In this weeks' Athens police blotter, read about a smoking generator at Menards and chickens finding a new owner.
Additional charges for aggravated possession of drugs are expected pending lab results.
A political sign that read “Say no to creepy Joe” was stolen from a residence’s property.
From a man was being threatened on Facebook for allegedly sleeping with another man’s wife to a woman walking barefoot along State Route 13, read the latest blotter for all the latest activity happening in the Athens County area.
Resident receives a scam call thinking it’s from the FBI.
The survivor knew the assailant.
Silver Serpent Exotic Gifts owner James Wanke was dismissed of manslaughter charges, but still faces two felonies and a misdemeanor.
The driver was told to stop doing donuts.
The weapon was a pellet gun and deputies took it in for evidence.
Denver’s STAR program has sent mental health professionals (not police) on over 350 emergency calls. They haven’t needed police back-up once.
The engine fire was extinguished before the fire department arrived.
The man was arrested in August, and his fingerprints were found at a house on North High Street.
The alleged rapes occurred between late 2004 and April 2020.
OUPD was sent to Baker after a report of a man being intoxicated outside of Baker Center.
The man who was driving was taken to the regional jail, while the Xbox player was told to block the other player.
Athen County Copwatch posts APD, OUPD and other police records online through public information requests.
Blotter: Woman arrested near Alden Library for intoxication; football equipment stolen from Peden Stadium
These summer crimes are head scratchers.
One of the students will serve 70 days in jail while the other charges are held in abeyance.
Former Sigma Pi president, Elijah Wahib, pleaded guilty to multiple charges connected to Collin Wiant’s death.
Saxon Angell-Perez joined three other Sigma Pi fraternity members who have pleaded guilty to charges related to the death of Collin Wiant.