2 men arrested for disorderly conduct in BG


Two men were arrested over the weekend on disorderly conduct charges.

On Sunday at 2:25 a.m., Bowling Green police were called to the 100 block of West Reed Avenue for a criminal trespass report. The caller stated he was awakened by someone attempting to gain entry at the front door of his home.

When police arrived, they found Russell Gehle, 20, of Fort Recovery, sitting on the front porch. He stood up and began walking toward the back yard, according to the Bowling Green Police Division report.

Once detained, he reportedly had difficulty answering basic questions. His eyes were glassy, bloodshot and dilated, his speech was slurred, and his balance was poor, according to the report.

Officers opened his wallet to identify him and found a fictitious ID.

Gehle was taken to jail and charged with underage/under the influence, disorderly conduct/intoxicated-unable to care for self and display of fictitious ID.

He posted bond Monday.

On Sunday at 2:13 a.m., an officer was at a traffic stop in the 200 block of East Wooster Street when he heard screaming and observed a large group of people in front of a bar.

An officer reportedly saw Noah Grendzynski, 18, swing a fist and strike another man, according to the report.

Grendzynski reportedly refused police orders to put his hands behind his back. Other officers arrived and assisted in handcuffing Grendzynski.

He told officers he left the bar and was punched in the face. His speech was slurred, and he had three bar wristbands indicating he was over 21.

A fake Pennsylvania driver’s license was reportedly found in his wallet, but it was later determined he was 18.

Grendzynski, of North Ridgeville with a local address of Bowling Green State University, was arrested for obstructing official business, disorderly conduct/fighting, underage/under the influence and furnishing false information to obtain alcohol.

He posted bond Monday.

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