Chillicothe Police Report For Monday And Tuesday

More than 225 calls for service were handled by Chillicothe Police Officers on Monday and Tuesday

Monday, officers handled 115 calls for service.

9:06 a.m., Officers were dispatched to a child separated from their grandparent in the 1000 block of Graves St.  Officers were advised the grandparent was located and the two were reunited.

3:44 p.m., Officers arrested a 33-year-old male on an active arrest warrant for failure to appear out of Chillicothe after he turned himself into the Police Department.  The male was able to post the required $250.00 cash-only bond.  He was then released pending a court appearance.

4:13 p.m., a citizen came to the Police Department to report fraud.  Officers spoke with the citizen and discovered it occurred in another jurisdiction.  The citizen was referred to that jurisdiction.

7:54 p.m., Officers took a report of a possible violation of a protection order.  The investigation is ongoing.

Tuesday, Officers handled 111 calls for service.  Some of the calls include:

8:37 am, Officers investigating a 2 vehicle crash on the eastbound off-ramp from US36 to US65.   Investigation is continuing.

1:12 pm, Officer received a report of an assault that is alleged to have occurred in 2020 in Chillicothe.  Information received and investigation continuing.

8:51 pm, Officers conducted a traffic stop in reference to an improper display of a license plate.   During the investigation, officers arrested the driver for driving while suspended and possession of a controlled substance.   Driver was given citations and released with a court date.

10:28 pm, Officer stopped a vehicle at Cherry and Walnut Streets for a traffic violation.  The warning was given for the violation and a citation was issued to the driver for no insurance.

11:58 pm, Officer stopped a vehicle at the US65 and US36 Junction for displaying expired registration plates.  The driver was cited for the expired registration.



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