A 19-year-old man was found unconscious underneath a bench at the bottom of Morton Hill.

He was arrested for disorderly conduct and was transported to the Southeastern Ohio Regional Jail.

Don’t fall in

Resident Assistants at Sargent Hall called OUPD to report an intoxicated man Saturday in the third floor restroom. A man was found sitting on the toilet with bloodshot watery eyes, slurred speech and vomit on his clothes.

He was arrested and transported to the hospital.

Tailgate party

OUPD found a man hanging off a tailgate of a truck. He had slurred speech, was unsteady on his feet and could not say where he lived.

He was arrested for underage consumption and was transported to the Southeastern Ohio Regional Jail.

An odd workout

Deputies were dispatched to The Plains in regard to a suspicious male near the post office. A man was found carrying a backpack with a large chunk of concrete in it. He said he was carrying it for exercise purposes.

Better wrangle them up

Deputies responded to Connett Road in Nelsonville for a report of loose cattle. Deputies patrolled the area and were unsuccessful in locating the cattle. Deputies returned to patrol.

Dude, where’s my couch?

The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to a property dispute where the caller said they recently moved into their house, but a former tenant showed up and demanded their couch be returned.

The current occupant said they didn’t have that couch and they should talk to the landlord, but the previous tenant started shouting obscenities before leaving. Officers documented the incident in case the previous tenant returned. 

Snail Mail

Deputies responded to a burglary report in which the caller reported that a small amount of cash and a stamp collection had been stolen.

He believed whoever did it used a spare key because there were no signs of forced entry. The owner was advised to talk with the landlord about replacing locks. 

Urban explorer

Deputies responded to a suspicious person report on State Route 550 for a man who was inside an abandoned building.

Deputies contacted the suspect who said he was out exploring. 

Deputies told the suspect not to enter buildings that don’t belong to him. The complainant did not press charges.

Skipping work

Deputies were dispatched for a well-being check after receiving a call from a business because its employee had not been to work in two days, and they couldn’t reach her by phone.

The employee said she had been sick and will call her employer.

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