The Waynesville Police Department is providing an update to the suspicious person complaint involving a male that entered a garage at the corner of Camp Creek and Adamsmoor. A subsequent investigation identified a suspect and after a lengthy follow-up, Chief Copeland and Lt Bledsoe received a confession of this crime. The subject is from S.
All Council Meetings will now begin at 7:00 pm at 1400 Lytle Road.
Village of Waynesville’s Historic Zoning Preservation Committee will be having a meeting on Monday, May 21st, 2018, @ 6:30 pm The meeting will be at the Waynesville Government Center (1400 Lytle Road). The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the process of code violations. The public is welcome to attend.
The photographs from the previous posts have been removed. The Waynesville Police Department has investigated the individual and he has been cleared. The subject is a landscaper with a Solicitor’s Permit and no longer a person of interest. This is an ongoing investigation. Any information anyone can provide will be appreciated. Please contact the Police
The Waynesville Police Department responded to an intruder complaint in the 900 block of Camp Creek on May 7th around 6pm. A subsequent investigation revealed that an unknown subject entered a garage and went into a victim’s car. The physical description is a male between 5’10” – 6’01” with an athletic build with short, dirty
The Village of Waynesville’s Council Meeting scheduled for May 16th, 2018 time has changed from 7:00 PM to 6:45 PM. Scott Lipps, Representative, in District 62 of the Ohio House will be addressing Council The meeting will be at the Waynesville Government Center (1400 Lytle Road) in the Conference Room The public is welcome to
Please be advised. There was a glitch in the new billing software and the totals on this month’s water bills may be incorrect. The bills received in the mail reflect water usage for last month. If you feel there is a significant difference in usage, please call the office for the correct total at (513)
Parents and students, I would like to take an opportunity to better explain the position of the Waynesville Police Department concerning the Nerf war games discussed in an earlier post. First and foremost, the job of the Waynesville Police Department is to protect and serve. We want to preserve life and make this a safe
Students and Parents, We have received several complaints of young adults running through neighborhoods and on the streets with firearms. A subsequent investigation revealed that they are playing Nerf war games with toy rifles and guns. Unfortunately, it is hard to identify the difference between a toy gun and a real gun, which can result
Over the weekend around March 24, 2018, the Waynesville Village signs on Route 42 and N. Main were vandalized. The Village of Waynesville is offering a reward to any information leading to the identity and conviction to any person or persons responsible for the vandalization. Please contact the Waynesville Police Department at (513) 897-8010 with