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05/04/2015

Public Information on Incidents/Arrests and More.

Incidents:

May 03 the LCSO assisted the Chillicothe Fire and Chillicothe Police with the emergency at the School Bus Barn.

May 02 a deputy completed an investigation of harassment to a Wheeling resident. The report is being submitted to Prosecuting Attorney Adam Warren for consideration of criminal charge(s).

May 02 a deputy began an investigation of trash dumping on Liv 2356. Investigation continues.

May 01 Deputy Perez responded to a careless and imprudent call on U.S. 36. Deputy Perez located the vehicles and the Chillicothe Police were able to get one stopped which turned into Chillicothe and the deputy got the other vehicle which had continued east on U.S. 36. The CPD officers identified problems with the stop in town and seized a sizeable quantity of alleged methamphetamine and loaded firearm. The vehicle driver Deputy Perez stopped was found to only be violating traffic safety and issued a citation for Careless and Imprudent Driving. Good job by all involved.

April 30 Deputy Sheriff/School Resource Officer Mike Lewis filed a report with our office regarding an alleged juvenile at a Chillicothe School that was in possession of a large knife and was showing this to other students. The knife was confiscated and the juvenile detained. Parent(s) and Juvenile authorities were notified and the school is following administrative procedure. Report is being submitted to the Juvenile Officer for review.

April 28 Deputy Sheriff/School Resource Officer Mike Lewis investigated a reported drug crime at a local public school. A juvenile was allegedly in possession of a small amount of marijuana and scheduled prescription medication. Parent(s) and juvenile authorities were contacted. The school administration is handling administrative procedure and the juvenile office will receive the case file.

April 28 a deputy investigated a reported theft of a solar electric fencing panel from private property in the northeast part of Livingston County. Investigation continues.

April 24 theft or attempted theft of Anhydrous Ammonia was made. Crime scene shows suspect(s) may have stolen anhydrous ammonia but left the tank open and the victim lost about 1200 gallons of Anhydrous valued at $2500. Investigation continues.

April 20 deputies helped a person that seemed to need some type of mental health intervention. They were able to get the person to the local hospital and family was summoned.

April 20 an investigation in Wheeling began of alleged stalking and tampering with a vehicle. The victim reported having brake lines cut on their vehicle. Investigation continues.

April 17 Deputy Sheriff/School Resource Officer Mike Lewis filed a report with this office of alleged vandalism at the stadium. Report indicated 2 juveniles were caught adding some type of coloring to an area at the stadium. Both juveniles were subsequently working diligently to remove the coloring. Between their hard work and recent rainfall the marking is now gone. School Officials are following administrative policy and parent(s) have been notified.

April 15 Deputy Sheriff/School Resource Officer Mike Lewis filed a report of an alleged assault investigation on school property. Parent(s) were notified and all persons were interviewed while neither party wants any prosecution. School Officials are following administrative procedure.

 

Arrests:

April 24 an Oklahoma felony warrant was served on Brandi Irene Bowen, 34, Purdin for alleged Bad Check violation(s). Ms. Bowen was transferred to the Daviess Dekalb County Regional Jail in lieu of bond.

 

Other Information:

May 02 a deputy issued a DeWitt Mo man a citation for traveling 62 in a 35.

April 23 a deputy issued a Las Vegas NV resident a speeding citation for 85 in a 65 on U.S. 36 at Liv 261.

A deputy recently issued an Illinois driver a speeding citation for 83 in a 65 on U.S. 36 at Liv 269.

April 24 a deputy stopped a motorist for excessive speed at Highway 190 and Liv 235 and issued a Chillicothe man a speeding citation for 90 in a 55 mph limit.

April 24 a deputy issued a Winston MO man a speeding citation for alleged 94 in a 55 on Highway 190 at the Thompson River.

 
 
 
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