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Police Blotter: Stolen car found; catalytic converter reported stolen

No fight here

Deputies from the Athens County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to Millfield after receiving a report of an active fight. 

The fight was over when deputies arrived and the issue was resolved. Deputies returned to patrol. 

Hey that’s mine!

The Sheriff's Office dispatched deputies to Fisher Road in Athens in response to a case of breaking and entering. 

Upon arrival, a man told deputies someone had entered a home he owned and stolen property. 

The case is under investigation.  

Quiet down

Deputies responded to West Second Street in The Plains on report of a noise complaint, according to the Athens County Sheriff's Office. 

The units sat stationary in the area but did not observe any loud noise and returned to patrol. 

Hunting season

The Athens County Sheriff's Office responded to State Route 144 in Coolville after receiving a report of suspicious activity. The male caller stated there were people on his neighbor’s property with flashlights. 

The property owner said he gave the individuals in question permission to be on his property to hunt. 

Suspicious woman 

The Sheriff's Office responded to Penn Street in Glouster after receiving a report of a suspicious female knocking on doors. The woman was also seen entering a garage, according to the Athens County Sheriff's Office. 

Upon arrival, the deputies checked the garage and surrounding area on foot but did not locate the described female. 

Another one stolen

The Athens County Sheriff's Office took report of a catalytic converter that was stolen off a vehicle on Dutch Creek Road in Athens. 

The report was put on file and no suspects have currently been identified. 

Found it 

Deputies from the Athens County Sheriff’s Office received a tip on the location of a stolen vehicle and subsequently located it in Waterloo Township. 

The owner of the car was contacted and asked for the vehicle to be left where it was found until they could retrieve it the following morning. 

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