Monthly Archives: August 2010
Southern Ohio Crime Stoppers is considering paying a police officer or detective from a law enforcement agency that it represents. Attached is a statement from Southern Ohio Crime Stoppers President, Sheila Stearos, which outlines this position. “The Chillicothe Police Department … Continue reading
August 19, 2010 With the announcement of layoffs of (5) city police officers, the Chillicothe Police Department will have to make some tough decisions as to what priorities we address first. The Police Department is authorized to have (45) patrol … Continue reading
The Chillicothe Police Department needs assistance in identifying a theft suspect. The theft occurred on a Chillicothe Transit Bus on August 2, 2010 at approximately 5:40pm. Attached to this release are photographs of the suspect depicting the theft. We are … Continue reading
The Chillicothe Police Department is investigating a theft from Kohls that occurred on 8-10-10. Attached are pictures of the suspects. Any information can be given to the investigating officer, Ofc. S. Murray.
Detectives from the Chillicothe Police Department have made an arrest in the aggravated robbery that occurred at Circle K, 659 N High St on August 12. Arrested was Randy Pollock, 46 yoa. He was located at his residence at 239 … Continue reading
Margaret L. Fearnow has been identified as a PERSON OF INTEREST in the recent mailbox thefts occurring in several surrounding counties. Anyone with information on her whereabouts can contact the Chillicothe Police Department at 740-773-1191 or your local law enforcement … Continue reading
The Chillicothe Police Department is investigating a robbery, which occurred at Circle K, 659 N High St in our city. The W/M suspect, possibly wearing a wig, entered the business at approximately 11:15 PM on August 12, 2010. He then … Continue reading
City of Chillicothe and Ross County 911 back online.
The Chillicothe Police Department and Ross County Sheriff’s Department will host National Night Out, a nationwide crime prevention effort, this evening in Yoctangee Park. The event will have food, entertainment and a car show. Displays of various police vehicles and … Continue reading