The hospital had no more to say on the matter other than what was written in the criminal complaint, said Dale Witte, hospital spokesman.
Tuesday, Supreme Court Administrator Steve Canterbury filed an extraordinary complaint against Snyder with the Judicial Investigation Commission, which will investigate the incident and give a recommendation to the Supreme Court on how to proceed. The commission has several days to make a recommendation.
"It's in their hands," Canterbury said. "They'll make a recommendation to the court and go from there."
He said Snyder has not been suspended and that only the Court could make that call. The judge will remain on the bench until then.
Canterbury said to his knowledge this is the first instance of a sitting family court judge being arrested. He didn't have any comment on the arrest itself.
The judge was not yet in his office Tuesday morning when a reporter tried to reach him. He was appointed as a family court judge in 2000 and formally elected to the position in 2002, according to Daily Mail archives.
He faces up to a year in jail and/or a $500 fine if convicted of the offense. Snyder was free Tuesday on a $5,000 personal recognizance bond.