Chillicothe Police Report For The Weekend

Chillicothe Police handled more than 130 calls for service over the weekend.  Some of the calls included well-being checks, reports of careless and imprudent or intoxicated drivers and parking complaints.


1:30 am, officers responded to a report of a fight at a business in the 400 block of Locust Street.  Those involved were gone on the Officer’s arrival.

9:50 am, Report of radio stolen from inside a vehicle parked in the 200 block of South Washington Street.

7:56 pm Officers responded to a report of a young child walking on top of the wall at the old football stadium on Miller Street.  Officer could not locate the child.

10:28 pm, Possible leaving without paying at business in the 600 block of West Business 36 Highway.

11:00 pm, Officers were requested to check a home in 1400 block of Jackson Street.  The house has been empty and the garage door was open.


12:10 PM, Officer received a report of stolen trailer license plates.

1:02 PM, two adults were reportedly passed out in a vehicle in the 1000 block of Graves Street.   The vehicle was located a short distance away from the parking lot.  Officers arrested a woman for possession of a controlled substance and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia.  She was also arrested on Carroll County warrants.  The female was processed at the police department and transferred to Carroll County.

3:23 PM, Officers responded to a report of a domestic disturbance in the 1100 block of Clay Street.  A woman was arrested for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.  She was processed and released pending a court appearance.

4:52 PM, Officers responded to a business in the 1000 block of Graves on a report of shoplifting.  A man subject was arrested for stealing, processed and released pending a court appearance.

9:08 PM, Officers called to a business in the 1000 block of Graves for a report of theft.  As a result of the investigation, Officers arrested a woman for stealing.  She was processed, cited, and released pending a future court appearance.


  • I have a question related to the number of calls the police department says they respond to ? It it the actual number of calls for the chillicothe police department or is it a combination of calls from the Livingston county sheriff’s department too that go through the 911 operation. And is it considered one call for service if three police cars respond to that call or is it then considered three calls for service?

    • Chief Jon Maples

      First, a call for service is anytime a police officer is needed, and/or assists a citizen, or completes a contact with a citizen. The number we provide with our press release is the number of actual calls for service for the Chillicothe Police Officers within the city limits. The number of calls for service coming through our 911 operations center is much more than this. Our center dispatches for Liv Co Sheriff’s Office, Chillicothe EMS/Fire, Gallatin PD, several rural fire departments, and takes 911 calls as well. The number that comes through the E-911 Center is over double that amount of which is in our CPD press release Also, no matter how many units go to a call for service, it is one call for service. Some agencies count when several go on calls as separate because it is taking up time of an officer. We have done this in the past. We attempt to keep track of what goes through our 911 center for each department, but also each department has their own way of keeping track of their calls for service, which is not my business. My concern is for the Chillicothe Police Department. Our Secretary keeps track of our stats. We separate into several categories. Anonymous, if you have a concern or questions about our stats, please contact me at the Chillicothe Police Department 660-646-2121. I would be more than happy to talk with you on this matter. Thanks, Chief Jon Maples

  • I think that police officers are people too 3 out of 4 are God fearing good hearted folks that are in it to make sure these children have a safe town to grow up in. theres always a few bad apples in every branch of society… I think we would be quite f***ed without them! so I can only suggest that we just trust the process and maybe even support our local law enforcement… even though they make mistakes too.. were all people even me a drug addict In recovery 4 tours d.o.c ….its okay to love each other it’s okay to make mistakes… just challenge yourself to be a better person everyday and love jesus!!!

    • Chief Jon Maples

      Thank you for your support Ryan. Everyone makes mistakes, Its how we pick ourselves up and move forward that makes the difference. Keep up the good work. Chief Maples

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