An Aurora man was arrested for Interference with the Reporting of Domestic Violence and Disorderly Conduct following an incident in Sandwich on Monday.
According to the Sandwich Police Department, officers responded to an apartment in the 400 blk. of E. Hall St. at around 3:31 a.m. following reports of screaming.
Upon arrival, officers found that 32-year-old Kyle Lohmiller of 2nd Ave. was allegedly arguing with the victim, who told officers she was alarmed by his behavior.
The victim told Lohmiller that she was going to walk to the Sandwich Police Department to report the incident, after which he allegedly moved closer to her in proximity to the door.
Lohmiller also allegedly grabbed the victim's cell phone off of a table when she told him that she was going to call the police.
Lohmiller allegedly told officers that he was under the influence of cocaine at the time of the incident; officers did not find any contraband upon a search of Lohmiller's person.
Officers arrested Lohmiller for Interference with the Reporting of Domestic Violence and Disorderly Conduct and transported him to the Sandwich Police Department for booking procedures.
Lohmiller posted bond and was released with an Oct. 24 court date.
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