TIFFIN, OH — According to police reports, a Tiffin woman was arrested Saturday after she allegedly attacked Seneca County Sheriff’s Office deputies and caused “serious harm.”
Police say Holly L. Fetzer, 46, of Tiffin, was arrested and charged with three counts of felony assault, three counts of felony assault on a peace officer, one count of misdemeanor intoxication with a weapon, one count of misdemeanor resisting arrest, and misdemeanor persistent disorderly conduct.
Court records show that the Sheriff’s deputies were originally called out to Fetzer’s residence on S. CR 19, after a caller had reported a woman “lying in the middle of the road.” Upon arriving, it immediately became clear to deputies that Fetzer was intoxicated.
Fetzer started telling the deputies she “wanted to die” and requested that they take her gun away from her and use it to kill her, according to court records.
Deputies obviously declined that request from Fetzer, telling her she needed to go with them to get a mental health evaluation. Deputies said that after telling her that, Fetzer allegedly climbed up the wall of her house, grabbed a mounted firearm, and started yelling, cursing, and fighting with the deputies.
Fetzer’s blood alcohol content level was 0.197, according to court records. Fetzer was booked into Seneca County Jail.
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