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Concerned Citizens Help Circleville Take Drugs off The Street

CIRCLEVILE – On Friday June 22, 2018 Officers Canterbury and Morningstar responded to Ohio Heights on a call of a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of the apartment complex.
   Once they arrived they located the vehicle in question, occupied by several people, in the parking lot.
   While speaking with the occupants inside the vehicle drug paraphernalia was visible to the Officers. The occupants were removed from the vehicle and the vehicle was searched.
   Officers located 4.8 Grams of suspected Methamphetamine, a loaded Smith & Wesson 9mm handgun, 15 cell phones, 3 laptops, an assortment of external hard drives and an over abundance of drug paraphernalia.
   Chip Gillian, 39 of Circleville, was arrested and charged with Felony Drug Possession and Having Weapons Under Disability. He was transported to the Pickaway County Jail.
   This arrest was made possible by concerned citizens who called the Circleville Police Department and made us aware of the suspicious activity. Please help us continue to make our community a safer place by calling in suspicious activity. You can call our dispatch center at 740-474-8888 ext. #1 or you can call the drug tips line at 740-477-DRUG. You can remain anonymous at either number.