The mayor of Chillicothe will meet with a city employee and the Chillicothe chief of police after an argument ended in a 911 call.
A city employee called 911 Thursday saying she felt threatened by Chillicothe's Chief of Police.
The call was made from the office of Chillicothe's Equal Employment Opportunity Director Tamra Lowe.
"This is Tamra Lowe in the EEO office at 35 South Paint Street," she told the 911 operator. "I have Chief Roger Moore in my office. I've asked him to leave my office three times. He's refusing to leave my office. I feel very threatened and intimidated. I'm asking you to please send someone." Tamra said to the 911 dispatcher.
Chillicothe Police responded and Mayor Jack Everson says he was notified by both Lowe and Moore.
"There was a disagreement between two employees, not a hostile situation or anything like that. But I think it was overreacted to," says Everson.
The Mayor says he hasn't heard the call yet. He is still investigating the matter, but he believes it could have been handled without police.
It's not the first time the city's police chief has been accused of threatening or intimidating behavior.
In March, cell phone video surfaced of Moore arguing with a patron outside a bar.
The Chief said he had been provoked.
Then, there was video of Moore arguing with a State Trooper who'd stopped him for speeding.
10TV caught up with Moore and asked him about Lowe's 911 call.
"I can't comment on it. I wish I could, but I can't," Moore said.
Asked whether previous incidents plus Lowe's allegations amounted to a pattern of conduct, Moore responded:
"Again, I don't want to comment on those things. All the things that have been said in the past, have came out that I've been exonerated of those things."
10TV asked the same question of the Mayor.
"The fact that they're back to back and concurrent, can tell a number of stories. So we're looking into that as well," said Everson. "It's either somebody pushing hard to tell a story that may be not be true, or where there's smoke there's fire. And we need to find that out."
Both Moore and Lowe remain on the job.
Mayor Everson says he will meet with both parties Friday, along with the Sheriff's Office, Prosecutor, and BCI before deciding how to proceed.
10TV was not able to reach Tamra Lowe for comment.
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