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City of Chillicothe, Crime Reports
Violent Crime:118
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:1
Forcible Rape:8
Aggravated Assault:72
Property Crime:2,141
Larceny Theft:1,668
Motor Vehicle Theft:47
City of Chillicothe, Census Data
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Total population of residents21,901
White resident population recorded19,294
Black or African American resident population recorded1,577
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded71
Asian resident population recorded112
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded2
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded292
Resident population of some other race recorded105
Resident population of two or more races recorded740
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Search warrant 640 Glencroft Ave. Stolen firearms recoverd
At approximately 12:15PM, 5-16-13, the Chillicothe Police Department Special Response Team and detectives executed a search warrant at 640 Glencroft Avenue. Upon entering the residence, detectives found heroin, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, a gun and a large amount of cash. Numerous subjects were inside of the residence at the time of the search warrant and 3 [...]
May 17 2013 - Source:

Search Warrant served
On May 2nd at approx. 2pm Chillicothe Police Detectives along with the Special Response Team served a search warrant at 356 Riverside St. after conducting an investigation into drug trafficking. Located inside the residence was Heroin, cocaine, marijuana, pills, drug paraphernalia, cash and several guns. Arrested was Reynard L. Reed who was charged with possession [...]
May 02 2013 - Source:

Rising Meth labs prompt search warrant service
On April 25, 2013 at approximately 8:00AM the Chillicothe Police Department Special Response Team and Detectives executed a search warrant at 87 N Rose St. Upon entering the residence the Special Response Team detected the strong smell of chemicals and could see fumes from these chemicals inside of the house. Three (3) subjects were removed [...]
April 25 2013 - Source:

Search warrants served
On January 10th, 2013 at approx. 2pm Chillicothe Police Detectives along with the S.R.T. and US 23 Pipeline Task Force Agents served two search warrants in Lincoln Park. The occupants in these apartments have been under investigation for trafficking in illegal narcotics and the search warrants were obtained after detectives were able to purchase heroin [...]
January 11 2013 - Source:

12-11-12 search warrant info
The Chillicothe Police Department Special Response Team served two (2) drug search warrants on December 11th. The first was served on the residence at 258 S. Mulberry St. at approximately 5:30PM. Officers contacted 8 subjects inside of the residence. While searching the residence, Officers found heroin along with paraphernalia associated with heroin use. Arrested was [...]
December 12 2012 - Source:

