Most people would prefer sleeping in their bed, but sometimes you have to use your surroundings to your advantage.
The Ohio University Police Department received a call about an intoxicated man sleeping in the Grover Center lobby Saturday.
Upon arriving, the man — an Ohio University student — was unsteady on his feet, had bloodshot and glassy eyes, and smelled of alcohol. He was taken into custody for underage consumption by intoxication and was transported to Southeastern Ohio Regional Jail pending his sobriety.
I’m on a new level
OUPD responded to Wilson Hall on Saturday for a report of an intoxicated woman.
The woman, an OU student, smelled strongly of alcohol and was unable to speak “due to her level of intoxication,” according to the report. She was transported to OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital for treatment and charged with disorderly conduct by intoxication.
On Saturday at about midnight, OUPD officers observed a man stumbling into the road on Mill Street near Hocking Street.
The man, an OU student, was unable to stand on his own and did not know where he was. Since he was unable to care for himself, he was arrested for disorderly conduct by intoxication and transported to Southeastern Ohio Regional Jail, pending his sobriety.
Hard to stomach
The Athens County Sheriff's Office responded to State Route 691 for a burglary Monday.
The caller claimed her home has been entered without permission and food was missing. The console of her vehicle had also been broken.
(No) fake friends
The sheriff’s office responded to Strouds Run Road for a burglary report March 27.
The caller said she had returned home after a few days of being out of town to find her home ransacked. The woman said friends were supposedly housesitting. The incident is under further investigation.
Mail it in
On Sunday, the sheriff’s office responded to Pleasanton Road in reference to dogs running loose.
The caller said he went to get his mail. When he walked back in his yard, a black dog was growling at him. Contact was made with the owners, who were told to keep the dog on their property. The case was forwarded to the dog warden for a follow-up.
The sheriff’s office took a report by phone for a theft complaint on Friday.
The caller said he had a brown trash can that belongs to Rumpke trash company stolen from his residence. This case is pending further investigation.
The sheriff’s office received a report of a suspicious person and trespassing complaint on Truetown Road on Saturday.
Deputies met with the caller, who said they noticed a person on their porch shining a light inside the window. The suspect left in a small car that was parked nearby. Deputies patrolled the area but did not find any further suspicious activity.
The sheriff’s office responded to Mill Street in Chauncey in reference to a 911 call on Saturday.
Upon making contact at the residence, it was determined to be juveniles playing with a phone.
Get off my lawn
The sheriff’s office took a trespass complaint from Beech Road on Thursday.
The caller said a young man repeatedly came to the residence looking for someone and was told to leave the property. A no-trespass form was completed and will be held until the man is located.