Drug Arrest, Aggressive Animal & Accidents In Chillicothe Police Report
Drug arrests and other investigations are in the report from the Chillicothe Police Department for Wednesday and Thursday.
Wednesday, officers responded to 87 calls for service.
8:15 AM Officers conducted a traffic stop in the 2700 block of Washington which resulted in the arrest of one adult male for felony possession of narcotics and for delivery of a controlled substance. A firearms was seized as well. The suspect was processed and transported to CCDC pending the filling of formal charges.
1:35 PM Officers took a report of fraud in which a suspect used a counterfeit $100 bill at a business in the 600 block of Webster.
5:45 PM Officers were advised of possible drug paraphernalia in the 1000 block of Springhill. Item was retrieved by officers.
6:01 PM Officers began a report of a possible assault of a juvenile. The alleged crime and victims were located out of state. Reporting party was assisted in contacting local authorities.
3:25 am, Officers responded to a two-vehicle crash at the eastbound on-ramp to US 36. A tractor-trailer was attempting to enter onto US 36, overturned, striking a parked tractor-trailer unit at roadside, and lost its load from the trailer.
7:21 am, Officers reported to the Chillicothe Parks and Recreation building at the 1500 block of Walnut Street on a report of theft. Subjects had tampered with the fuel storage unit causing the loss of approximately 100 gallons of gasoline from a storage tank. Investigation continuing.
7:24 am, Officers reported to the location of Green and Samuel Streets in reference a dog at large and being aggressive toward a mother and child. The animal was captured by the owner and the owner was cited for animal at large and animal nuisance.
7:49 am, Officers reported to the area of Washington Street and the westbound on-ramp to US 36 for a two vehicle crash without injuries. A vehicle collided with the rear of another vehicle.
2:44 pm, Report of possible gunshots in the area of McNally and Monroe Streets. Determined to have been fireworks that were in an article being burned. The subject that was in control of the fire was advised and warned of the ordinance on burning.
3:18 pm, Subject in PD to report of theft of a cell phone. A suspect has been identified and the investigation is on-going.
7:30 pm, Subject calling to report possible theft of wallet from either of two locations. One of the reported locations checked their cameras and did not observe anything. Investigation continuing.