ATHENS — Athens County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports on Feb. 15.
* The Athens County Sheriff’s Office took a walk-in report referencing harassment. The male complainant advised that his ex-wife and her family members are coming to his residence and preferred that this be stopped. Information was collected to contact the female suspect. Case is under investigation.
* The Athens County Sheriff’s Office took a report of a motor vehicle being stolen from Clinton Street in Albany. The vehicle is a 2005 Black Dodge Durango with a Harley Motorcycle sticker in the rear right glass. Anyone with information on the location of the vehicle is asked to contact ACSO or the Albany Police Department.
* The Athens County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a stolen vehicle from the Happy Valley Estates on Baker Road. Deputies spoke with the victim claiming that her daughter, Tiffany Bruce aka Tiffany Peoples, had stolen the keys about three weeks prior to the day of the vehicle being taken. The vehicle is a black Pontiac Grand Prix, License Plate HNE-4397. The vehicle has been marked as stolen; the case is still under investigation.
* The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to a trespass/dispute on Canaanville Road. Deputies were alerted that one party had left the scene prior to their arrival. Both parties were eventually located and advised to cease contact.
* The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Modoc Road in Glouster for a report of loose dog. Deputies spoke with the complainant who advised that a German Shepherd was running loose in the neighborhood and attempted to bite her son. Deputies were able to contact the canine owner and collected the information necessary to refer this issue to the dog warden.
* The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Main Street in Jacksonville for a report of syringes in the complainant’s yard. Deputies took possession of the syringes and disposed of them properly.
* The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Main Street in Chauncey for a report of a vehicle driving through high water. Deputies contacted the owner and it was determined that the vehicle was safe. The driver was released with a warning; no further action taken.
* The Athens County Sheriff’s Office was on patrol when they observed a vehicle drive through high water on Main Street in Chauncey. Deputies spoke with the driver and advised her it was unsafe to drive through the high water. Deputies issued a citation to the driver for driving on a closed roadway.