Athens Police Blotter for February 11, 2021

ATHENS, OH – The following is a list of incidents responded to by the Athens Police Department on February 11, 2021.

  • Deputies responded to Calaway Ridge Road, in Coolville, for a 911 hang up call. Deputies made contact at the residence and determined the number did not come from the address. Deputies were unable to locate and found this to be unfounded. Units resumed patrol.
  • Deputies were dispatched to High St, in Glouster, on a 911 hang up call that occurred twice. Upon arriving on scene, deputies made contact with the caller and found there was no emergency, the caller advised he was trying to contact the Glouster Police Department in reference to an ongoing issue and his phone kept dying. Deputies advised the male to follow up with Glouster when they have an officer on duty. Deputies returned to patrol.
  • Deputies responded to McDonald’s, in The Plains, for a female that could not walk. The female stated that a friend dropped her off at McDonald’s to get food. She advised she was having a hard time walking due to her having fibromyalgia. She was able to get her food. Deputies transported her back to her residence. No further action was taken.
  • Deputies responded to Dollar General, in The Plains, for a verbal dispute. The caller stated a customer started screaming and threatening him. The caller advised he glanced in the male’s direction, and he accused him of harassing him. The caller stated the male took off in a red Ford truck. Deputies patrolled the area and were unable to locate the male. No further action was taken.
  • Deputies responded to Bean Road, in The Plains, for a report of a suspicious person. Deputies patrolled the area and sat stationary in the area, and was unsuccessful in locating anyone. Units resumed patrol.

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