PD: Off-duty officer arrests man following wife

Posted at 2:22 PM, Apr 15, 2016

An off-duty police officer arrested a suspect at gunpoint in his driveway Friday after the man allegedly followed the officer's wife home, Akron police stated.

The 29-year-old Akron woman called her husband when Andrew I. Hayes, 38, allegedly followed her car after she left a gym at around 6 a.m. and pulled his Toyota Corolla up next to her and yelled, according to police. 
Honking her horn to get attention, the woman continued to drive to her home, off South Arlington street.
When she pulled into her driveway, her husband was waiting.
Hayes get out of his car and approached the officer, who ordered Hayes to the ground at gunpoint, police stated. When Hayes tried to back away, the officer took him to the ground and attempted to handcuff him, according to authorities.
A struggle ensued and a neighbor assisted the officer in handcuffing the suspect, police stated.
Hayes, of North Canton, is charged with menacing, criminal trespassing and resisting arrest. He was booked into the Summit County Jail.