LIVINGSTON COUNTY SHERIFF
October 31, 2011
Sheriff Steve Cox
1. The LCSO remains very busy on a variety of activities ranging from on going criminal investigations, burn ban violations, assisting other agencies, assisting motorists, removing items from the roadways, detainee and jail issues, Court services and process, and patrol duties.
2. On October 29 around 10:10 p.m. deputies responded to a call of disturbance
at a residence in Utica. The investigation report suggests an allegedly intoxicated female was refusing to leave the residence. A deputy reported witnessing the female assault a male at the residence and then separated the two people. The deputies reported the female then began cussing our deputy and shoved him. The female was placed under arrest for alleged assault and assault on a law enforcement officer and subsequently incarcerated. On October 30, we served a Livingston County arrest warrant on Cynthia Renee Periman, 23, Utica, for alleged misdemeanor assault on a law enforcement officer, bond was initially placed at $1,000.
3. Last week Deputy Jon Maple and Chris Mueller attended week long training on Emergency Vehicle Operations Course (EVOC) at the Missouri State Highway Patrol Training Academy. This is an in-depth course on emergency vehicle operations under extreme conditions, situations, roadways, and stress. This course is outstanding in making officers better and safer drivers and reduces liability and potential of accidents in every day driving and emergency responses.
4. For 2 1/2 days last week Sheriff Cox attended the Missouri Association of Counties (MAC) with a variety of other elected officials from Livingston County and all Missouri Counties. MAC provides excellent training on a variety of topics which enable the officials to better serve their organizations and our citizens.
5. On October 29, a man came into the LCSO to register as a sex offender. We subsequently arrested Tyler Adam Watt, 19, Wheeling, for an alleged outstanding arrest warrant from Caldwell County for failing to appear in Court on a theft/stealing allegation, bond was set at $1206.50 cash.
6. This morning we have 49 people in custody at the Livingston County Jail, 9 of which are female detainees.