Search warrant served

After receiving numerous anonymous complaints about possible drug trafficking at 98 Ewing St and an ensuing investigation by narcotics detectives, the Chillicothe Police Department Emergency Response Team executed a search warrant at that residence on June 28, 2011 at approximately 3:30PM. During the search of the residence detectives located $1500 cash, Heroin, and numerous items of drug paraphernalia all of which was confiscated. Several subjects were contacted inside of the residence and three (3) of the subjects were arrested during this search.
Search Warrant Served After Drug Investigation
Gary Speakmam
32 years of age
305 S. Carlisle Street
Quincy, Ohio
Obstructing Official Business
Possession of Drug Abuse Instruments
Shane A. Hayes
31 years of age
98 Ewing Street
Chillicothe, Ohio
Possession of Heroin
Possession of Drug Abuse Instruments

Deandre A.S. Wilson
25 years of age
LKA 1147 Fabor Ave.
Columbus, Ohio
Felony Probation Violation
Possession of Heroin
Obstructing Official Business




More Pictures

Scouring through the basement of the Law Complex, I have found thousands of old pictures. The problem is, the majority are in negative form, with some positives. I was able to photo shop the positives and post those.
I need access to a backlit scanner to do the negatives. Anyone know where I can get one cheap, or use it?

Search Warrant Served

The Chillicothe Police Department, Ross County Sheriff’s Office, US 23 Major Crimes Task Force, and the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation and Identification joined forces to serve two (2) search warrants in the early morning hours of June 17, 2011.
​The first search warrant was served at 379 Skaggs Road, Londonderry. Upon entering the residence law enforcement found 3 ounces of Heroin, $4000 in cash, ¼ pound of marijuana, and 2 guns, all of which was seized. The resident, Shawn Bivens, resisted members of a joint Emergency Response Team and a TASER was utilized to safely secure him and he was later arrested.
​The second search warrant was served at 303 Sherman Park, Chillicothe. Upon entering the residence law enforcement found items of drug paraphernalia inside. Arrested were the resident’s, Shawn Bivens II and Alicia Uhrig.




Circle K Robbery

The Chillicothe Police Department is investigating a robbery, which occurred at Circle K, 659 N High St on June 14, 2011 at approximately 10:40PM. The suspect contacted the store clerk and demanded all of the money in the cash register as well as cartons of cigarettes. The suspect was last seen departing the area on foot.

​The suspect in this incident was described as a white/male, approximately 6 feet tall and 150 lbs. He is believed to be around 30 years of age and was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, lighter color blue jeans, and black shoes.

​Anyone with information about this robbery or with information on the suspect please contact Det. Gannon at (740) 773-1191. Information can also be given anonymously to Southern Ohio Crime Stoppers by calling (740) 773-TIPS (8477) or 1-800-222-TIPS. Information can also be reported online at Any information through Southern Ohio Crime Stoppers that leads to the arrest or conviction of the suspect could be eligible for a reward of up to $1000.00.



Search warrant served at local Pain Clinic

​An investigation lasting more than one year and involving numerous agencies has resulted in a search warrant being executed at Primary Health, 173 S Renick Avenue, Chillicothe. The search warrant was executed in hopes of reducing the potential abuse of prescription medication, which poses a risk to public health.

​Agencies involved in this investigation include the Chillicothe Police Department, Ross County Sheriff’s Office, US 23 Major Crimes Task Force, Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation and Identification, Ohio State Board of Pharmacy, and the Ohio Medical Board.

​During the execution of the search warrant, numerous documents were seized. No arrests were made at this time, but this case remains under investigation with possible criminal charges pending


Theft from Diamond Works

The Chillicothe Police Department needs help identifying the man in the attached video and picture. Any information can be forwarded to Ofc. McGowan, refering to report 11-7401. 740-773-1191

Anyonymous information can also be left by calling Southern Ohio Crimestoppers at 740-773-TIPS.

Theft from Diamond Works

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Church St. Robbery Suspect arrested

A caller with information identifying the person In the video surveillance has led to the arrest of the suspect. He is identified as Jesse McKeever, 22 yrs. Old.
McKeever is being held in the Ross Co. Jail on the charges of Aggravated Robbery.

Church St. Robbery

The Chillicothe Police Department is investigating a robbery that occurred on May 31, 2011 at approximately 10:00AM in the 500 block of Church St. The suspect assaulted the victim and took undisclosed items in committing this robbery.
The suspect is a young W/M, approximately 6 feet tall; thin build, with short, dark colored hair. At the time of the robbery he was wearing a gray, zip up sweat jacket, a gray T-shirt with a dark stripe and small design on the front, and white shorts with a dark stripe down both sides.
The suspect is considered dangerous and should not be approached. Anyone with information regarding this theft is asked to contact Detective Rourke, Chillicothe Police Department, at (740) 773-1191. Information can also be reported to Southern Ohio Crime Stoppers, anonymously, by calling (740) 773-TIPS (8477), 1-800-222-TIPS, or online at Information that leads to the arrest or conviction of the suspect, reported through Southern Ohio Crime Stoppers, could be eligible for a reward of up to $1000.

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