Sandusky police tried to give a Sandusky woman a chance to work things out with male acquaintance, but arrested her after she refused to quit arguing with him Sunday morning.
Tracy Gochenour, 28, 100 block of Tyler St., was charged with persistent disorderly conduct for the incident.
Sandusky officers responded to Gochenour's residence at 4:44 a.m. after a call in which she reportedly requested they force her male acquaintance to leave her house.
The male acquaintance, who was not charged, reportedly lives with Gochenour and was allegedly trying to go to sleep and finish talking with her in the morning, but she refused to let him go to bed.
Both parties refused to leave the house and officers told the two further action could be taken against both of them if the officers had to return to their address.
As the officers left, they heard Gochenour yelling at her male acquaintance again.
They returned and told her to put on her shoes because she was under arrest.
She was transported on station, served her charge and was released on bond.