You’ve got mail
A Deputy received a report from a Coolville resident on Friday regarding a changed address.
The woman who reported this said her address had been changed through the post office without her knowledge.
The post office said the complaint was forwarded to the Postal Inspector’s Office.
Running away with it
Deputies received a theft report on Sunday, Feb. 9 from a man from The Plains.
He reported that someone used his bank account to pay a Sprint Bill.
People’s Bank is looking into this report, but he wanted to file a report to the Sheriff’s Office.
Just the one?
A deputy responded to Industrial Avenue on Feb. 5 for a theft report.
A side mirror on a vehicle outside was taken. Some of the other vehicles on the lot had also been tampered with.
Come on dad!
Deputies responded to Nelsonville on Feb. 7 for a report from a woman who reported that her father had disconnected her power.
The account for her property was in her father’s name.
The father was told that once his daughter had her power restored, he could be charged for tampering with the electricity
A deputy took a report on Feb. 7 of a child leaving school early.
The student was located at his house in Athens after the report.
It’s gone! Wait…
Deputies were called to Union Lane in The Plains on Feb. 8 for a theft report.
The caller said someone had stolen his bike. Before deputies arrived, he found the bike and told the deputies that he no longer needed their assistance.
Deputies were called by a man in Chauncey who had found a dog walking on State Route 550.
The man said he picked the dog up because he was afraid of it getting hit. The dog’s owner’s information was found on the dog’s tag.
The deputy took the dog to the owner and it was returned.