Heat to reach 100′s this week.

With heat pushing 100+ this week, don’t leave your dog locked In your car. Even with four windows cracked, and an outside temperature of 82 degrees, the temperature inside of your car is 109. So, is it really that important to take Fido to the store? For more go to mydogiscool.com
The same also applies to those that want to leave the kids in the car as well. Or even completely forgetting about them being strapped to the car seat.
Check on elderly and infirm neighbors and relatives.

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Help needed in ID of theft suspect

On 6-11-12 the suspect entered Motomart on Western Ave. The suspect asked for a carton of cigarettes. After the clerk placed the cigarettes on the counter, the suspect snatched the carton and ran out the door. Anyone with any information to t the identification of the suspect can call Ofc. J. Demint at 740-773-1191, please refer to 12-11842.
Anonymous tips can be made to Southern Ohio Crimestoppers by calling 740-773-TIPS or by submitting a tip to submit a tip

5 arrested in E. Water st. Search warrant

On June 20th, 2012 detectives from the Chillicothe Police Department and the Chillicothe Police Department’s Special Response Team served at search warrant at 367 E. Water St.
During the search of the residence over ten grams of heroin, percocet, and cash were seized.
Numerous subjects were located in the residence. The following subjects were arrested and incarcerated in the Ross County Jail:
1. Constance Blocker (the resident) charged with Permitting Drug Abuse
2. Terrance “T. C.” Collins from Columbus Ohio was charged with Possession of Heroin
3. Robert Darks from Columbus Ohio was charged with Possession of Heroin.
4. Ginger Gonz from Chillicothe, Ohio was charged with Aggravated Possession of Drugs
5. Carmen McCoy from Columbus Ohio was charged with Aggravated Possession of Drugs and Tampering with Evidence.
The search warrant was a result of citizen complaints and information that the police department received in reference to Terrance Collins and Robert Darks bringing drugs from Columbus to Chillicothe to distribute. Both subjects have extensive criminal histories which include both drug offense convictions and weapons convictions.

Theft of bike from Library

The attached picture is of a young boys bike that was stolen from the library on S. Paint St. Last night, 6-19-12 around 9:00pm. It would be nice to get this little guys bike back to him. Please contact Ofc. I. Law horn if you have any information.
Anonymous tips can be made to Southern Ohio Crimestoppers by calling 740-773-TIPS or by submitting a tip to submit a tip

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Streets closing for GOBA event

Several city streets will be closed between 4PM and 8PM. Streets have been posted NO PARKING and vehicles left In the no parking areas at 4PM will be towed.
The street closures are
2nd St. (Between Walnut St. and Mulberry St.)
Walnut St. O (Between 2nd St. and Water St.)
Water St. (Between Walnut St. and Mulberry St.)
Mulberry St. (Between Water St. and 2nd St.)
Also, Paint St. will be closed to traffic between Main & Water

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Theft of Apple products from Wal-Mart, ID sought

Help is needed in identifying the suspects in the attached pictures. On the morning of 6-8-12, the suspects stole several thousand dollars worth of Ipads, Ipods and iTouchs. The pair left in a green or silver Kia Soul. Anyone with information on the suspects can contact Ofc. C. McGowan by calling the CPD at 740-773-1191. refer to report #12-11541.
Tips can also be made through Southern Ohio Crimestoppers by calling 740-773-TIPS. These tips could be eligible for a reward if information leads to the arrest of the suspects. Visit their website at southern Ohio Crimestoppers to submit a tip online.





TRAFFIC ALERT

Water line break in the area of Western Ave. at McDonalds. Traffic is being diverted to one lane each direction. travel in this area should be avoided for awhile. No word on boil advisory yet

Can you Identify the suspect in this theft of a credit card?

The Chillicothe Police department is investigating the theft of a credit card from a locker at OU-C. The credit card was later used to make purchases at Krogers and Wal-Mart. Anyone having information regarding the posted picture, can contact the investigator, Ofc. C. Morris and refer to report # 12-7794.
Tips can also be made through Southern Ohio Crimestoppers by calling 740-773-TIPS. These tips could be eligible for a reward if information leads to the arrest of the suspects. Visit their website at southern Ohio Crimestoppers to submit a tip online.


Help needed in theft from Mountaineer Appliances

Chillicothe PD needs help in identifying the truck and passengers in this video. Anyone with information on the identification of the suspect/suspects, can contact Ofc. C. McGowan at 740-773-1191, please refer to report #12-10972.

Tips can also be made through Southern Ohio Crimestoppers by calling 740-773-TIPS. These tips could be eligible for a reward if information leads to the arrest and conviction of the suspects. Visit their website at southern Ohio Crimestoppers to submit a tip online.

K9 Koby, CPD new police canine

Ofc. Mike Short has recently completed Canine Handler school. Ofc. Short and partner, Koby, will soon be hitting the streets.

K9 Koby is a 2 year old Malinois from the Netherlands. Koby, and his handler, Ofc. Mike Short, completed a 10 week Trainer/Handler Course with Gold Shield Canine in Columbus, OH.
The Canine team is trained in Tracking, Building Search, Area Search, Article/Evidence
Search, Handler Protection, Criminal Apprehension, On and Off Leash Obedience, and Narcotics Detection.
mshort@chillicothepolice.com
CANINE Ceiko

Ciko was born in 2009, and is a Dutch Shepherd. Ciko and Ofc. Gannon received their training at Lynwood Kennels in Fremont, Oh. Ceiko and handler Ofc. Gannon are both sworn Police Officers.
tgannon@chillicothepolice.com

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The mission of the canine unit is to provide a trained canine that can be deployed whenever needed to fulfill a mission to safeguard the community and its officers. Additionally, to provide a clear deterrent to resistive suspects intent on assault, evasion or escape.

The training of the handler team include, but is not limited to, the following skills:

1) Tracking

2) Building Search

3) Field Search

4) Handler Protection

5) Physical Apprehension

6) Narcotics Detection

Standards of performance are in compliance with North American Police Work Dog Association and OPOTA Standards

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Special thanks to Chris Adkins of Petland. They have graciously donated the kennel system, treats, food and toys.
Also thanks to Northfork Animal Clinic who provides Veterinary services.

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