User Login    
 + Register
News : Four Arrested In Chillicothe Meth Lab Bust
Posted by Randy on 2014/6/6 7:27:13 (914 reads) News by the same author

Four persons, two men and two women, were arrested on felony charges at Chillicothe Wednesday following an illegal drugs investigation.
Click to see original Image in a new window

Each was arraigned yesterday in the associate division of Livingston County Circuit Court.

Chillicothe Police, the Missouri department of probation and parole, and the children's division responded to a hot line call. Investigation was conducted in the 17-hundred block of Third Street. Then the investigation led officers to the 600 block of Missouri Avenue which resulted in the seizure of what authorities describe as a methamphetamine lab.

Online court records show 29 year old Michael Holtzclaw of Excelsior Springs is held in jail on 100 thousand dollars cash bond. 27 year old Josh Holtzclaw of Chillicothe and 27 year old Kelly Marie Holtzclaw of Pattonsburg are held on 25 thousand dollar cash bonds each. Each of those three face charges related to distribution and/or manufacturing methamphetamine. The fourth defendant, 26 year old Sarah

Holtzclaw of Chillicothe is charged with possession of a controlled substance and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia. Her bond also is 25 thousand dollars cash.

All four are to return to the Livingston County Circuit Courtroom June 18th.

After their arrests, they were taken to the Daviess DeKalb Regional Jail.

Authorities also reported six juvenile children were taken into state custody for their protection. Chillicothe Police were assisted by the Highway Patrol in collecting and disposing of the meth lab components.

Printer Friendly Page Send this Story to a Friend Create a PDF from the article


Other articles
2014/10/21 10:53:20 - Missouri Chomps Listless Florida, 42-13
2014/10/21 10:51:08 - Local Dream Factory Organization Raises 7 Thousand Dollars
2014/10/21 10:50:28 - KC Chiefs Grab Huge AFC West Win In San Diego
2014/10/21 10:50:00 - For First Time Since '85, World Series Returns To Kansas City
2014/10/21 10:46:38 - Firefighters Respond To RV Fire In Trenton
2014/10/21 10:43:58 - Two Jamesport Teens Injured In Saturday Wreck
2014/10/21 10:40:52 - Personal Body Cameras For Trenton Police Department Topic Of Open Line
2014/10/21 10:35:17 - Wright Memorial Hospital To Hold Sale At Old Hospital
2014/10/21 8:50:00 - Trenton Rallies For Win #2 At Concordia
2014/10/21 8:36:22 - State Champion Jefferson Eagles Have Four All-Staters
2014/10/21 8:20:56 - HDC Champion Winston Places Four Boys On First Team
2014/10/21 8:03:04 - Grand River Co-Champion Gallatin Bulldogs Place Three On Softball First Team
2014/10/21 7:48:21 - Trenton Lady Bulldogs Receive Six All-District Selections
2014/10/21 7:36:49 - Class 2 Quarterfinalist Brookfield Receives Postseason Awards
2014/10/21 4:36:33 - Airbag Defect Spurs Recall Of 4.7 Million Vehicles
2014/10/21 4:25:36 - Dish Loses 7 Channels In Contract Dispute With Turner Broadcasting
2014/10/21 4:20:59 - Survey Prompts Complaints By Missouri Parents
2014/10/21 4:15:49 - 13 Injured In Missouri School Bus Collision
2014/10/21 4:12:44 - State Sen. Nasheed Arrested At Protest In Ferguson
2014/10/21 4:02:26 - Democrats Love Seeing Minimum Wage On The Ballot
2014/10/21 3:59:36 - Oscar De La Renta, Legendary Designer, Dead At 82
2014/10/21 3:55:54 - Three Missouri Men Plead Guilty To Child Porn
2014/10/20 10:41:48 - Bosworth Resident Injured After Losing Control Of Vehicle
2014/10/20 10:38:13 - Meadville Resident Injured In Friday Morning Accident
2014/10/20 10:34:46 - Grundy County Circuit Court Holds Busy Session
2014/10/20 10:26:44 - Missouri Days Parade And Band Competition Results
2014/10/20 4:45:39 - Police: Toddler Beaten And Choked To Death For Soiling Pants
2014/10/20 4:40:49 - Obamacare And Wal-Mart Whack Part-Timers' Health Plans
2014/10/20 4:26:58 - Woman Rescued From Chimney Belonging To Man She Met Online
2014/10/20 4:15:33 - Missouri To Vote On Teacher Evaluation Changes



Bookmark this article at these sites

                   

Listen to KTTN-FM