Chillicothe Police Department activity report for Tuesday and Wednesday, April 23-24, 2024

Chillicothe Police Activity Report
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The Chillicothe Police Department has been actively addressing various incidents and calls for service. On Tuesday and Wednesday, April 23 and 24, 2024, officers answered a total of 171 calls, ranging from animal control issues to responses to vehicle accidents and disturbances.

Tuesday, April 23, 2024

08:52 AM – Animal Control was dispatched to the 100 block of Locust Street for two dogs running at large. The animals were identified and successfully returned to their owners.

10:03 AM – A property damage report was received from the 1000 block of Washington Street. Allegedly, a suspect had thrown a beer bottle through a window, prompting an ongoing investigation by the officers.

10:33 AM – Officers were called to the 700 block of South Washington Street for a potential hit-and-run incident. They collected the necessary information for a follow-up to complete an accident report.

11:25 AM – A verbal altercation between neighbors in the 400 block of Linn Street required police intervention. Officers managed to de-escalate the situation, advising the parties on proper conflict resolution.

01:50 PM – An emergency response was made to the 1900 block of Clay Street where a female was found lying in a ditch. Officers, along with EMS, transported her to Hedrick Medical Center for medical evaluation.

04:52 PM – A motor vehicle accident in the 600 block of Business 36 saw officers assisting in the exchange of insurance details.

10:53 PM – A triggered commercial burglary alarm at the 1200 block of Washington Street turned out to be a false alarm, caused by employees not exiting the store in time after setting it.

11:09 PM – Another commercial burglary alarm at the 400 block of South Washington Street was checked, finding no intruders and securing the premises.

 Wednesday, April 24, 2024

01:58 AM – A vehicle was found in Danner Park after hours. The occupants were advised of park hours upon officer check.

09:16 AM – Court fingerprinting duties were carried out for multiple individuals.

10:11 AM – Animal Control handled a stray cat situation in the 1400 block of Fair St, successfully locating the animal.

11:44 AM – A report of a suspicious person in the 200 block of E Bridge St ended with no individual located.

01:20 PM – Reports of animal abuse in the 1000 block of Elm St led to the execution of a search warrant, with multiple animals being seized and evidence collected for an ongoing investigation.

01:38 PM – Officers provided telephonic advice on a civil matter, guiding the citizen on resolution strategies.

03:20 PM – An illegally parked vehicle at Cooper St. and Dickinson St. was addressed, with the owner contacted to move it.

03:49 PM – An abandoned vehicle issue on private property was directed to the property owner for removal.

04:15 PM – A 911 call mishap was resolved when dispatchers reconnected with the caller who confirmed the call was accidental.

04:47 PM – Queries regarding driver’s license issues were addressed over a phone call to the department.

11:28 PM – A traffic stop near Cherry St. and Bryan St. resulted in the arrest of a female driver violating a protection order.

11:56 PM – A DUI investigation following a traffic stop near Cherry St. and Springhill St. led to the arrest and later release with a citation of a male driver.

Officers conducted traffic stops, and business checks and responded to 81 calls for service on Wednesday

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