The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Roy Avenue in The Plains, regarding a woman’s car being broken into. When deputies arrived on the scene, the woman said her car window was broken and a few items were stolen.
Deputies filed a report and gathered evidence. This case is still under investigation.
Deputies responded to New England Road regarding a report of individuals possibly stealing wires from an abandoned house, according to the sheriff’s office. When deputies contacted the individual at the house, they discovered the individual was a family member of the property owner. No crime was found to be committed.
The sheriff’s office received a call saying a gate chain had been cut and locked again. The caller also said a tree on their property had been cut down.
When deputies arrived, the caller said they had discovered it was a utility company who had entered their property and they no longer needed assistance.
The sheriff’s office responded to The Plains regarding a neighbor complaint. The caller said her neighbor was consistently playing loud music as well as revving his car’s engine. She said she asked him to stop multiple times, but he refused and further attempted to intimidate her when she passed by.
Deputies talked to the neighbor about the noise and intimidation complaints. He said he had not made any loud noises or made contact with the woman.
Both parties were told to avoid interaction with each other, and both agreed.
The sheriff’s office responded to Radford Road in The Plains, regarding a suspicious persons report. When deputies arrived, they were unable to locate the reported person.