There have been 24 reports of sexual assault to OUPD and APD since Aug. 25.
Aaron Freund, 23, died of alcohol and fentanyl intoxication on Aug. 25. His death was ruled an accident.
The pig and piglets were found in their pens, but the chainsaws are still missing.
Henry Christopher Foxhoven pleaded guilty to three counts of sexual battery and will be registered as a sex offender for life.
Michael Allen Russell is considered armed and dangerous.
The number of cases in sexual misconduct, stalking and relationship violence process has increased since 2016-17.
Agents with the Ohio Investigative Unit have arrested more than 900 people in the past five years.
Also, a woman reported that clothing, dish towels, frozen beef and ‘Star Wars’ collectables were stolen from her while she was on vacation.
Following the Monday death of a recent pledge, Ohio University’s Epsilon chapter of Sigma Pi was issued an immediate cease and desist for all organizational activities by the university.
Priest charged with sexual battery may have groomed minor, not been appropriately punished by Steubenville dioceseBy Logan Moore | Nov. 7, 2018
Henry Christopher Foxhoven, 45, of Glouster, was suspended from the ministry on Oct. 27 and charged with eight counts of sexual battery Oct. 30.
Jonah B. Lake was charged with aggravated murder, murder and tampering with evidence in the death of his father, Kevin B. Lake
OUPD responded after a student was yelling and screaming then found unresponsive after smoking marijuana.
Police Blotter: Drunken student nearly hits his face on Jefferson Hill steps; 'person on roof' probably just a rodentBy Jackie Osborne | Oct. 31, 2018
The student was arrested for disorderly conduct by intoxication. A possible burglar on roof is rodents in the ceiling.
The red zone refers to the first six weeks of the academic year, during which reports of sexual assault to university police are most common.
Sexual assault cases rarely end in convictions. Advocates and officials must find their own way to restore power to survivors.
The Safety App Committee is helping Ohio University get a new app that will help students prevent sexual assault.
Police will be bought in from around the state, APD and OUPD officers will have longer shifts and expect a possible increase in crimes.
Campus Care refers students to O’Bleness for sexual assault examinations.
Two students were found falling into bushes and veering into the grass over the weekend.