A man was shot with a Taser and a suspected methamphetamine laboratory was located in a vehicle parked at a Bloomville residence Sunday.
According to a Seneca County Sheriff's Office report, a first-block Kohler Street woman reported at 4:55 a.m. Sunday there was a car in her driveway with four occupants in it, and she did not know who they were.
Three deputies responded to the incident, according to the report.
Jeffrey P. Holsinger, 32, of Clyde, was charged with possession of a dangerous drug, a first-degree misdemeanor; obstruction, a second-degree misdemeanor; and drug paraphernalia, a fourth-degree misdemeanor, according to Seneca County Sheriff's Office.
He was being held in Seneca County Jail Sunday on multiple felony warrants through Sandusky County, according to the sheriff's office.
The report states a deputy had to break the driver's side window of the vehicle due to Holsinger refusing to roll down the window or open the car door. He ran from the deputy and was shot with a Taser, it states.
A man was taken to Mercy Tiffin Hospital to be medically cleared, according to the report.
Drug paraphernalia was found on Holsinger's person, and a suspected methamphetamine laboratory was located in the trunk of the vehicle, a sheriff's office spokesman said.
A woman also was taken to the jail and later was transported to Sandusky County. Further information about the woman not available Sunday night.