Continental disaster

The Athens Police Department responded to Holiday Inn on Nov. 27 for a report about a man “destroying the kitchen.”

Over $101 of miscellaneous breakfast food was also stolen. The man was arrested for theft and criminal mischief.

Woah, Rambo

Athens County Sheriff’s Office’s deputies were called to Hogue Hollow Road Monday to assist during a medical emergency.

They responded to a man who had cut his hand with a machete. He was transported by Athens County EMS for medical treatment.

A comedian, huh

Deputies responded to Alderman Road on Monday for a woman who was worried about some text messages she received.

After the deputies reviewed the messages, they found that they were likely pranks.

Terror on two wheels

Deputies responded to State Route 78 on Nov. 26 about a caller who said that a man had pushed him off of his bike.

EMS was called but they could not find any injuries. The case is still under investigation.

You need parents’ approval

Deputies responded to Waterloo Township on Nov. 26 for a report of trespassing.

The caller said her adult daughter’s boyfriend was on the property, but she did not want her there. The boyfriend left to avoid conflict between his girlfriend and her mother. The daughter lived in a different building on the same property, so it was determined to be a civil matter.

The wild, wild west

Deputies respond to Carter Road in Shade on Nov. 26 for a report of horses and donkeys running loose on the caller’s property.

Deputies identified the animal’s owner and got them to get the animals. They were also encouraged to report further incidents if they persisted.

Only the necessities

Deputies responded to Chauncey on Nov. 26 for an inactive theft report.

The caller said that someone had taken their wheelbarrow and bolt cutters. A report was taken.

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