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Athens male wakes up covered in blood, belongings stolen in November crimes of the month

The incident was one of four Athens County Crime Solvers Anonymous crimes of the month for November. Other crimes included two separate stolen Jeep Cherokees.

In a robbery that occurred early Sunday morning, a male reported waking up in front of the Smiling Skull Saloon covered in blood with several of his belongings missing, according to the Athens County Crime Solvers Anonymous crimes of the month news release for November.

The male, who required medical treatment as a result of the incident, said the last thing he remembered was walking down West Union Street.

The Athens Police Department is seeking information about that incident, according to the news release.

A white four-door Jeep Cherokee disappeared from a parking lot at 85 N. Court St. between Thursday at 4 p.m. and Friday at 3 p.m., according to the release. The owner reported that he had locked the vehicle and was carrying the only set of keys on him at the time the vehicle disappeared.

The news release also included crimes from the Nelsonville Police Department, which is seeking information relating to a stolen vehicle and a theft.

A silver four-door Jeep Cherokee disappeared from 283 Fort St. between Thursday and Friday morning, according to the news release.

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During the weekend power tools were stolen from a construction site at 756 Lake Hope Dr., where a carpentry class from Tri-County Adult Career Center was building a house, according to the news release

After the class finished its work Friday, the power tools were secured in an on site tool trailer.

Athens County Crime Solvers Anonymous is offering a $2,000 cash reward for information leading to the arrests of people involved in each of the four incidents. Anyone with information relating to these crimes can call Crime Solvers Anonymous at 740-594-3331.


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