Ohio Agriculture officials and Greene County deputies say they did not find exotic animals after surrounding a home in northeast Greene County.
A deputy tells 10TV that they were helping the ODA who are investigating a complaint of someone hearing noises that were not like "regular, domesticated animals" in Cedarville.
Chopper 10 flew over the scene along Selma Jamestown and Solon roads where multiple authorities were spotted surrounding the residence.
Officials say the property used to house two lions, before a state law took effect forcing exotic animal owners to register with the state.
Deputies seized three dogs from the property.
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