For the Record

Meigs County Sheriff’s Office

Day Shift

Sept. 15

Investigate complaint — Deputies were called to a residence on Pomeroy Pike in reference to prowlers. While en route, Deputies Hupp and Campbell came in contact with a vehicle matching the description of one that had been at the residence. The vehicle was later located at the 124 Mart and both the male and female occupants were placed under arrest for prior warrants. The incident remains under investigation.

Unruly juvenile — Deputy Riley was called to Meigs High School to speak with the administration about an incident that had taken place at Nelsonville-York High School during a volleyball game. It was determined that nothing criminal had taken place and the case is closed.

Sept. 16

Disorderly — Deputy Campbell was dispatched to residence near Story’s Run on a stolen gun complaint. The owner stated that someone had broken in to his building sometime last night and two guns were reported missing. The incident remains under investigation.

Medic assist — Deputies responded to a home in Pomeroy to assist Meigs EMS on a possible overdose. The residence was secured and the patient was transported to the Meigs ER.

Sept. 20

Neighbor complaint — Deputy Campbell was dispatched to a residence near Darwin in reference to a neighbor complaint. The complaint was the result of animals running loose. The owner was advised to keep the animals tied up or they could be charged.

Sept. 21

Assault — Sergeant Griffin was dispatched to Horner Hill Road in reference to an assault. A Nelsons tree service employee reported that he had been assaulted by a property owner. Charges are pending in County Court.

Sept. 22

Theft — Deputies responded to a residence near Racine in reference to a theft. Several thousand dollars were reported missing. This incident remains under investigation.

Shoplifting — A report was filed in our office alleging shoplifting that had taken place at the TNT gas station. Surveillance was reviewed and a suspect has been identified and charged through Meigs County Court.

Alarm drop — Sgt. Griffin responded to an alarm drop on State Route 143. Upon arrival, no signs of entry were apparent and the scene was cleared.

Sept. 23

Dispute — Deputy Hupp responded to a family dispute on SR 7. It was determined the dispute was verbal and a male subject agreed to leave the residence.