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Blotter: Panic alarm set off; license plate stolen from vehicle

Where did you go?

A man reported to The Ohio University Police Department on Friday that his bicycle was stolen from the Adams Hall garage. 

An investigation is underway. 

Who set off the alarm?

Deputies were dispatched to Mill School Road on Tuesday due to a panic alarm going off. 

Deputies contacted the homeowners, who said it was a false alarm and everything was okay. 

No further action was taken.

Keep it down

Deputies were dispatched to Millfield on Tuesday due to a loud vehicle complaint. 

Upon arriving on the scene, deputies identified and arrested a man who had an active warrant. 

Why won’t you pick up?

Deputies responded to The Plains on Tuesday to a report of a phone stolen from a vehicle. 

There were no signs of forced entry or damage done to the vehicle, according to the report. 

The case is still under investigation. 

Not so fast

Deputies took a theft report on Tuesday relating to a license plate. 

The caller said his license plate was stolen off of his vehicle. 

The case is still under investigation.

Stolen Skittles

Deputies were dispatched to Piggly Wiggly on Tuesday in The Plains for a theft report.

The caller said a man stole a box of skittles without paying for them.

The case is still under investigation.

I’m going to bed!

Deputies were called to Euclid Avenue for a domestic dispute.

The caller said he and his adult daughter were in an argument, but the daughter agreed to go to bed for the evening and no further action was needed.

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