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04/25/2013

Recent Events and Activities

 

 

On April 09 we served 3 Livingston County arrest warrants on:

 

Jalel Kennedy Glasgow, 22, Brookfield, for alleged Probation Violation on original charge of Burglary. 

 

Carl Edward Tannehill Jr. 31, Chillicothe, for alleged Probation Violation on an original charge of class C felony theft/stealing of a controlled substance. 

 

Sarah Jane Clark, 22, Green Castle, for alleged Probation Violation on original charges of 2 counts class C felony of forgery. 


 

Recently we have investigated the following incidents:

 

Report of a missing adult and child from Ludlow.  The investigation also involved the Children’s Division and together we found the adult and child were okay.  They had gone to stay with some other people after having an argument with a relative here in Livingston County.

 

A Ludlow resident reported that between February 01 and March 01 someone removed a Stihl 170 chainsaw from his open shed.  Investigation continues.

 

Report from a rural resident contacted us regarding a person who wanted to pave his driveway with asphalt.  The resident reported making a verbal agreement for the asphalt at $12.00 per square yard.  The resident soon learned the contractor was charging that price per square foot and terminated the agreement.  The contractor provided an unsigned contract to the deputy.

 

A citizen recently turned in a cell phone found in a remote part of Livingston County.  We were able to track down the rightful owner and see it was returned.

 

An on-going methamphetamine and prescription pill violation investigation is coming to a head as we have requested arrest warrants on at least 2 local residents in this investigation.

 

Report of possible identity theft from a rural resident regarding a user name and basic information being established with an on-line auction service that was using our citizen’s information but was established elsewhere by unknown suspect(s).  Investigation continues.

 

On April 17 we investigated a report of trespassing, possession of controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, and endangering the welfare of a child in 2nd degree in the south east part of Livingston County.  Investigation resulted in the arrest of Forrest W. Ivy, 38, for alleged possession of drug paraphernalia and endangering the welfare of a child in 2nd degree.  Information has been forwarded to the prosecuting attorney for consideration of formal charges.

 

A report of theft of anhydrous ammonia from private property located along Highway V is being investigated.  The person(s) responsible for the theft most likely have used the chemical in the production of methamphetamine soon after the theft.

 

Trash dumping took place on Liv 233 at Liv 228 where unknown persons dumped scrap lumber and couch cushion.  The township was contacted as no owner of the trash was able to be identified.

 

Deputy Sheriff/School Resource Officer Mike Lewis filed a report with this office regarding an assault between two students in front of the Middle School.  All parents have been notified and the students interviewed.  The school is/has taken administrative action.

 

Recently a deputy was stationary in Wheeling after a report that kids were on ATV’s and tearing up the town.  The deputy soon heard and saw 2 juveniles on an ATV and the ATV being operated in a reckless and dangerous manner.  The deputy activated the emergency equipment to stop the ATV and the driver chose to accelerate and flee.  The deputy turned off the emergency equipment in hopes the kids would slow down and minimize opportunity for being injured.  The deputy went to the location where the kids stopped and was able to have conversation with parents and the juveniles.  The information is being submitted to the juvenile officer and it was obvious the juveniles were in for a hard lesson from their parents.

 

A Ludlow resident has reported the theft of personal items and firearms from a property in Ludlow during the last year.  Investigation shows these items may have been pawned and the investigation is continuing.

 

A resident on Liv 229 reported the theft of several items from his garage.  Items immediately known stolen include a Stihl FS80R gas powered trimmer and chainsaw attachment, Stihl model 029 chainsaw, Stihl model 029 Super chainsaw, Stihl model MS250c Easy Start chainsaw, Stihl model 024 chainsaw and case, Porter Cable 18volt cordless tool set including a drill, reciprocating saw, circular saw, and light, Black and Decker 18 volt drill, reciprocating saw, and light combo, Black and Decker ½ Hammer Drill, Fluke Model 77 Ohm meter, Snap On 3/8 inch torque wrench, Craftsman Router, Green colored corded drill, Black and Decker drill, Binoculars covered in green colored rubber, JL Audio Amp A2150, 10” JL Audio Subwoofer in black carpeted enclosure, Alpine in-dash car stereo/cd player, and Fulmer full face helmet colored black, red, and silver.  Investigation continues.

 

A conflict case for an area agency was investigated by our office regarding a reported misdemeanor assault.  The information has been forwarded to Livingston County Prosecuting Attorney Adam Warren for consideration of charges.

 

On April 22 a deputy was monitoring traffic on Highway 190 near the Thompson river and checked a west bound motorcycle traveling 74 in a 55.  The driver was stopped near Route Y and found to have a suspended driver’s license.  We arrested Mr. Happy E. Sharp, 38, Trenton for the alleged driving violation(s) and he was later released on summon(s).

 

This week an incident on child welfare was checked on and referred to the Division of Family Services.


 

We are currently holding 46 people in the Daviess Dekalb County Regional Jail on Livingston County charges.


 

Last week Sheriff Cox attended the town meetings in Utica and Wheeling where area information was discussed.  This Tuesday evening the sheriff attended the Greenhills Womens Shelter board meeting.


 

Should you have any information on these or other crimes then please call us at 660-646-0515.

 

 
 
 
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