Officers arrested two men Tuesday evening after responding to numerous complaints about a four-wheeler being driven on First Avenue. An officer was watching for the off-road vehicle when he reported seeing it come around the corner in the middle of the street. He made eye contact with the driver, later identified at Gage A. Gough, 18, First Avenue, who reportedly then opened the throttle, peeling the tires and throwing dirt and gravel in the officer's direction in an attempt to make a U-turn. With the officer following in his cruiser, Gough reportedly kept going for about a quarter mile then pulled into a yard and tried to hide the four-wheeler before taking off on foot. The officer pursued and apprehended him while other officers arrived on the scene and called a tow truck. At that point, Craig A. Swartzlander, 30, First Avenue, was seen on the porch of the residence where Gough had tried to hide the vehicle. Swartzlander reportedly let his dog outside to keep officers from going into the yard where the four-wheeler was located and told them to tow a three-wheeler in the side yard instead. He refused to confine the dog or open the gate despite officers warning him they would shoot the dog if it bit them, according to reports. When advised he was under arrest, Swartzlander reportedly said, "No, I'm not," and went into the house, locking the door. An officer leaped over the porch railing, kicked in the door and ordered him to the floor while other officers held him at Taser-point. Gough was charged with failure to comply, obstructing official business, resisting arrest, U-turn, no operator's license, no operator's license for an off-road vehicle, display of plates, squealing tires and no motorcycle safety equipment. Swartzlander was charged with obstructing official business and resisting arrest.