Police reported finding narcotics when they responded to 911 call that a woman had attempted suicide.
Brittni B. Thebo, 23, Clintonville, is charged with disorderly conduct as an act of domestic abuse, and one count each of possession of narcotics, marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
On July 18, a 911 caller said his girlfriend was suicidal and had cut her arm with a knife.
Dispatch spoke to the woman, identified as Thebo, who said she had not cut herself very deeply.
When Deputy Bryan Strobusch arrived at the scene, Clintonville police and ambulance personnel were already there.
Paramedics indicated the cuts were not bad and would not require medical attention.
Strobusch noticed five white pills on the garage floor and questioned Thebo about them. She identified the pills as Vicodin.
The boyfriend told police that he and Thebo had been arguing about Thebo’s ongoing drug problems. He had told her to leave his apartment.
Thebo started packing her things, then allegedly went into the garage to take more pills. The boyfriend tried to take the pills out of Thebo’s mouth and she bit his finger, according to the criminal complaint.
Thebo then locked herself in the bathroom, where she allegedly cut herself.
Thebo told police she was not suicidal, but had cut herself for attention, the complaint says. She also accused her boyfriend of strangling her to the point of unconsciousness and dragging her across the floor, police say.