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 [...]
June 21 2012 - Source:
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2:14-cv-00340 Allah-U-Akbar v. Warden, Chillicothe Correctional Institution
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1:14-cv-00308 Rose v. Warden Chillicothe Correctional Institution
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Model Seder lecture to be presented at Walsh University
A multimedia learning opportunity about the symbolism in a Passover Seder is scheduled from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday in the Barrette Business and Community Center at Walsh University, 2020 E. Maple St., North Canton. The session will be facilitated by Rabbi John Spitzer, associate professor of Jewish studies and founding director of the Jewish-Catholic Studies Institute at Walsh. It does not include a full Seder meal but symbolic foods will be served.Passover, which begins at sundown on April 14, is one of the most commonly observed Jewish holidays. Agriculturally, it represents the beginning of the harvest season in Israel, but observances primarily focus on the exodus of the Hebrews from slavery in Egypt. During the eight-day celebration, families and friends typically gather on the first two nights to share the Seder meal, using a book called the Haggadah as a guide. Symbolic foods on the Seder plate are also used to share the Passover story. Passover will conclude at sundown on April 22.Reservations and a $5 donation are requested for the Walsh event. Students with identification will be admitted free. Parking is free adjacent to the center. The session is eligible for credit in the Walsh Lifelong Learning Academy and is recognized by the dioceses of Youngstown and Cleveland for religious education credit. For more information, call 330-244-4734 or email other religion news:EventsCanton Christian Women’s Connection — at The Fairways, 1500 Rogwin Circle SW, Plain Township. 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 17. Lights, Camera, Action! is the theme for monthly luncheon. Speaker Loraine Serra will discuss how life in the spotlight “can be blinding.” A vocalist, she will also entertain with a mini-concert after her talk. The $13 cost includes lunch. For required reservations or free nursery, call Sherry at 330-837-6552 or email by Sunday. All area women are welcome.Catholic Charities of Summit County — Noon to 8 p.m. Sunday. Beef O’Brady’s will contribute up to 20 percent of food sales to Catholic Charities during those hours. Carryout is available. Locations participating are 3732 Darrow Road, Stow, 330-688-8200; 1090 Williams Reserve Blvd., Wadsworth, 330-336-3600; and 3975 Cascades Blvd., Brimfield Township, 330-678-4800. Customers wishing to participate will need the “Spirit Night” flyer. It can be downloaded at or Catholic Charities will send one to you. Call 330-762-2961, ext. 220 or 232 or email Diocese of Youngstown — at St. Columba Cathedral, 159 W Rayen Ave., Youngstown. 4:30 p.m. April 12. Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord Mass with Very Reverend Monsignor Peter M. Polando presiding. Sunday Masses will be at 10:30 a.m. with the Rev. Edward Brienz, and at 4 p.m. with Monsignor Polando presiding. 330-744-8451.Faith United Methodist Church — 1235 Tallmadge Road, Brimfield Township. 4:30 to 7 p.m. April 12. Swiss steak dinner will be served. Includes mashed potatoes, vegetables, coleslaw, applesauce, desserts and beverage. Adults $9, youth $4, ages 5 and younger free. Carryout available.First Church of Brethren — 1812 Marigold Ave., Akron. 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. today. All-you-can-eat soup supper plus desserts. Adults $6, ages 12 and under $4.Grace United Methodist Church — 1720 Schneider St. NW, Plain Township. 2 to 4 p.m. April 13. Easter Adventure and Egg Hunt will be held for children. They will experience and take part in Palm Sunday, The Garden of Gethsemane, The Last Supper, Good Friday and The Resurrection. That will be followed by an age-appropriate Easter egg hunt. Refreshments will be served. Free and open to everyone. Register by Tuesday at 330-499-2330.Green Valley United Methodist Church — 620 E. Turkeyfoot Lake Road, Green. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday. The annual Spring Salad Luncheon will be held. Cost is $6 and all proceeds will go to missions. 330-896-4357.Livingstone Baptist Church — 288 Harter Ave., Barberton. 10:45 a.m. Sunday. Marking the second pastoral appreciation celebration for the Rev. Paul Watson and his wife, Bonita. At morning service, speaker will be the Rev. Paul Smoot. At 4 p.m. service, the speaker is Bishop Clifton T. Jones Sr. Both speakers are from Agape Love Ministries in Sandusky. 330-753-0648.Love Akron Network — at Mountain of the Lord Fellowship, 1477 Copley Road, Akron. 10 to 11:30 a.m. Wednesday. All Christian leaders are invited to pray, network and fellowship at a prayer event. Lunch immediately following. For information or to RSVP, email Calvary Baptist Church — 442 Bell St., Akron. 9 a.m. to noon today. FirstMerit’s Free Mortgage Seminar will be held. Includes free credit counseling, refreshments and child care available for ages 3 to 8. Preregistration required. Call 330-253-3711 or arrive at 8:30 a.m. today before the seminar.St. George’s Fellowship Centre — 3204 Ridgewood Road, Fairlawn. