NEW SHARON — Two people were arrested Saturday after a deputy, investigating a disturbance, was confronted with six “very intoxicated” adults who were not ready for the party to end.

Sheri Schiche, 54, was charged with disorderly conduct, refusing to submit to arrest and assault. Frank Hall, 44, was charged with disorderly conduct, refusing to submit to arrest and obstructing government administration, according to a news release from Franklin County Sheriff Scott Nichols.

The arrests came after three sheriff’s deputies responded to a request for police assistance at a Mile Hill Road residence. The report was that there was some kind of disturbance or fight.

When the officers arrived at 11:11 p.m., they found six “very intoxicated adults” who were uncooperative and belligerent toward them, the release said. There was also an indication of a possible domestic assault, but the person reported to be the victim also was uncooperative and refused to talk to the officers, according to Nichols.

All six were given a disorderly conduct warning when Schiche allegedly began speaking abusively to the officers. Cpl. Chris Chase arrested Schiche, whereupon she began kicking Chase and resisting arrest, the release said.

Then Hall allegedly entered the fray, assaulting Deputy Colt Bernhardt, who arrested Hall after a brief struggle.

Hall was released Monday from the Franklin County Jail on $500 cash bail. Schiche also was released on bail Monday with a pretrial contract.