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Posted by Randy on 2013/8/6 4:10:23 (627 reads) News by the same author

The Chillicothe Police have been busy over the last week, responding to a variety of calls. Here is a summary of their activities.

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08/03/2013: Officers responded to the 100 Block of Henry Street to a reported property damage and vehicle damage. Officers found that a vehicle had been scratched with an unknown object and the residence was entered unlawfully and property was thrown about the house.
Investigation on going

08/04/2013: Chillicothe Police arrested Michael D. Deats of Galt Missouri following a traffic stop. Deats was found to be under the influence of a controlled substance while operating the motor vehicle. He was also found in possession of a controlled substance and paraphernalia. 3 packages of synthetic marijuana were recovered.
Subject was released following his arrest and processing to appear in court at a later date.

08/03/2013: Officers received a report regarding a vehicle that was tampered with on Business 36. An employee of a restaurant reported that someone had entered her vehicle and removed some items without her permission. Investigation continues/ suspects are being questioned.

08/03/2013: Chillicothe Police arrested Michael D. Sims of Chillicothe on two Grundy County Warrants for Failing to appear on driving while suspended and a seat belt ticket. Sims could not post the allowed bond and was transferred to Grundy County

08/03/2013: A set of Keys were recovered outside of Fancines Pastry Parlor on Bryan Street in Chillicothe Missouri. These are vehicle keys. Keys are at the Chillicothe Police Department if you have lost a set in this location.

08/04/2013: Chillicothe Police recovered a stolen vehicle in the parking lot of Wal- mart. The vehicle was reported stolen from Jamesport Missouri earlier on this date. Investigation is on going and suspects are being identified.

08/03/2013: Chillicothe Police are investigating a reported property damage that occurred at the Green Hills Golf Coarse. Suspects are identified. The damage was to some of the greens on the coarse.

08/02/2013: Chillicothe Police received a report of a stolen cell phone from the 400 Block of JFK.

08/03/2013: Chillicothe Police concluded an investigation regarding a reported violation of an order of protection. The information has been forwarded to the Prosecuting Attorney for consideration of charges being filed.

08/03/2013: Chillicothe Police arrested a twenty year old male and a twenty year old female following a traffic stop near the south junction. Kara Roberts and Ethan Yarbrough were arrested and released on Summons for Minor in Possession of alcohol. Court Appearances are pending.

08/02/2013: Chillicothe Police investigated a traffic accident at Washington and Business 36 in Chillicothe. Both vehicles had minor damage and a summons was issued to the driver of one of the vehicles for following to close.

08/02/2013: Officers received a report of a possible counterfeit $10.00 bill being passed at Casey’s north location. Investigation is on going.

08/01/2013: Chillicothe Police investigated a traffic accident at Jackson Street and Dickinson Street in Chillicothe Missouri. Both vehicles were towed from the scene. A summons was issued to one driver for Failure to yield the right of way while making a left turn causing an accident.

08/02/2013: Chillicothe Police arrested Jacob Caughron of Hale following a traffic stop. Caughron was found to be in possession of what was believed to be synthetic marijuana. Three summons were issued to include the Possession of synthetic marijuana, drug paraphernalia and failure to stop at a posted stop sign. He was released on the summons pending a later court appearance.

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