Athens County Crime Solvers Anonymous September 2017, Crimes of the Month

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The following incidents has been listed by Athens County Crime Solvers Anonymous as September, 2017 Crimes of the Month.

The Athens Police Department is requesting your information pertaining to the location of Joseph E. Papineau.  

Mr. Papineau is being sought for his involvement in multiple criminal acts within the City and the County.  He currently has three separate warrants for his arrest from three different law enforcement agencies. The arrest warrants stem from charges involving receiving stolen property, possession of cocaine, and a traffic offense.

The Ohio University Police Department is requesting your information pertaining to a crime occurring on campus.

Between July 26, 2017 at 8:00 PM and the following day, July 27 at 8:30 AM, an unknown individual(s) forcibly entered the office building at the Ohio University Driving Range located on W. State St. After gaining entry, the individual(s) stole the cash register and multiple bottles of Gatorade.

Athens County Crime Solvers Anonymous is offering a $2,000.00 cash reward for information on the above crimes if that information leads to the arrest and indictment of the person or persons responsible. *Information on serious misdemeanors will be limited to a $1000.00 cash reward.  **Any information that leads to the arrest of an individual responsible for graffiti, the board can authorize up to a $500.00 cash reward. If you have information on these crimes, please call (740) 594 – 3331.

Other cash rewards are available for your information regarding other crimes that have been committed in Athens County and if you have knowledge of other crimes, you are asked to call (740) 594 – 3331. Also visit our website at for information on previous crimes of the month. Postings can also be viewed on Facebook.

Remember! Crime Solvers Anonymous needs your information and not your name so that your information can be passed onto the proper authorities.  Help us to help Athens County become a safer place.

Joseph Papineau