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 12, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 13. The Avant-Garde Art & Craft Show will be held. A portion of the profits will benefit Stewart’s Caring Place, a nonprofit cancer wellness center. Admission is $3, ages 12 and under free. Mark Lutheran Church — 158 North Ave., Tallmadge. 6 p.m. Wednesday. Last of the Lenten soup suppers will be served. It will be followed by a Lenten service with communion at 7 p.m. 330-633-3718.St. Mark’s Episcopal Church — 515 48th St., Canton. 5:30 p.m. Tuesday. A potluck meal and Lent program will be held. Bring a dish to share. Saving Jesus, a video program presenting several contemporary theologians’ exploration of a “credible Jesus for the third millennium” will begin at 6:15 p.m., followed by conversation. 330-499-2662.St. Matthew Rectory — 2603 Benton St., Akron. 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursday and April 24. A Cancer Spirituality Group will meet twice a month on the second and fourth Thursdays starting in April. It is for those facing the diagnosis of cancer or have faced that diagnosis in the past, and who wish to talk about the experience in the context of spirituality. It is facilitated by cancer survivors Pat Flaherty and Linda Herold. For more information, contact Pat at 330-628-5725 or Universalist Church of Akron — 3300 Morewood Road, Fairlawn. 7 p.m. Thursday. Opening reception and silent auction for UU Women in Action Inaugural Spring Art Show. The exhibit will run through April 27. Seventeen local artists will be featured with a wide range of mediums. The pieces include glass, textile, photography, jewelry, ceramic, metal work and more. Visit from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sundays. 330-836-2206.PerformancesThe Chapel in Marlboro — 8700 State Route 619, Marlboro Township. 6 p.m. Sunday. The Blackwood Quartet will be in concert for one performance only. Free-will offering. 330-935-0132.Fairlawn Lutheran Church — 3415 W. Market St., Fairlawn. 4 p.m. Sunday. Holtkamp Organ Dedication Recital, featuring Mark Lindgren and Gary Pinter on organ and piano. They will play duets of well-known sacred selections and hymns. Pipes were recently added to the Holtkamp pipe organ, as originally designed. The recital is the Parish Arts Series’ fifth free concert of the season. Refreshments afterward in Fellowship Hall. 330-867-3082.Christ Presbyterian Church — 530 Tuscarawas St. W., Canton. 7:30 p.m. Friday. The 2013-14 Christ Church Concert Series continues with A Tale of Three Cities: Music Between the Wars featuring soprano Christine Brandes and organist Jonathan Dimmock. Suggested donation of $10-15. 330-456-8113, Lady of Perpetual Help — 342 S. Chillicothe Road, Aurora. 4 p.m. Sunday. The play Make Us Believers will be presented. Written and directed by Bob Summers, it is a musical of the Passion of Christ. Free-will offering. A post-production, meet-the-cast reception will be held in the parish hall. 330-562-8419, ext. 233.Whipple Heights CMA Church — 4900 12th St. NW, Canton. 7 p.m. Friday. The Canton Singspiration Concert will feature the Southern Gospel Quartet and Ed O’Neal and the Dixie Melody Boys, along with the Pathway Quartet. Free-will offering. 330-477-7834.Speakers, classes, workshopsParents of Prodigals — at Natatorium Erie Room, 2345 Fourth St., Cuyahoga Falls. 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday. A seminar titled Don’t Be Blindsided: Heroin Use is an Epidemic will be held. Speakers are China Darrington of XIX Recovery Support Services and Dennis Shawhand of Broken Chains Ministry, Summit County Jail. Open to all concerned parents and family members who want to know the signs of heroin use. Registration fee is $5. Seating is limited. For information or group reservations, call Ed Davidian at 330-620-5668.Renew — at Tangier restaurant, 532 W Market St., Akron. 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Thursday. The Rev. Ronald J. Fowler, pastor laureate of Arlington Church of God, will speak on A Winner’s Game Plan at the monthly meeting. Pastor for 37 years, the Rev. Fowler has received numerous service awards including the Bert A. Polsky Humanitarian Award and Love Akron’s Allies Award. RSVP to Cost of $15 includes lunch and is payable at the door.The deadline for Religion Notes is noon Tuesday. Items must be in writing. Please fax information to 330-996-3033, email it to or send it to Religion, Akron Beacon Journal, 44 E. Exchange St., Akron OH 44309.
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2:14-cv-00226 Boddie v. Warden, Chillicothe Correctional Institution
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Health Bulletin Board: Akron General recognized for wellness efforts
