A city woman was arrested on multiple charges after she allegedly whipped her son with a hanger Thursday after school.
Ashley Ogula (pictured), 28, of 121 North St. Paris Street, was upset because Desmond Mundy, 10, had bad grades and failed to tell her about parent/teacher conferences.
The Bellefontaine Police Department reports that Mundy had welt marks on his left forearm.
Moments after the whipping, Ogula left her residence to go to the store.
Desmond then returned to Western Intermediate and reported the incident.
The school contacted Logan County Children's Services.
A case worker went to Ogula's home to investigate the claim.
Ashley then left her residence and went inside Western Intermediate and started yelling and cursing at staff members.
The principal's secretary called 911, prompting police to respond.
Ogula told police that she whipped Mundy with a belt, not a hanger.
She was charged with endangering children and domestic violence and lodged in the Logan County Jail.
Mundy was placed in the care of his grandmother.