User Login    
 + Register
News : Four Arrested In Chillicothe Meth Lab Bust
Posted by Randy on 2014/6/6 7:27:13 (1129 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
2015/7/1 7:36:28 - Chillicothe Man Injured When Pool Carries Him Out Of Pickup
2015/7/1 6:37:47 - Clerk Accused Of Shooting Teen Allegedly Over Theft Of Cookies
2015/7/1 6:31:57 - Boy Found Chained To Porch With Chicken Around Neck Speaks Out For First Time
2015/7/1 5:28:17 - Public School Application Asks If Child Was Born By C-Section
2015/7/1 4:45:45 - Mom Arrested After Boy 4, Left Tied On Leash To Bush
2015/7/1 4:36:46 - Death Of Boy Pushed In Swing For 3 Days Ruled Homicide
2015/7/1 4:30:00 - Former Circuit Clerk From Northeast Missouri Enters Plea
2015/7/1 4:24:53 - Teens Storm Georgia Wal-Mart In Wild Rampage Of Destruction
2015/6/30 6:31:13 - Mosaic To Offer Reduced Cost Sports Physicals
2015/6/30 4:47:08 - Son Arrested After Argument Over Spoiled Meat
2015/6/30 4:34:11 - Woman Gives Birth Alone On Back Road, Is Stranded With Newborn For Three Days
2015/6/30 4:21:04 - Man In Custody After Moberly Police Chase
2015/6/30 4:16:46 - Officer Crashes Into Home When Responding To What Turned Out As Prank Call
2015/6/30 4:10:10 - Missouri Man Sentenced To 6 Years In Synthetic Pot Case
2015/6/30 4:04:35 - Daycare Worker Arrested For Battery On 1-Year-Old
2015/6/29 7:40:02 - Rotary To Sponsor Exchange Student
2015/6/29 7:23:50 - Sullivan County Crowns Fair Queen
2015/6/29 6:36:20 - Fire Damages Trenton Residence
2015/6/29 6:32:09 - Saturday Accident At 13th And Cedar In Trenton Involves Gallatin And Trenton Residents
2015/6/29 4:51:25 - As Many As 16 Inured By Lightning Strike; Dog Killed
2015/6/29 4:39:47 - Air Show Continued After Tragedy
2015/6/29 4:35:18 - Missouri Trooper Shoots Suspect After I-70, U.S. 54 Pursuit
2015/6/29 4:20:00 - USDA Proposes Healthier Food For Child, Adult Day Cares
2015/6/29 4:15:22 - St. Louis' Minimum Wage Hike May Be Dead After Aldermanic Surprise
2015/6/29 4:09:35 - Man Convicted Of Sodomy With Child Commits Suicide
2015/6/29 4:00:14 - Good Samaritan Allows Woman To Hear Her Husband"s Voice Before He Dies
2015/6/29 4:00:00 - Poplar Bluff Granted Order Of Protection Against Sheriff's Department
2015/6/26 6:32:50 - 4 Injured When Vehicles Collide At Utica Intersection
2015/6/26 5:27:31 - Missouri State Fair Competition Deadline Approaching
2015/6/26 4:36:34 - National Guard Truck Crashes Into Overpass



Bookmark this article at these sites

                   

Listen to KTTN-FM