On November 16, deputies investigated a report of domestic assault east of Chillicothe. The investigation lead to a search warrant being executed in the 15000 block of Liv 2388. The investigation resulted in the arrest of Kyle Stephen Fowler, 27, Chillicothe for alleged felony Domestic Assault in 2nd degree, Possession of less then 35 grams of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia. We also involved the Children’s Division in the investigation. Mr. Fowler was later served a Livingston County arrest warrant by authorities in Jackson County and he has been released on bond pending Court appearance.
On November 16, we began an investigation of attempted burglary and property damage to a residence and shed in the 400 block of Chapman Street in Chula. Recently unknown person(s) attempted to force entry into both buildings but was unsuccessful. The door jam(s) were damaged as a result of the unsuccessful attempts. Investigation continues.
On November 19, a deputy was summoned to the area of Liv 537 and Liv 510 as a specific vehicle was seen being driven in a manner to create property damage. The land owner had made contact with the persons in the vehicle and they apparently mouthed off to the victim and left. The deputy located the described vehicle at a residence and he was unable to make contact with anyone at that time. Investigation is continuing.
On November 17, a deputy helped a resident who has been the victim of identity theft. The victim received notification in the mail of two people being added to her corporate card for use. These two people reside in Oakland California. Investigation continues.
On November 18-19-20, Sheriff Cox attended the Missouri Association of Counties (MAC) Conference with many of the local county officials. MAC provides a significant variety of high quality training for county elected officials. Sheriff Cox was elected to a second year as Statewide At-Large Director. There are 4 At-Large Directors for MAC who are responsible to the elected officials and assist the Executive Board members.
Currently we have 37 people in custody at the Livingston County Jail, 6 of which are female detainees.
Please have a fun but safe Thanksgiving weekend!