Gary come home
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Monserat Ridge Road on Monday to a man yelling.
The man was yelling to look for his missing dog.
Deputies took a theft report from a house on Sandstone Terrace on Monday.
The caller said she returned back to her house after being away and found that some of her items were missing. She later saw a post on Facebook for one of her items for sale.
Deputies responded to Oakdale Road in Glouster Friday for a 911 hangup report.
The deputies spoke with the homeowner, who said that her son was upset and yelling. The son said he wished to be good for the rest of the evening.
Deputies responded to Pleasanton Road on Friday for a report of cows on the road.
Deputies found the cattle and determined that they were safely off of the road. The dispatch called local farmers to assist in corralling the cattle.
Ding dong ditch
Deputies patrolled Locust Street in Glouster on Sunday for a subject who reported that someone had knocked on her door.
Deputies patrolled the area and couldn’t locate anyone in the area.
Free of charge
Deputies responded to Monk Road in Nelsonville on Sunday for a report of criminal mischief that occurred on Saturday.
Someone unsuccessfully attempted to take a battery from a car.
Quarter pounder in the parking lot
Deputies were dispatched to a two-car crash Sunday in The Plains.
The crash occurred in the McDonald’s parking lot. Both vehicles had minor damage, but there were no injuries.
Everything is fine
Deputies were dispatched to Roy Avenue in The Plains for a well-being check.
Upon arrival, the deputies made contact with a woman who said she was fine.
If you're not first, you’re last
Deputies responded to Main Street in New Marshfield Wednesday for a reckless driver.
The caller could not give a vehicle description, but they said they heard a car “peeling out and burning rubber.”