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Police Blotter: Cows found in road; Car window broken

Not Your Problem

The Athens County Sheriff’s Office received a call regarding a vehicle being operated by an unauthorized person. While talking to the caller, police determined he was not the owner of the vehicle.

Police told the caller the owner of the vehicle would have to file the report. 

Just Waiting

Deputies responded to State Route 691, in Nelsonville, in response to a report of a suspicious man sitting on the guard rail, according to the Athens County Sheriff’s Office. When deputies arrived and spoke with the man, he said he was fine and waiting for his ride. 

Deputies returned to patrol.

Busted Glass

The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Enlow Road, in Athens, regarding a broken car window. The caller said someone had shattered out his girlfriend’s car window.

No suspects or motive is known at this time. 

Careful What you Carry

The Athens County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a man with a firearm outside an apartment building in Glouster. When deputies arrived, they determined the man had left before their arrival. 

A woman said the man was a relative of hers and had been carrying a BB gun. She said he had been shooting the BB gun into the wooded area behind the building.

No further action was taken.

Moooove Out of the Road

While en route to another call, deputies discovered multiple cows in the street, on Rainbow Lake Road, according to the Athens County Sheriff’s Office. Dispatch made contact with the cows’ owner, who moved them safely away from the road.

No further action was needed.

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