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News : Livingston County Sheriffs Office Releases Recent Activities
Posted by Randy on 2013/5/24 9:46:02 (832 reads) News by the same author

It's been a busy week for the Livingston County Sheriffs office. In a press release from their office, here is a recent list of their activities, from jury notifications, to prisoner transport.

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On May 23, the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office sent mail to 450 Livingston County residents to inform them they have been selected to the next Jury Pool for our county. The questionnaire needs to be completed and returned to Livingston County Circuit Clerk Brenda Wright as directed.

The Livingston County Sheriffs office is working with the Chillicothe R-II School Board, School Resource Officer Mike Lewis, and the Livingston County Commission in regard to our desire to apply for an open COPS Grant opportunity. We approached the area school systems about ability to pay for the match funds required for 3 years to hire a deputy if awarded the COPS Grant that would be assigned as a school resource officer. Livingston County does not have the funds available to provide for the match but we all understand the need of additional School Resource Officer in our community. Chillicothe R-II has tentatively agreed to partner with us for this grant purpose and if awarded the deputy would be assigned as a second school resource officer and commissioned under Sheriff Steve Cox at the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office. Chief Deputy Michael Claypole has been assigned the duties of this grant application. On May 23rd, Sheriff Cox received permission from the Livingston County Commission to apply for this COPS Grant.

A report of Identity Theft from a Chula resident. The victim learned they had their identity unlawfully used to open credit account(s) in another state. Investigation continues.

A report of a stolen shotgun from a rural location in Livingston County. We have identified a suspect and are seeking additional information at this time.

A dog bite investigation has been concluded in Utica. Recently a juvenile was attempting to get to the school bus and reported being attacked by dog(s). The juvenile was treated at Hedrick Medical Center and we have spoken with the alleged animal owner and issued that person a citation for alleged Animal Abuse 1st Offense by failing to maintain control of animal(s) which caused injury to a child. We have also notified the Department of Health as mandated.

Deputy Sheriff/School Resource Officer Mike Lewis has filed a report with the Livingston County Sheriffs office regarding alleged sexual misconduct by a juvenile student towards other juvenile students at an area school. The parents, school, and juvenile authorities are involved in this regarding administrative action and possible charges.

Deputy Sheriff/School Resource Officer Mike Lewis filed a report with the Livingston County Sheriffs office regarding alleged stealing by two students on a recent field trip to the Harley Davidson plant in Kansas City. The two students are juveniles and the parents, juvenile officer, and school are now involved in the disposition of the incident.


Arrests:

On May 20 we arrested William Logan Graham, 49, Chillicothe on a Livingston County arrest warrant for alleged 2 class C felony possession of Controlled Substance Violations (Bond condition or probation violation allegation). Mr. Graham was incarcerated in the Daviess Dekalb County Regional Jail in lieu of $50,000 cash bond.

On May 14 we served a Livingston County arrest warrant on Evage James Howard Jr., 31, Kansas City for alleged Probation Violation on original conviction of class C felony Forgery. Mr. Howard was incarcerated in the Daviess Dekalb County Regional Jail in lieu of $5,000 cash bond.

On May 14 we served a Livingston County arrest warrant on William Eugene Hall, 44, Utica for alleged Driving While Revoked or Suspended. Mr. Hall was arrested and posted bond.


On May 14 we served a Livingston County arrest warrant on Marvin Lee Paup, 39, Hale, for alleged Bond Supervision Violation on original class C felony charge of Possession of Controlled Substance, bond was set at $2,500 Cash only.


Prison Transports:

The Livingston County Sheriffs department transported the following detainees to the Missouri Department of Corrections in Vandalia and St. Joseph:



05/15/2013

Transported to Vandalia:

Mari Beth Holt
Brookfield,MO.
Possession Controlled Substance - 3 yrs

Anissa Lyn Rhoton
Chillicothe,MO.
Possession Controlled Substance - 5 yrs

Katrina Ann Bledsaw
Galt,MO.
Probation Violation - Possession Controlled Substance - 5 yrs

Christy Lane St. Clair
Brookfield,MO.
Probation Violation - Stealing - 7 yrs

Leilani Lona Old
Chillicothe,MO.
Probation Violation - Possession Controlled Substance - 5 yrs

Cathy Mae Muck
Chillicothe,MO.
DWI - 2 yrs

Sarah Jane Clark
Browning, MO.
Probation Violation - 2 cts Forgery - 4 yrs each count run consecutive

05/17/2013

Transported to WRDCC (St. Joseph)

Neal James Miller
Chillicothe,MO.
Parole return

Douglass Steven Coin
Wheeling,MO.
Parole return

Zachary Alan Laffey
Chillicothe,MO.
Probation Violation - 2 cts. Stealing - Receiving Stolen Property - 5 yrs each count - Concurrent

Charles Wilbur Kitchin, Jr.
Chillicothe,MO.
Domestic Assault 2nd Degree - 4 yrs

William Brandon Jackson
Chillicothe,MO.
Sexual Assault - 5 yrs

Anthony R. Smith
Chillicothe,MO.
Probation Violation - Burglary 2nd - Stealing - 5 yrs each count - Consecutive


Carl Edward Tannehill, Jr.
Chillicothe,MO.
Probation Violation - Stealing - 5 yrs.

Jalel Kennedy Glasgow
Brookfield,MO.
Probation Violation - Burglary - 5 yrs.

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