ATHENS, Ohio — The Athens County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports Aug. 20:
* On Aug. 17, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to the Dollar General on United Lane in Athens in reference to active shoplifters. Upon arrival, deputies made contact with three subjects, Logan Graber, Kayla Allbaugh and Jamie Poling and they were found to be actively shoplifting. Upon making contact with the suspects, Graber and Poling were both found to have Dollar General merchandise on their person and in a purse. All three subjects were issued Trespass Complaint Orders not to return to the store. Due to all three subjects not having valid driving privileges and the owner not being on scene, the vehicle was towed. During the course of a tow inventory, a large amount of brown tar-like substance was found, white powdery substances, digital scales and other drug paraphernalia were found in the vehicle. All three subjects denied any ownership to the narcotics. Poling was arrested for a nationwide warrant. Charges are being pursued through Athens County Grand Jury for trafficking drugs on all three subjects pending BCI lab results.
* On Aug. 17, 39-year-old Brent Beverly ran from a residence while units were conducting an investigation into stolen property. Beverly, who has four active warrants, ran into an area that provided multiple hiding places and could not be located. Beverly is a white male with a shaved head. His head and arms have numerous green tattoos making him highly visible. If anyone knows of his whereabouts or sees him, please call the sheriff’s office at 740-593-6633.
* On Aug. 17, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office took a report of a breaking and entering on New Floodwood Road. Two campers, a shed, and a vehicle were broken into and several items were stolen from those places. Seven weed eaters, a leaf blower, a Craftsman lawn mower, a 9-point deer skull with an arrow through it, and several other items were taken from the property. If anyone has information regarding the location of the items or possible suspects, please call the Athens County Sheriff’s Office at 740-593-6633.
* On Aug. 17, a female from The Plains reported she has been having ongoing issues with an ex-boyfriend of her daughter harassing them and being confrontational. There are prior instances of violence involving the male and her daughter causing her further concern. This matter remains under investigation at this time.
* On Aug. 17, 32-year-old, Joshua Young, came to the Sheriff’s Office to turn himself in on an active warrant out of Athens County Common Pleas Court. Young was transported to the regional jail with a court date of 08-20-2018.
* On Aug. 18, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle on Old State Route 56 in New Marshfield. As the vehicle came to a stop, one male, identified as Kenny Perry, of New Marshfield, ran from the vehicle. The driver, George Allbaugh, 30, of New Marshfield, was placed under arrest for a warrant and transported to SEORJ. Kenny Perry is currently wanted in Athens County for active warrants. Please contact the Sheriff’s Office with any information on his whereabouts.
* On Aug. 18, an Oxley Road female reported that her vehicle had been vandalized over the span of the last several hours since she brought it home last night. This matter remains under investigation at this time.
* On Aug. 18, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office was on patrol in New Marshfield when a traffic offense was observed. A traffic stop was conducted and both occupants of the vehicle had active warrants. The male was released due to no bed space at the SEORJ and the female was transported to the Hocking County line where she was given to the custody of the Hocking County Sheriff’s Office for her warrant. Case closed.
* On Aug. 18, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to State Route 78 for a report of a breaking and entering. Deputies arrived on scene and were advised that a Glock 19 was stolen as well as a Nikon camera. At this time a suspect is possible, and case remains active.
* On Aug. 18, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a vehicle being struck in a driveway at a residence in Buchtel. The complainant’s vehicle appeared to have been struck by another vehicle that had left the scene. This matter is under investigation.
* On Aug. 19, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office took a report of a breaking and entering on Greens Run Road. The complainant said while he was away from home visiting family, someone had broken into his garage and stolen his white 2004 Chevy 2500 truck containing arc welders and had attempted to steal his four-wheeler but abandoned it in the brush. Touch DNA samples were taken from the seat of the four-wheeler and were placed into evidence. At this time, this case is under investigation. The truck that was stolen is a white 2004 Chevy 2500 that is missing the tailgate and has two decals on the rear window; a Romney for president sticker and a Turkey Federation decal. If anyone has information regarding the location of the truck, call the Athens County Sheriff’s Office non-emergency phone number at 740-593-6633.
* On Aug. 19, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office took a report of a burglary on Sycamore Street. The complainant said while she was away from home, someone entered her home, made a pizza in her oven, stole her television, used the bathroom, and tore up the rest of the house looking for items to take. Touch DNA samples were taken from the toilet seat and were placed into evidence to be sent to BCI for a comparison test. At this time, this case is under investigation.
ATHENS, Ohio — On Aug. 22 the Athens County Sheriff’s Department released the following reports.
* The Criminal Interdiction Unit contacted Joshua Gibson in Jacksonville who was taken into custody on an active warrant for his arrest.
* The sheriff’s office received a report of a theft of an iron table and chair from a residence on North Clinton Street in The Plains.
* The sheriff’s office was dispatched to Hunterdon Road for a report of a male exposing himself. Upon arrival, deputies spoke with the complainants who stated that on several occasions, a neighbor has been seen nude in his yard. Deputies attempted to speak with the male but had negative contact.
* The sheriff’s office responded to Vore Ridge Road for someone threatening a trash man. The subject was advised to not to do it again.
* The sheriff’s office took a report of a 2003 Green Ford Explorer being vandalized. Someone carved profanity into the paint using a sharp object and one tire was flattened.
* A Coolville woman reported she had been contacted by an out-of-county agency reporting her identity was provided by an individual passing counterfeit bills but that she clearly did not match the description of that person and was in no way a suspect on the matter. The female requested that these events be documented in case of further issues with her identity being fraudulently used.
* The sheriff’s office was dispatched to a residence in Jacksonville for a man standing waving a handgun and yelling. The handgun was an air pistol.
ATHENS, Ohio — The Athens County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports Aug. 23:
* On Aug. 22, a complainant advised that their mail was stolen from their mailbox on SR 682 The Plains. A report was filed, and the case is under investigation.
* On Aug. 22, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to West Third Street for a report of a fight that occurred between two adult brothers over pizza. After speaking with both individuals as to why a physical altercation occurred over pizza, Stephen Fabiny and Andrew Fabiny were served with disorderly conduct by fighting, minor misdemeanor charges. Case closed.
ATHENS, Ohio — The Athens County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports April 24:
* On Aug. 24, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Fossil Rock Road for a report of a vehicle parked in front of a driveway. Deputies found the vehicle in question and tagged it for tow due to no one being around the vehicle. While on patrol, deputies made contact with the vehicle owner that returned to the vehicle. He stated he was going to walk down the road and get help to push it away from the property. If noncompliance is further reported; the vehicle could be towed at the owner’s expense. This case was closed.