Back-to-back domestic disturbances early Monday morning sent two people to jail — a man who was shot twice with Tasers in one incident and a 17-year-old girl in the other incident.

Rodrigo Hernandez, 45, was booked into the Brown County Jail on a terroristic threat charge after an incident that happened shortly before 2 a.m. in the 1100 block of Victoria, jail records state.

Shianne Bullard, 17, was booked on charges of assault and resisting arrest following a 3 a.m. incident in the 300 block of Bluffview, records state.

Officer Patrick Sloan was dispatched at 1:41 a.m. to a report of a domestic argument in progress in the 1100 block of Victoria. A 48-year-old woman and a 25-year-old woman met Sloan as he was getting out of his patrol car. The older woman said her boyfriend had come home intoxicated and threatened her with a pistol.

Sloan and officer Mike Clark saw a man standing on the porch, watching them. He started to walk away, and refused the officers’ repeated commands to get on the ground, Sloan’s report states.

Clark deployed his Taser, and the man fell and rolled on his side after the probes hit his mid-section. When the man disregarded the officers’ commands to roll onto his stomach and put his hands behind his back, Clark deployed his Taser a second time and the man complied, Sloan’s report states.

Sloan was also involved in the 3 a.m. incident. A woman told officers her daughter had assaulted her, and Sloan and Sgt. Tracey Delgado found the girl walking nearby. She said she was having “a bad day,” Sloan’s report states.

The girl resisted officers’ efforts to take her into custody and was placed in a patrol car “thrashing and kicking,” Sloan’s report states. The girl banged her head against the partition between the seats, but calmed down after Delgado threatened to use a Taser.

In other incidents:

Officer Johnny Jackson was at the police department Saturday when he heard a dispatcher yell in the hallway that there was a fight outside. Jackson heard a woman screaming that her daughters were fighting each other, and a 14-year-old girl came inside with blood on her face.

After sorting through the incident, Jackson arrested Christina Gomez, 18, of Bangs on an assault charge. The fight happened inside a vehicle as someone prepared to go visit a man in jail.

Someone took a color graphics scanner and a laptop computer from Complete Auto Repair, 1712 Belle Plain. Officer Danny Hutchins was dispatched to Wal-Mart Friday on a report that a small dog had been left in a car with its windows rolled up in 93-degree heat.

A witness told Hutchins the dog had been in the car for at least 30 minutes. A woman pushing a shopping cart approached the car and said she had left the dog for five minutes while she went inside to buy a birthday cake. The woman said she left the window up so the dog would not bark at people. Hutchins wrote in his report that he will seek a warrant for animal cruelty.

A man told police his wife woke up at 5:15 a.m. and heard someone trying to get in their house in the 900 block of Gifford. The woman saw someone outside and closed the window so he could not get in.

The man realized the person had been in their attached garage and had helped himself to two beers in a refrigerator.

Police are investigating weekend vehicle burglaries.

Officer Chandra Geis was dispatched to the 2200 block of First, where a man told her a suitcase filled with clothing and a smaller bag were taken from the back of his pickup.

After Geis took the report and drove away, she saw a pile of clothing and two bags that had been dumped in an alley. The man identified the property as his. Geis also took additional reports:

2200 block of Elizabeth — vehicle entered, but nothing taken.

1800 block of First — brief case taken from a vehicle. The brief case was found in a nearby yard.

1900 block of First — wallet taken from a vehicle, and found in a nearby yard; a CD case with computer software taken from another vehicle; and a third vehicle entered, but nothing taken.