson attempted to confront Smith.
Wilson was served warrants for two counts of trafficking in drugs and single counts of felonious assault, robbery, theft, possession of criminal tools, and failure to appear.
He was lodged in the Logan County Jail.
Outram was not charged. Police continue their investigation.
Officers did not say if the stolen puppy was returned to Smith.
In February, Wilson and Outram were arrested for robbing a West Liberty man.
Officers from West Liberty and Bellefontaine arrested Wilson and Outram without incident at 415 Garfield Avenue.
Wilson and Outram were each charged with robbery, which is a second-degree felony.
They were lodged in the Logan County Jail.
Judd Clem was robbed and assaulted at his 121 Washington Street residence in late January.
Clem suffered significant facial injuries.
He told officers that three named suspects assaulted him. He said one of the suspects removed a large amount of cash and a cell phone.
Clem was treated and released at Mary Rutan Hospital.