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Drug investigation from December 18 is nearing an end. LCSO staff were investigating other matters in the 12000 block of Liv 251 and discovered a quantity of methamphetamine. The evidence was seized and further investigation has resulted in our office seeking felony charge(s) against an adult.

Drug investigation from June 09, 2018 has been completed. In June a deputy stopped a vehicle in Chillicothe as there was a fugitive in the vehicle. Assisting officers located a syringe on the suspect upon arrest. A digital scale was also recovered. MSHP Crime Lab reported this week that one or both items of evidence contain Methamphetamine. A report is being submitted to the prosecuting attorney for consideration of charge(s).

December 30 the LCSO responded to a location on Highway U for a trespassing complaint. Male victim reported he did not want a person on his property with another person known to him. Both people arrived together during a child exchange.

January 01 the LCSO responded to a report of possible domestic disturbance and possibly being suicidal at a location on Liv 237. An adult at the home went to HMC for evaluation and was later released.

January 02 a person under bond supervision was at the LCSO and met with the bond supervision person and had allegedly had a U/A violation. The person was apparently worried about getting arrested as we learned the person was hiding cigarettes about their body, hiding prescription medication in their sock, and allegedly ingested some of the prescription medication prior to being arrested. The individual was taken to HMC for examination to ensure there was not an overdose issue and to be cleared for confinement. The subject was also found to be in possession of another person’s id/driver’s license and credit card. A full report will be submitted to the prosecuting attorney seeking multiple additional charges. The person claimed they had failed their required test due to eating some type of “bad rabbit” or other wild game.

January 02 a woman came into the LCSO and was upset her father was still in a bond supervision meeting with the court services employee. The female was yelling, disruptive and screaming at the bond supervision worker. The female was requested to leave multiple times but only continued to yell and be disruptive but finally left the building.



January 01 a deputy issued an Illinois driver a speeding citation for 82 in a 65/

January 01 a deputy issued an Illinois driver a speeding citation for 86 in a 65 on U.S. 36 at Mooresville.  


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January 02 a woman was removed from the LCSO due to her yelling and being completely disruptive to the organization and mad because her father was in the office to see supervision services about his bond and was apparently taking longer than she wanted to wait.

The LCSO has been extremely busy with calls for service, dealing with disruptive people, inmate issues, courthouse security, assisting other agencies and normal daily work details.

End of year 2018 duties and 2019 budget work has taken a significant amount of administrative time this week.

Currently the LCSO has 42 people in custody at the Daviess Dekalb County Regional Jail.


Sheriff Steve Cox

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