A man was reportedly shining a flashlight into the windows of homes while riding a bicycle on East First Street, in The Plains, on Thursday, according to the Athens County Sheriff’s Office. When deputies responded to the area, they made contact with a man fitting the description received.
The man was identified by deputies and taken into custody due to an active warrant. He was taken to the Southeastern Ohio Regional Jail with no further incidents.
So, what is trespassing?
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office received a call regarding trespassing, on Thursday. Deputies spoke with the caller and determined the individual being discussed was not trespassing.
The caller was given the details of an eviction process.
This Isn’t Long-Term Parking
On Thursday, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office received an abandoned vehicle report on North Clinton Street, in The Plains. Deputies spoke with the property owner upon arrival and determined the vehicle owner was unknown. The property owner informed deputies the car was parked there for at least one month.
After determining the vehicle’s registered owner, deputies tried to contact them, but were unsuccessful. The car was tagged to be removed.
Careful Where You Toke
A marijuana complaint at Evergreen Estates, in The Plains, was received by the Athens County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday. Upon arrival, deputies searched the area and knocked on doors, but were unsuccessful in making contact with any residents.
But I Wasn’t Stealing
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Dollar General, in The Plains, on Tuesday, regarding an active shoplifting complaint. When deputies arrived they spoke with the suspect and did not find any merchandise with him, excluding two items in his hands as he was in the store.
The manager did not pursue criminal charges, but requested the man be trespassed from the store. Deputies served the man a trespass complaint and he left the store.
Wrong People to Call
On Tuesday, deputies responded to a property dispute in the Coolville area, according to the Athens County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies spoke with the individuals involved and found the issue to be civil, not criminal.
Each person was given the information necessary to pursue the matter further, should an agreement not be found.
Where’d they go?
A possible threat was reported in New Marshfield, on Monday, according to the Athens County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies found no threats or acts of violence, but patrolled the area.
They were unable to find the reported person and informed the Vinton County Sheriff’s Office of the incident, as they were searching for the individual.
The Athens City Police Department requested assistance on Monday, regarding an incident on Columbus Road, in Athens, according to the Athens County Sheriff’s Office. It was determined that part of the incident took place outside city limits on Columbus Road.
An ACSD deputy spoke with the complainant and took a report.
Didn’t Actually Break the Rules
A possible protection order violation was called in on Monday, according to the Athens County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies responded to Carr Road, in Nelsonville, and determined the issue was civil and no violation took place.
Deputies returned to patrol.
Keep It Down
A third party reported screaming in Glouster on Monday, according to the Athens County Sheriff’s Office. Upon arrival, deputies discovered a man and woman arguing outside their home.
Careful Where You Drive
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to the junction of State Route 13 and West Bailey Road, in Millfield, over the weekend, regarding a semi-truck stuck on the railroad tracks. The truck was removed after several hours.
Pay Your Dues
An attempt to find a man with an active child support warrant was made by deputies over the weekend, according to the Athens County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies went to a residence in Millfield during the search and located the suspect.
The man was arrested and taken to the Southeastern Ohio Regional Jail without incident.