Southern Ohio Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $2000 for
information leading to the identification and arrest of the individual who
murdered Wilson Bond, 64, of Jackson, Ohio.
On Thursday, October 2, 2008, Jackson Police were dispatched to 57 E. Mound
Street, Jackson, Ohio (Jackson County) on the report of a D.O.A. (Dead On
Arrival). The call was made by a local delivery person after noticing that
the front door to a residence belonging to Wilson Bond was partially open.
Neighbors also reported that Mr. Bond had not been seen for a few days. It
was determined by investigators that, 64 year old Wilson Bond had been
murdered in his home.
Additional information from the public is needed to proceed successfully
with this case. Anyone with information about this crime is asked to call
Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.
On April 12, 2010 at approximately 8:00PM, Officers from the Chillicothe Police Department were dispatched to 61 N Bridge St reference a subject causing a disturbance at that location. Sgt. Robinson contacted the suspect at the rear of 306 E Water St, directly behind 61 N Bridge St. Sgt. Robinson attempted to place the suspect, Stephen North, under arrest and Mr. North began to struggle with Sgt. Robinson. An altercation ensued during which Mr. North was able to pin Sgt. Robinson to the ground and Mr. North began striking Sgt. Robinson with closed fists to Sgt. Robinson’s head. A witness to this incident, Richard Lowery, came to the aid of Sgt. Robinson and was able to push Mr. North off of Sgt. Robinson. Mr. Lowery also assisted Sgt. Robinson in detaining Mr. North until other Officers from the Chillicothe Police Department arrived to assist with Mr. North’s arrest. Mr. North was charged with felony assault on a police officer.
Report information regarding Ms. McKinstry anonymously to Southern Ohio Crime Stoppers at 740-773-TIPS (8477), 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), or online at www.southernohiocrimestoppers.com. Any information reported to Southern Ohio Crime Stoppers that leads to the arrest or conviction of Ms. McKinstry could result in a reward of up to $2000.
The Chillicothe Police and Fire Department joined forces against the Ohio State Patrol in a benefit basketball game. $2,000 was raised for the Blue Star Mothers organization. A Nintendo Wii was also donated to the Pioneer School with money raised by the Police and Fire Department. The OSP won. www.bluestarmothers.org