Press release for Feb. 17

12:46 a.m., Officer at Hedrick Medical Center with a prisoner. Subject cleared for confinement and transferred to Daviess/DeKalb County Jail to be incarcerated in lieu of charges of DWI and reckless driving.

7:51 a.m., Officers assisted a Livingston County Deputy on a suspicious activity call. Negative findings.

8:27 a.m., Complaint of a vehicle parked in a no parking zone. Officer checked on vehicle and determined that it was in need of tire repair. Contact was made with owner that was in process of getting repaired.

10:02 a.m., Officer out in the 500 block of Waples Street reference subject missing items from residence. No report at this time.

10:10 a.m., Subject in the 1300 block of Monroe Street reporting theft of telephone in Kansas City. subject advised to contact the jurisdiction where the theft had occurred.

11:21 a.m., Officer out in the 300 block of Jackson Street obtaining information for an out-of-state law enforcement agency.

2:06 p.m., Officer checking on a vehicle that had been parked at the Municipal Airport.

3:07 p.m., Officers checked report of juveniles trespassing at the old Litton Stadium building. Officers spoke with the juveniles.

3:38 p.m., Officers out at Edgewood Cemetery reference a deceased dog had been left at the scene. Animal Control was contacted and responded to and removed the dog from the scene.

3:49 p.m., Officer's took a report of identity theft/fraud. A female party spoke to a person over the phone who was claiming to work for a disability agency and was wanting personal information. The investigation is continuing.

4:21 p.m., Officer out in the 1000 block of S. Washington Street on an investigation.

5:32 p.m., Officer spoke to a subject on the phone that had questions in reference to harassment.

5:37 p.m., Officers out in the 1500 block of Bryan Street on possible disturbance involving several juveniles. No report. handled by officers.

10:25 p.m., Officers out in the 1600 block of Springhill Road on a noise complaint. Officers contacted the source of the complaint and they advised they would quiet down.

On Feb. 17, the Chillicothe Police Department received 70 calls for service.