Akron General Health System is receiving more national recognition for its leadership in the field of health and wellness.The Medical Wellness Association has selected Akron General for its annual Best of Medical Wellness award in the hospital category.The health system will receive the award during the nonprofit association’s annual meeting next week in San Diego.“The designation is indicative of the national leadership role in medical wellness we have developed over the years at Akron General,” Doug Ribley, senior vice president of wellness services at Akron General Health System, said in a news release. “This award is a testament to our organization and to the hundreds of employees who are dedicated to the delivery of the highest quality medical wellness services.”Akron General’s Health and Wellness centers in Bath Township, Green and Stow include LifeStyles, a medically supervised fitness center staffed by athletic trainers, personal trainers, exercise physiologists, nutritionists and wellness experts.LifeStyles has been recognized by Club Industry magazine since 1999 as the No. 1 hospital-owned fitness center in the nation, according to Akron General.Strollin’ through colon Summa Health System is offering a free Strollin’ Colon informational event from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday in the lobby of Summa Akron City Hospital’s Ann and David Brennan Critical Care Tower.Participants can walk through a 12-foot long inflatable “colon” while getting tips on how to lower their risk of colorectal cancer.A colorectal cancer nurse navigator will be available to answer questions at the event, which also includes refreshments, a raffle and giveaways.Registration isn’t required. For more information, call Summa’s Oncology Resource Library at 330-375-7280.Health insurance helpAxessPointe Community Health Center is hosting two enrollment fairs to help people review their options for health coverage.The free events will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 22 at AxessPointe’s Barberton office, Suite E, 390 Robinson Ave.; and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 29 at its Kent office, 1993 State Route 59.Certified application counselors will be available to help review insurance options, as well as to assist with Medicaid applications. Open enrollment began Oct. 1 and continues through March 31 for the new Health Insurance Marketplace plans.Under the Affordable Care Act, most Americans are required to get health insurance or face a potential financial penalty when they file their 2014 taxes next year. The marketplace, also known as an exchange, is a computerized system available online at It allows consumers to compare plans and determine whether they qualify for financial help from the federal government in paying for coverage. Medicaid eligibility for adults in Ohio also was boosted, starting Jan. 1, to 138 percent of the federal poverty standard, or $15,856 for an individual. Previously, Ohio adults without children were ineligible for Medicaid, except for low-income disabled residents. In some families, children qualify for coverage but their parents don’t. Representatives from the five insurance companies offering Medicaid coverage in the region — Buckeye Community Health, UnitedHealthcare Community Plan, CareSource, Molina Healthcare and Paramount — will be available at the enrollment event to answer questions. Free family supportThe Mental Health & Recovery Board of Portage County and NAMI Portage County are sponsoring a free program to help area residents who have a loved one with a mental illness.The Portage County Family-to-Family Education Program will take place from 9:30 a.m. to noon every Saturday for 12 weeks beginning March 15 at The Church in Aurora, 146 S. Chillicothe Road. The program is open to anyone with a family member or friend with a brain disease, including schizophrenia, manic depression, clinical depression, an anxiety disorder or obsessive compulsive disorder. The course is taught by local residents who have a family member living with mental illness. Topics covered include treatments, rehabilitation services, problem-solving, communication and advocacy.Deadline to register is March 13.To register, call the Mental Health & Recovery Board at 330-673-1756, ext. 201, or send an email to Include a name, phone, street address, city and ZIP code. Cheryl Powell can be reached at 330-996-3902 or Follow Powell on Twitter at
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2:14-cv-00226 Boddie, Jr. v. Warden, Chillicothe Correctional Institution
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Chillicothe, Crime News
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Ohio SPCA Continues To Investigate After Rescuing Emaciated Horses
A Chillicothe woman accused of leaving six horses outside to die during the winter has been charged with a misdemeanor.
March 21 2014 - Source:

Mother Shot While Protecting Child During Chillicothe Home Invasion
A 2-year-old little girl was held by neighbors Friday morning near the corner of Church Street and Allen Avenue in Chillicothe.
March 07 2014 - Source:

Community Hopes To Address String Of Ross County Church Break-Ins
Dozens met in Chillicothe Saturday night to address a string of church break-ins over the last month which community leaders say they believe is related to drug addiction.
December 14 2013 - Source:

Family accused of taking part in violent crimes in Clay County behind bars
The three are accused to being a part of what troopers with the West Virginia State Police are calling a theft ring out of Clay County.
December 13 2013 - Source:

Family accused of numerous thefts in Clay County behind bars
The three are accused to being a part of what troopers with the West Virginia State Police are calling a theft ring out of Clay County.
December 13 2013 - Source:

Bank Stops Would-Be Robber By Locking Doors
Police are looking for a man who attempted to rob the Kingston National Bank in Chillicothe. Get Details.
November 18 2013 - Source:

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