Three local teens walking on Route 68 just before daybreak Tuesday were arrested on multiple charges.
The Logan County Sheriff's Office and Bellefontaine Police Department responded to several 911 calls from drivers regarding pedestrians on 68 north of Bellefontaine near Cherokee Run Landfill around 5:30 a.m.
Initially, Michael Bean-Breaston (pictured left), 19, of 555 Newell Street, Apt. 41, Bellefontaine, Aushele Sarver (pictured right), 18, of 13938 Blue Jacket Path, Lakeview, and Shayla Rockhold (pictured left below), 18, of 1882 State Route 47 West, Bellefontaine, were riding in a vehicle.
Deputies report that Bean-Breaston and Sarver got into a dispute inside the car.
The unnamed driver pulled away after the three teens exited the vehicle.
While walking along 68, Bean-Breaston and Sarver kept arguing.
Bean-Breaston was charged with underage consumption, obstructing justice, and persistent disorderly conduct.
Sarver was charged with underage consumption and persistent disorderly conduct.
Rockhold fled into nearby woods in the 700 block of County Road 57.
After being flushed out of the woods, Rockhold was charged with persistent disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
All three teens were lodged in the Logan County Jail.
No one was injured.