The Athens County Sheriff's Office responded to Alderman Road, in Millfield, regarding a cow on the road. When deputies arrived, they discovered the heifer had already moved out of the road to avoid being hit.
Just Helping Out
The Athens County Sheriff's Office responded to an area near Coolville to assist the Ohio State Highway Patrol with a road accident. Upon arrival, deputies found all individuals were safe and the vehicle was removed from the road.
According to the Athens County Sheriff's Office, a verbal dispute was reported on Putnam Drive in Coolville. When deputies arrived, they found the argument to be centered on the unauthorized use of a car.
The car's owner told deputies they did not wish to file charges but did want the car returned. The issue was resolved with the return of the vehicle.
Careful Where You Walk
The Athens County Sheriff's Office responded to Upper River Road, in Athens, regarding a report of a man hunting on someone else's property. When deputies arrived, it was found the man was only cutting across the property on his way to another area.
Remember The Lights
According to the Athens County Sheriff's Office, the lights of a parked tractor in Athens Township were left on. When deputies arrived, they turned the lights off and left a note for the owner.
Why call, then?
According to the Athens County Sheriff's Office, deputies responded to a complaint in Chauncey. Upon speaking with the complainant, it was determined the issue was not a criminal issue.
The Athens County Sheriff's Office received a call from a woman who was disabled and said she did not feel safe in her home. The woman told officers her front door was stuck shut, and she could not use the back porch due to mobility issues.
Deputies responded to her home and were able to get her door to open and close properly. The deputies also performed some small maintenance to help prevent the door from sticking again.
Deputies then returned to patrol.
No DUI Here
The Athens County Sheriff's Office responded to The Plains regarding a reckless driver report. Deputies found the vehicle and conducted a traffic stop with assistance from the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
A small investigation was done and the driver was not found to be under the influence of anything. The driver was given a reckless driving warning and deputies returned to patrol.
The Athens County Sheriff's Office responded to Stone Road, in Athens, regarding an inactive dispute over a dog. Upon arrival, deputies were unable to talk with anyone involved.
Both parties were contacted by phone, and the disagreement was settled.
Lock Up Your Stuff
The Deleware County Sheriff's Office requested that the Athens County Sheriff's Office make contact with a resident of Stagecoach Road, in Athens, regarding a stolen firearm.
Deputies made contact with the individual and provided them with the other agency's contact information.
You Have to Pay for That
Deputies responded to the Kroger in Trimble regarding a local resident attempting to leave with multiple unpaid items, according to the Athens County Sheriff's Office.
The merchandise was returned and the individual will be served a trespass complaint from Kroger.
The Athens County Sheriff's Office responded to Trimble Township regarding a noise complaint, stating loud music was being played. When deputies arrived, they did not find loud music, parties or disturbances.
License Plate Bandit?
The Athens County Sheriff's Office responded to East Fourth Street, in The Plains, regarding a reported license plate theft. Deputies arrived on the scene and completed a report.
You Don't Belong Here
The Athens County Sheriff's Office responded to State Route 7, in Coolville, regarding an active trespassing complaint. While deputies were on the way, the caller informed them the suspect had left the area.
When deputies arrived, they spoke with the caller and patrolled the area. They were unable to make contact with the suspect and returned to patrol.