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Posted by Randy on 2014/2/3 4:22:13 (591 reads) News by the same author

The Livingston County Sheriff has released a report of recent activities, including the transfer of a Grundy County Resident.

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From the press release of the Livingston County Sheriff:

January 23 we picked up Carson Allen Symmonds, 32, from the Grundy County Sheriff on a Livingston County arrest warrants for alleged Burglary 2nd degree and Distributing a Controlled Substance near Schools. A combined bond was set at $40,000.

January 24 we conducted an investigation of alleged Violation of an Order of Protection. The respondent had reportedly been in contact with the petitioner. We located and arrested Eric Richard Hollon, 38, Chillicothe for the alleged Violation of a Protection Order. Mr. Hollon was transferred to the Daviess Dekalb County Regional Jail.

January 25 a deputy arrested Tye Nicole Wells, 18, in the 1100 block of Clay Street in Chillicothe on a Livingston County arrest warrant for alleged Failure to Obey a Judge’s Order on original charge of Trespassing. Bond was set at $236.50.

January 26 a deputy responded to Wheeling on complaints that multiple dogs were chasing after kids. The children were not bitten and the owners of 2 dogs were identified and they were asked to restrain their dogs. A report is being submitted to the prosecuting attorney for review.

January 26 area firefighters and LCSO deputy responded to a location near Liv 435 and Liv 420 for a grass fire. The Livingston County Burn Ban was in place and the matter has been resolved.

January 27 we began an investigation of a residential burglary and theft of cash in the 13000 block of Liv 226. Forced entry was made into the residence and less than $100 was removed. Investigation continues.

January 28 we began an investigation of a stolen vehicle in the 16000 block of Highway JJ. The victim had a 2003 Dodge Ram Diesel pickup stolen from his property. The vehicle has since been recovered in Jackson County Missouri. The stolen pickup was used to pull a suspected stolen trailer and a stolen ATV from Avalon. A handgun was also stolen from the pickup. Investigation through multiple agencies continues.

January 28 we served a Court ordered 96 hour detainee on a rural resident and transported that person to an ordered treatment facility.

January 29 deputies investigated a domestic incident near Liv 404 and Liv 409 near Mooresville. The investigation suggests a physical altercation took place. The male also allegedly pointed an unloaded rifle at the female. Investigation resulted in the seizure of schedule IV medication, drug paraphernalia and a .223 rifle. We arrested Shelby Lanae Barrick, 21, Mooresville for alleged distribution of a controlled substance and Dylan Tyler Vantine, 21, for alleged Domestic Assault, Possession of Controlled Substance and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Additional charges may be pending.

January 29 Deputy/School Resource Officer Mike Lewis filed a report with our office regarding an incident at the Chillicothe Middle School. A juvenile student was receiving harassing text messages. The source of those messages was identified and the parent(s) and juvenile officer were notified. The school has addressed administrative action and the juvenile office is reviewing the case.

January 29 a deputy issued a Wheeling man a citation for alleged Driving While Suspended.

Deputy Sheriff/School Resource Officer Mike Lewis recently completed 2 separate investigations regarding local parents that allegedly are not compelling their child(ren) to attend school regularly. A report is being submitted to the Prosecuting Attorney for consideration of charges.

Deputy Sheriff/School Resource Officer Mike Lewis recently completed an investigation at the Chillicothe Middle School where a juvenile student allegedly drew a picture of one student shooting another student and both pictures were named. School Officials, Juvenile Authorities, and Parent(s) were notified and the author of the drawing reported they were not intending anything or upset with the other student, but rather upset as he/she could not do something they wanted after school. The school is taking administrative action and the juvenile office is handling any prosecution. There is not any evidence or additional information to support any danger to any student.

The LCSO currently has 36 detainees being held in the Daviess Dekalb County Regional Jail, 9 of which are female detainees.

The DDCRJ staff recently notified this office they learned a detainee had secreted drugs inside their body and smuggled controlled substance into the jail where one or more detainees may have ingested the controlled substance. Additional investigation has continued and the prosecuting attorney is being informed of the incident. Potential additional charges in Daviess County may be filed. (Note this is nothing that every jail and prison in the United States battles on a daily basis.)

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