The Athens County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call that was discovered to have been made accidentally by small children.
Homecoming weekend yields just a 10-20% increase in arrests.
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office discovered a 911 hang-up call was made by a child playing with a phone.
Athens County Sheriff’s Office deputies discovered cows on Rainbow Lake Road.
A woman filed a report regarding her neighbor being too loud and attempting to intimidate her.
Currently, there are no local or state policies in place regarding limitations on gathering sizes.
Police Blotter: Trucks do donuts outside Marathon; individuals reported to look in residential windowBy Anna Millar | Apr. 28
Two trucks were reported to be doing donuts in the Washington Road Marathon parking lot.
Police Blotter: Semi trailer gets stuck on private property; woman drives away without paying for gasolineBy Anna Millar | Apr. 21
A semi tractor trailer was trying to turn around in gravel on private property and had to park and call for assistance to avoid causing more problems.
A man who was reported for trespassing began swinging two large sticks and making threats towards deputies when they located him.
Two individuals got into an argument over an incident in a parking lot and continued to escalate until deputies arrived.
A 3-year-old child was found wandering alone in Athens and was returned to his parents.
Deputies came across a cow in the road while on patrol.
A woman reported to the Athens County Sheriff’s Office that a man threw a hammer at her truck.
Two trespassers with existing warrants were arrested by Glouster Police.
A man was doing his taxes and found that money had been slowly taken from his account since 2020.