One-Hundred-Fifty-Five Calls For Service In Monday’s Police Report

The Chillicothe Police Department responded to 155 calls for service Monday.

1:48 am, Officers were called to a residence in the 400 block of Mechanic Street where the resident believed someone was trying to get in their house.  Officers searched the area and were unable to locate anyone.

10:14 am, Officer spoke with out of town resident that was reporting being harassed by a local resident.  The person was referred to their local law enforcement.

10:54 am, Officer received information of dogs chasing someone while they were on a bicycle in the area of Jackson and Easton Streets.  Information was relayed to Animal Control.

11:32 am, Officer requested to a property in the 400 block of Webster St. to the possible discovery of illegal drugs in a home.  Item was determined to not be contraband.

11:45 am, Someone came to the PD to report possible fraud.  it was determined to be a civil issue and advised to contact attorney.

2:33 pm, Parking complaint the 700 block of Locust Street.  The driver was contacted and is moving vehicle.

3:20 pm, Complaint of dogs running loose in the area of Third and Ashley and trying to attack other dogs.  The owner of the animal was contacted and advised ordinance violation.

4:20 pm, Officers took a report from a resident in the 400 block of Webster that someone is there that is refusing to leave.  Determined to be a civil issue over tenancy.  .They were advised civil remedy.

4:48 pm, Someone came to the PD and turned themselves in on an active warrant.  They were processed and transported to Daviess/DeKalb County Regional Jail.

6:41 pm, A Officer was in the 200 block of Herriman Street collecting evidence from previous incident.

6:54 pm, Officer spoke with someone that had made a transaction with another individual and didn’t get what they had agreed upon.  They were instructed to contact an attorney for the civil violation.

6:57 pm, officers investigated a report of smoke in the area of Jackson and Locust Streets.  They determined it was visual effects for a photo session.

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  • Why am I not able to find funeral notices like in the past?

    • Sandy, thank you for your comment.

      After all the years of providing obituaries on KCHI at no charge, on September 1 we began requiring a nominal payment in order to cover our costs. In return, not only do we continue to air the obituary as usual but we also post the ENTIRE obituary on and will include a picture if it’s provided. Unfortunately, some area funeral homes were not happy with this change.

      I am glad to say that this week the situation improved and we have received several funeral notices which have been on the air and posted to the website. I hope this trend continues!

      Patti Leatherman
      KCHI AM/FM

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