Chillicothe Police Activity 9/15/21

Wednesday, September 15th, 2021

09:01 AM Officers responded to the 1200 block of Clay Street to check the well being of a juvenile that had not been attending school. Juvenile was to found have gone to school this day with an investigation to continue.

11:37 AM Officers contacted a suspicious male that was reportedly carring around a trash can near the Park Ln and Washington Street area. The subject had been picked up by a vehicle prior to officer arrival.

11:48 AM Officers conducted a traffic stop in the 200 block of Washington Street resulting in the arrest of one adult male on an outstanding Livingston Co warrant. Subject was unable to post bond and was transported to DDRJ.

03:08 PM Officers took a report of child abuse. The abuse was reported while the juvenile was at school. Investigation is underway.

03:17 PM Officers served a 96 hour warrant on a subject that was then transported to a medical facility for evaluation.

03:26 PM officers were called to the area of 3rd and Dickenson for a dog that had been captured after it was running at large. Reporting parties were advised to contact animal control to pick up the dog.

04:36 PM Officers assisted a stranded vehicle near the intersection of Washington and Ryan Ln. Officers pushed the vehicle out of the roadway.

05:27 PM Officers responded to a business in the 600 block of BUS. 36 to serve a warrant on an adult male. Subject was located, unable to bond, and was transported to DDRJ.

05:58 PM Officers were advised of a possible domestic disturbance in a parking lot in the 1200 block of Washington Street. The suspect vehicle was gone prior to officer arrival.

06:38 PM Officer responded to an audible alarm in the 100 block of Calhoun Street. Alarm was determined to be coming from a discarded fire alarm. Alarm was disabled to keep it from further disturbing the neighborhood.

09:15 PM Officers responded to the 600 block of Washington Street in reference to a domestic assault in progress. After investigating the incident, officers did not make an arrest due to insufficient evidence as to who the primary physical aggressor was. The Missouri domestic 12 hour law was put into effect and parties were ordered to separate.

Officers also conducted traffic stops, business checks, paper service, and followed up with numerous investigations.

The Chillicothe Police Department received 115 calls for service on Wednesday September 15th, 2021.