Chillicothe Police Have Busy Weekend
The Chillicothe Police Department handled more than 250 calls for service through the weekend. Some of the calls include
Friday, December 13th, 2019
12:43 Pm, Officer received a report of property damage to a motor vehicle in the 1700 block of Jackson Street.
3:55 PM, Officer received a report of a vehicle stolen from a business in the 300 block of South Washington Street. The vehicle was later recovered in Kansas City, Missouri. The investigation is continuing.
4:05 PM, Officer received a report of property damage to a motor vehicle in the 300 block of Clay Street.
7:53 PM, Officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle at Washington Street and Ryan Lane. They arrested the driver for possession of a controlled substance, unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, resisting arrest, and traffic charges. They were processed, cited and released with a court date.
Saturday, December 14th, 2019
12:58 AM, Officers were called to a disturbance between individuals outside a business in the 600 block of Webster Street.
8:46 AM, Officer received a report of illegal parking in the 1100 block of Clay Street. Officer made contact with the owner and the issue was resolved.
1:12 PM, Officers responded to the 300 block of East Bridge Street to a report of suspicious persons. No suspicious persons were located.
11:32 PM, Officers responded to a report of a disturbance in the area of 1st and Walnut Street. No disturbance was located.
Sunday, December 15th, 2019
12:15 AM, Officers were called to a business in the 300 block of North Washington for an intoxicated individual disturbing customers. Officers were able to contact an appropriate ride for the individual.
11:33 AM, Officer called to a dog at large in the 700 block of Walnut. No owner was able to be located for the animal and the dog was taken to the animal shelter.
Officers responded to numerous calls of motor vehicle accidents and slide-offs as a result of the conditions of the roadway. None of the accidents/slide-offs resulted in any injuries.
Officers contacted numerous vehicle owners on emergency snow routes and advised the owners their vehicles needed to be moved off the roadway for road crews to clear the street as there emergency snow ordinance had been enacted.