The Hillsboro Police Department made arrests over the weekend ranging from charges of trespassing to inducing panic.
On Saturday shortly after 6 a.m., police received a call of a disturbance involving several individuals on Adams Street, and upon arrival officers found an individual identified as Toyia Scott, who ignored officer commands to stop walking away from the officer.
Police said it was determined that Scott had arrived at the residence on Adams Street and made threats to a resident there, while refusing to leave. She was arrested for resisting arrest, obstructing official business, bench warrant and aggravated trespassing. She was transported to the Highland County Justice Center.
A short time later, at 6:22 a.m., police responded to Highland District Hospital for a report of a man with a gun in the parking lot banging on the emergency room door and screaming.
The man, identified as Ronald Gilley, was taken into custody without incident, police said. He was later transported to the Highland County Justice Center and charged with inducing panic, a first-degree misdemeanor. He was held under standard bond, said police.
At 4:30 p.m. Sunday, an officer on patrol witnessed a male dresed in camo pants and black shirt acting suspicious in the alleny next to the Parker House. The officer never observed him leave the alleny, and patrolled the area looking for him.
Upon inspection of a doorway in the alley, the door was found unlocked and there was a footprint in the dirt, said police. Two officers then searched the building and found an individual identified as Bradley Knisley in the building. He was arrested for trespassing.