Leaving trash or other perishable items could result in a $25 charge to the student.
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Ohio University Police Department found three students passed out, vomiting, or both in residence halls on the same day.
OUPD picked up a sexual assault evidence kit from OhioHealth O'Bleness Hospital Monday night.
After Ohio's defeat of Miami at the basketball game, students partied at Palmer Place and Uptown Athens.
The Athens Police Department asked that anonymous tips about the sexual predator be submitted directly to the department.
People with information regarding the incident should contact Ohio University Police Department or Athens County Crime Solvers Anonymous.
Police Blotter: Intoxicated person reports nonexistent car crash, OUPD officers find 'small pool of vomit'
OUPD reported seven incidents involving marijuana and two involving alcohol between Feb. 8 and Monday
Athens Police Department Chief Tom Pyle said he doesn't mean to induce panic in residents, but that he wants to keep them aware.
Students and staff submitted over 500 maintenance requests for Tanaka, Sowle, Carr and Luchs Halls last semester.
Both APD and OUPD will have extra staff working to police the weekend.
In the most recent incident, a 33-year-old man reported being filmed in a Baker Center bathroom.
The latest, from December, occurred when a woman was attacked while walking home for the night from Uptown.
Officer Harlow will fill one open position at OUPD after he finishes his training, but two more remain.
The female reported the rape occurred 2 a.m. Sunday morning.
OUPD found two different intoxicated students lying on floors of their residence halls, and another in the middle of the road.
Police Blotter: Students ring in the new year, new semester with reports of intoxication, confused identity
This weekend, an intoxicated student yelled obscenities at an OUPD officer, and another had to be transported to the hospital.
The Athens County Court of Common Pleas denied Amol T. Kharabe's second motion to suppress evidence Jan. 5.
At the beginning of the season, the City of Athens and Ohio University had about 2,000 tons of road salt available for cold conditions.
Video surveillance captured footage of suspects stealing catalytic converters from a parked car.
The scales the golden statue on the roof of the Athens County Courthouse holds blew off in the wind last year.