Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox says two suspects believed to be involved in an alleged day time burglary yesterday afternoon were apprehended just south of Trenton.
Officers responded to a location on L-I-V Road 228 for and reported burglary in progress at a home.Â Two suspects fled in a green colored car prior to an officerâ€™s arrival.
Sheriff Cox said a Grundy County Deputy soon spotted the suspect vehicle which turned off Highway 65 onto the road between Wright Memorial Hospital and the NCMC Barton farm campus. He noted one suspect bailed out of the car and fled on foot. Chief Deputy Michael Claypole and Sheriff Steve Cox assisted the Grundy County Sheriff, Highway Patrol and Trenton Police at the scene.
Both suspects, described as males, were taken into custody and transported to the Livingston County Sheriffâ€™s Office in Chillicothe. Cox said a report will be submitted to the Livingston County Prosecuting Attorney for consideration of criminal charges. The suspects are to be housed in the Daviess Dekalb County Regional Jail of Pattonsburg for alleged burglary and stealing at the rural Livingston county home. Additional information is to be released by Sheriff Cox pending the filing of charges and when further investigations are completed.
In another news release, the Livingston county sheriff reports two persons have been arrested stemming from a recent investigation of another reported residential burglary and theft of firearms from an unoccupied home in northeast Livingston County.Â
The investigation included checking digital cameras and obtaining multiple photos which included two suspects and a suspect vehicle. The camera(s) show a crime took place when no occupants were home during the day.