Ohio River Search for Possible Bridge Jumper
A report of a bike on the bridge started a search for a missing person. Greenup County put a boat in the water and officers searched the area on foot.
Social Media immediately lit up with speculations.
Police were unable to locate anything. Both Ohio and Kentucky cleared the call as “Nobody Jumped”.
At this point, there is no evidence to support any other claims. The police on both sides of the river are still open to possibilities but have no proof that someone jumped.
Drunk and Disorderly
Just after 11 pm, police answered a report of a drunk man getting combative outside JJs Shenanigans. Police sent him home in a taxi with a sober friend.
- Police answered a call to York Park just after midnight. A man said two other men were arguing with him and he wasn’t sure why. Officers spoke to a man and stood by with him until a friend arrived to drive him home.
- At 2 am, officers were called back to a unit in the Woodbine Apartments that they’d handled a disturbance at the previous afternoon. Residents complained a man was standing in front of their window and bothering them. Police could not locate him.
- An officer spotted a man writing on a piece of heavy equipment with a crayon on Lawson Street just before 3 am. Police advised him that if anyone complains about the damage, he will be arrested.
- At 6:30 am, a Robinson Avenue caller complained about a neighbor putting furniture in her yard and going on her property at night. Police advised him to stay off her property or face criminal trespass charges.
- Just before 8 am, police answered a report of people inside a condemned house on Broadway. The people told officers they didn’t know the property was condemned.