The Washington County Prosecutor's Office said Farmington Police arrested Christopher Webb (photo from his Facebook profile) Thursday morning on charges of aggravated assault on a family member, domestic battery, endangering the welfare of a minor and aggravated cruelty to a dog.
According to a Farmington School District website, Webb is the principal of Farmington High School.
According to an arrest report, police went to a home on Hydrangea Drive following a 911 call. When officers arrived, they say they heard screaming from inside the house.
In the report, the officer said there was blood found on the floor, stairs and walls inside the home.
Officers said they found Webb in a bathroom, holding a victim by the throat. They report there was also a dead black dog in the bathtub and a knife on the floor. According to the arrest report, two officers had to physically restrain Webb to get him into the patrol car.
The report states Webb was taken to Washington County Jail, but a source in the prosecutor's office said Webb was then taken to the hospital.