Police Blotter: Man calls 911 for medical dissatisfaction; vehicle towed from Shade Community Center
A man was doing his taxes and found that money had been slowly taken from his account since 2020.
Keo Rothe, a 13-year-old boy from Nelsonville, has been missing since Sunday with no cell phone.
A man called 911 to express his dissatisfaction with medical care he had received earlier in the day.
A man called Athens County Sheriff’s Office because his livestock were being frightened by explosives.
The woman took a walk in the snow to calm down after a bad week.
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.