Disturbance results in arrest on multiple charges

Bartholomew County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a local man on multiple charges after he was accused of entering a Hartsville residence and causing a disturbance.

Zachary Perry, 25, 440 E. County Road 650S, was arrested on charges of public intoxication, strangulation, domestic battery with a previous conviction and invasion of privacy, deputies said.

Deputies Dane Duke and Leah Burton were sent to the 100 block of East Harrison Street in Hartsville at about 11:39 p.m. Monday about a report of a suspicious person, deputies said.

A caller told deputies a male entered her home and then left the area on foot. The deputies located Perry nearby and found him to be intoxicated and walking in the roadway, deputies said.

Deputies were then told about a domestic disturbance in the area which was possibly related, deputies said.

Duke learned a female in the area had requested an ambulance for treatment of injuries resulting from Perry’s involvement, deputies said. That victim was transported to Columbus Regional Hospital for treatment.

Perry is being held without bond in the Bartholomew County Jail, jail officials said.