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  • Witness describes the arrest of Hector Arreola on Moss Drive

    Hector Arreola allegedly scuffled with Columbus police officers after the patrolmen responded to a call on Moss Drive. The incident occurred in Alan Tarvin's front yard, and Tarvin describes to the Ledger-Enquirer what he saw happen.

Witness describes the arrest of Hector Arreola on Moss Drive

Hector Arreola allegedly scuffled with Columbus police officers after the patrolmen responded to a call on Moss Drive. The incident occurred in Alan Tarvin's front yard, and Tarvin describes to the Ledger-Enquirer what he saw happen.
Ben Wright The Ledger-Enquirer