May 21 an investigation of a domestic disturbance took place on Liv 516. Information and evidence obtained supported this incident only being verbal in nature. No arrest made.
May 21 an investigation into property damage took place in Bedford. Victim has allegedly had property damaged from a neighbors dogs on more than one occasion and at least two of these incidents were caught on camera. The animal owners had been previously warned about the dog’s activities and damage. This time a deputy issued the animal owner a citation for allegedly failing to maintain control of an animal.
May 24 a deputy checked the well-being of a person in Utica. A relative had reported receiving a text message causing concern of possible self-harm.
May 25 an investigation into report of trespassing and property damage to a crop field near Liv 234 EAST OF Liv 261 took place. A deputy issued 3 citations to the vehicle owner for alleged Driving While Suspended, Displaying Plates of Another Person, and Failure to Register Vehicle with Dept. of Revenue.
May 25 a deputy issued a Wheeling resident a speeding citation for traveling 48 in a 25 in Chula.
May 25 a deputy issued a Kansas resident a speeding citation for traveling 84 in a 65 at the Utica junction on U.S. 36.
May 28 reports were generated on 3 persons seeking charges of alleged Failure to Appear in Court after refusing to appear in Associate Court on May 20. Reports were submitted to Prosecuting Attorney Adam Warren for consideration.
May 20 a Livingston County arrest warrant was served on Mary Ruth Craft, 37, Chillicothe, when she appeared in Court. The warrant was for alleged class D felony Resisting/Interfering with an Arrest for a Felony. Bond was initially placed at $5,000 cash.
May 21 Travis Lee Donoho, 25, Ludlow surrendered to the LCSO and posted bond on two arrest warrants from Livingston County being Operating a Vehicle without Insurance and Failure to Appear.
A poll question on the LCSO website which ended May 21, 2015 was: “Who do elected county officials in Missouri work for?” Responses: 6.7% said the State of Missouri, 0% picked the Circuit Judge, 8.9% said the County Commission, while 84.4% chose the correct answer of the Citizens of the County.
Currently the LCSO has 38 people incarcerated in the Daviess Dekalb County Regional Jail, 12 of which are female detainees.
LCSO staff has remained busy on a variety of criminal investigations and assisting other agencies.
Sheriff Steve Cox