Timothy Henneman was arrested for improper use of emergency services and disorderly conduct.
A fifteen pound Shih Tzu is the dog behind the bark that brought Toledo Police to Redwood Avenue.
Henneman called 9-1-1 eight times on Wednesday night all because a small dog named Beautiful was outside barking in the yard across the street.
Police said Henneman told the 9-1-1 operator that if police don't do something about the dog, he would shoot it.
Police arrived and asked the dog's owner to take the animal inside. Laness Mitchell did just that. She said she put the dog out to use the bathroom 30 minutes earlier.
Mitchell said the new dog is a gift from her brother. She said she didn't know her neighbor was arrested until the next day.
"I just went back into the house and laid down," Mitchell said. "If all of the commotion when on, I didn't hear it. I didn't know about it until my child's father told me. They said you know he got arrested. I said well that's karma. He shouldn't have called the police on me for something that stupid. Instead of just saying ma'am she's kind of loud can you please take her in."
Now we talked to other neighbors who say Mr. Henneman is a hard working man who works early hours.
The situation escalated quickly when other neighbors come out and started defending him.
The police report says Henneman was screaming and swearing at the officers. This is what led to his arrest.
Henneman will appear again in court with his lawyer on May 29.