Chillicothe Police Department activity report for Saturday, April 27, 2024

Chillicothe Police Activity Report
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The Chillicothe Police Department was active on Saturday, handling various incidents across the city. Officers responded to a total of 52 calls for service on April 27, 2024. In addition to these incidents, the Chillicothe Police Department conducted numerous routine activities including traffic stops, business checks, serving papers, vehicle inspections, and continued follow-ups on ongoing investigations.

01:23 PM: In the 2600 block of Washington Street, officers dealt with a vehicle that had broken down and was obstructing the roadway. The police coordinated with tow services and managed traffic control to facilitate the removal of the vehicle, ensuring the flow of traffic was restored.

05:55 PM: A two-vehicle collision occurred at the intersection of Brunswick and 2nd Street due to Vehicle 1 failing to heed a stop sign and colliding with Vehicle 2. Fortunately, there were no injuries, and both vehicles remained operational, although citations were issued for the stop sign violation that led to the mishap.

06:11 PM: Responding to a report of littering by a careless and imprudent (C&I) driver in the 1400 block of Broadway Street, officers swiftly made contact with the offender. The situation was resolved amicably as the driver cooperated in retrieving the discarded items, leaving no further concerns.

08:56 PM: A noise complaint brought officers to the 300 block of Montgomery Street, where loud music was disturbing the peace. The issue was quickly addressed by the officers who spoke with the homeowners, resulting in a reduction in volume without further incidents.

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