MCCORDSVILLE, Ind. (WISH) - A Hancock County deputy was arrested early Sunday morning following a domestic dispute in McCordsville.
Scott Roeger, 33, of Greenfield, was arrested at a home on a warrant and preliminarily charged with felony residential entry, criminal mischief and intimidation.
Court documents say around 2:15 a.m. Sunday, police were dispatched to the 8900 block of North White Tail Trail on a report of a disturbance.
The female resident told police Roeger walked in her house and became angry because she had another male guest at her home. He punched the door to a bedroom, found the man in the room, and began to break things. He then went down the stairs and started punching pictures on the wall.
The resident told him to leave and Roeger told the man in the home that "he didn't know what he had gotten himself into" and that he was "done for."
After police were called, Roeger left the home in a silver Pontiac.
The woman told police her and Roeger had a relationship and were having problems. According to court documents, when the woman told Roeger she had plans that didn't involve him, he became angry.
The woman told police she believes Roeger used a plastic card to unlock the door, as he did not have a key or her garage code.
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