Press release for April 16

7:58 a.m., Commercial business alarm in the 600 block of N, Washington Street. Accidental activation.

8:00 a.m., Officers performing requested well-being check in the 2600 block of Shawnee Drive. Contacted subject and they have a doctor appointment.

8:34 a.m., Officer monitoring traffic at U.S. Highway 36 and U.S. Highway 65 Junction. No violations observed.

8:48 a.m., Officer out in the 10 block of S. Washington Street to arrest 19-year-old Chillicothe resident on a probation violation warrant. Subject was processed and transported to Daviess/DeKalb County Regional Jail.

10:16 a.m., Officer out at courthouse for court duties.

10:22 a.m., Officer performing prisoner transport to Daviess/DeKalb County Regional Jail.

11:05 a.m., Officer checking area of E. Jackson Street for child walking in middle of street with two bicycles. Officer unable to locate subject of call, did locate one child riding a bicycle. Child okay.

11:54 a.m., Officer out in the 1400 block of Polk Street on child sex abuse investigation. Information obtained and investigation continuing.

12:28 p.m., School Resource Officer delivering homework to several students.

12:41 p.m., Report of debris in the roadway at Hwy.190 and U.S. Highway 65. Debris removed from roadway by officer.

12:59 p.m., Officer performing well-being check on residents in the 1100 block of Webster Street. Officers contacted residents and found okay, having phone issues.

1:58 p.m., Officer spoke to business on the phone whose employee was receiving harassing phone calls. Situation handled by officer.

2:33 p.m., Officer out in 1400 block of Polk Street with Family Services on a child sexual abuse investigation. Investigation continuing.

3:19 p.m., Officer spoke to a Warsaw resident who possibly is victim of fraud where local banking institution was utilized. Subject was advised to contact his local jurisdiction for reporting the incident. Investigation continuing.

4:02 p.m., Officer speaking with subject that had received a harassing email. They were advised to delete the email as it was a scam.

5:17 p.m., Officer was out in the 200 block of Williams Street on a continuing investigation.

5:43 p.m., Officer speaking with subject receiving harassing phone calls. Subject was advised of their options.

6:57 p.m., Request for officers to check a residence in the 1300 block of Calhoun Street as there had been subjects observed messing around the area. Officers checked the premises and found okay.

7:59 p.m., Report from business in the 400 block of S. Washington that a subject was making harassing phone calls to the business. Subject was contacted by phone and advised to stop the calls and to not return to the business location.

9:24 p.m., Officer speaking on phone with subject wanting to provide information on criminal activity. Information received to continue the investigation.

On April 16, the Chillicothe Police received 69 calls for service.

The Chillicothe Police Department warns that during these uncertain times don’t let yourself be fooled by unsolicited emails or posts directed over social media that are asking for financial assistance or where it sounds as though you might gain financially by providing personal or financial information. There are any number of cyber criminals out there on the phone or internet that are trying to profit from the world health situation at this time. Use common sense and don’t fall prey to their persuasive tactics!!!