Sgt. James Harris in a 1960 picture. Not sure what is going on.
From Safety/Service director, trash pickup is delayed. If your trash hasn’t been picked up by Saturday at noon, it won’t be picked up till Monday. This is due to manpower and heat issues.
A heat advisory is in effect until Friday. Remember to water your pets, and yourself. Don’t leave your pets in the car, the heat inside a car can quickly build up. And most importantly, don’t leave your child in the car. Again this year there have been many cases across the nation of people leaving children in a non-running vehicle.
Check on elderly or handicap neighbors that may not have ac.
On July 12, 2013 at approx. 3:45pm Detectives arrested Derek F. Ragland of 621 Oneida Rd. for one count of aggravated robbery for the June 30th armed robbery of the Expressway Drive-thru at 1032 E. Main St.He will appear in the Chillicothe Municipal Court on Monday July 15th.Detectives are still investigating the other robberies and any tips can be called in to the police department at 773-1191 or 775-2904. Also information can be reported anonymously by emailing email@example.com or by calling Southern Ohio Crime Stoppers at 740-772-TIPS.
No further information will be released at this time due to the on going investigation(s).
Questions about booster seat laws, scams, and other local government websites? Attached are some helpful links. Most notable is the new city of Chillicothe website Chillicothe.com
FBI common schemes
FBI e-scams & warnings
Schemes against the elderly
File a complaint with the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3)
Fireworks are still on for tonight. Short of a hurricane blowing through, they will still be at dusk.
The City of Chillicothe fireworks will be held on July 4th at dusk. Donations can still be made to the City Auditors office to help offset the cost.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol and Pike County Sheriff’s Office are attempting to locate Paul R. Riggs. Mr. Riggs is suspected of causing a June 24 crash on River Road in Pike County that resulted in 3 fatalities and 1 serious injury. Southern Ohio Crime Stoppers is attempting to assist both agencies in locating Mr. Riggs.
Anyone with any information regarding Paul Riggs’ whereabouts is encouraged to contact Southern Ohio Crime Stoppers at 740-773-TIPS , 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or by submitting a tip online at southern Ohio Crimestoppers to submit a tip online.
Any information that leads to Mr. Riggs location, arrest, or conviction is eligible for a substantial cash reward.
Paul R. Riggs is a white/male; 30 years of age; 6’2” tall; brown hair and green eyes. He is wanted for two (2) counts of Aggravated Vehicular Homicide, one (1) count of Vehicular Homicide, and one (1) count of Aggravated Vehicular Assault.
Please do not attempt to detain or apprehend Mr. Riggs. If you do locate him contact your local law enforcement agency, Southern Ohio Crime Stoppers, or dial 9-1-1.
With the Fourth of July approaching, the city of Chillicothe is accepting donations to help offset the cost. Donations, no matter how big or small, can be mailed to the Auditor, 35 S. Paint St. Chillicothe, Oh. Checks should be made out to The City of Chillicothe, and in the memo line, Fireworks Fund.
Donations of $25 or more entitles the donor to a viewing party at the city pool. One ticket per $25 donation, with every person requiring a ticket to enter. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an Adult.