Traverse City manager charged with domestic violence
The Traverse city manager has been charged with domestic violence and two counts of attempted assault of a police officer, according to media reports.
Grand Traverse prosecutor Bob Cooney charged Traverse City Manager Jered Ottenwess with two counts of domestic violence and two counts of attempted assault against a police officer, according to UpNorthLive.com.
According to a criminal complaint released late Thursday afternoon, Ottenwess allegedly assaulted his wife and another woman at his home Feb. 16. A woman called 911 saying he had been drinking for days and his behavior was aggressive. Ottenwess also allegedly tried to assault two Traverse City police officers, the media report said.
Ottenwess was taken into custody and was receiving treatment in Grand Rapids, according to media accounts.