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3 indicted,1 charged in West end burglary spree

The Chillicothe Police Department indicted 3 subjects, and an additional subject has been charged, in connection with multiple burglaries on the West side of Chillicothe. The burglaries occurred throughout the month of July and into August 2012. Jeremy D. Smith was indicted on one (1) count of burglary. Desean Fairrow was indicted on one (1) count of complicity to burglary. Jordan Stotridge was indicted on one (1) count of complicity to burglary. Joshua Honaker has been charged, through Chillicothe Municipal Court, on one (1) felony count of receiving stolen property.

These subjects have been linked to multiple burglaries. Additional charges are pending further investigation by the Chillicothe Police Department and future indictments are expected. There are also charges expected against additional suspects, regarding the property related to these crimes.

Jeremy D. Smith

Desean Fairrow
Complicity to burglary

Jordan Stotridge
Complicity to burglary

Joshua Honaker
Receiving stolen property


CPD investigating Breaking and Enterings and burglaries

The Chillicothe Police Department is investigating five (5) breaking and entering complaints that were reported in the early morning hours of September 11, 2011.
The first was when a Chillicothe Police Officer found the rear door at Kitchen Collection, 202 Chillicothe Mall pried open and the audible alarm to this business sounding. This was found at 3:20AM. At this time it is unknown what, if anything was actually missing from the business.
The second was found at 3:43AM when an officer was responding to the alarm sounding at Dunham’s Sports, 110 Consumer Center. The Officer arrived and found a front window to the business busted out. A Sentry Sports .223 assault rifle was found missing from the business along with other items.
The third was found at 5:44AM when an officer responded to the alarm sounding at Smoker Friendly, 668 Central Center. The officer arrived and found the front door to the business was busted out. It is unknown at this time if anything is missing from the business.
The fourth was reported at 8:16AM when the rear door at Dairy Dream Carry Out, 486 S. Paint St was found pried open. Numerous cartons of Marlboro cigarettes were missing from the business along with other items.
The final burglary was reported at 8:42AM at the residence at 566 N High St. Missing from the residence was a High Point .380 hand gun and numerous other items. Although reported at this time this burglary is actually believed to have happened sometime on September 10, 2011.
Many of the businesses did have video surveillance, which is currently being reviewed for any potential evidentiary value. These videos may be available for release to the public after being reviewed by the Chillicothe Police Department.
At this time, it is unknown if any of these incidents are related as each of the investigations are ongoing. Additional information will be released as it comes available.

Burglary suspects arrested

The Chillicothe Police Department is investigating a burglary at occurred on January 31, 2011 at approximately 1:00PM at the residence of 42 Timberlane Dr. Officers received a complaint, from neighbors, about a Ford F-350 dually backed up to the garage at the victim residence and responded to the area. Officers found that the garage door and a rear door to the residence were open and it appeared as though someone had been inside of the residence. The victim stated that numerous items were missing from the residence. The suspects were described as a W/F with short, blue colored hair and a W/M wearing a heavy coat and a knit cap. A short time later, Officers stopped a vehicle matching the description. Both subjects inside of the vehicle matched the description given by witnesses. Numerous items believed to be from the residence was found inside of the vehicle and on a suspects person. Both arrested in connection with this incident.
​The Chillicothe Police Department would like to thank the neighbors in the area of 42 Timberlane Drive who were willing to become active in protecting their neighborhood. Due to their timeliness in calling and their willingness to become involved, along with quick response from Officers of the Chillicothe Police Department, these suspects were caught and the victim’s items were recovered.

Nicole Newland,
Elisha VanHooser,

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