January 12 a deputy arrested Scott Alan Shannon, 28, Chillicothe on a Livingston County arrest warrant for alleged Violation of Bond Conditions on original charge of class C felony Theft/Stealing. And a Johnson County Missouri arrest warrant for alleged 2 class A misdemeanors for Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Mr. Shannon was reportedly found hiding inside a box in the garage of the residence. Mr. Shannon was transferred to the Daviess Dekalb County Regional Jail in lieu of bond.
January 13 Michael James Thorne,44, Chula surrendered to the LCSO on a Livingston County arrest warrant for alleged 3 counts of 2nd degree Statutory Rape. This investigation was led by the Missouri State Technical Assistance Team with assistance from the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office and Carroll County Sheriff’s Office. Mr. Thorne subsequently posted bond at DDCRJ.
January 13 a deputy responded to a disturbance investigation where resident stated a female was threatening to burn his house down. The deputy found the allegedly intoxicated woman hiding in a van and the deputy attempted to help resolve the matter and give this person a ride to a friend or family member. The female allegedly began yelling and being disruptive and began removing most of her clothing to the point of exposing her private areas. The deputy placed the person under arrest for sexual misconduct at which time she allegedly resisted arrest and refused to be handcuffed and get into the patrol car. She was ultimately placed in the caged area of the car. The deputy transported the individual to town and during this the female allegedly partially removed her pants and urinated in the back seat and on herself. Livingston County Associate Court issued an arrest warrant for Kimberly S. Brandes, 46, Chula for alleged Sexual Misconduct and placed bond at $1,000.
January 15 a deputy investigated a domestic disturbance in Chula. No arrests were made due to lack of physical evidence an assault took place as the female was the reported aggressor. The parties separated and additional assistance was offered and given.
January 17 a scam group claiming to be from upstate New York tried to convince a local resident that she would receive a high value item and that FedEx would be buy with something for her shortly. Part of this fraud the scammers wanted the senior citizen to get a $500 prepaid card that day. Fortunately our citizen was too wise for their tactics. Information was shared with the proper authorities.
The LCSO currently has 42 persons being held at the Daviess Dekalb County Regional Jail.
If you have any information about these or other crimes then please call us at 660-646-0515 or dispatch at 660-646-2121.
Please remember that ALL persons are innocent unless and until proven guilty in a Court of Law. A mere arrest or arrest warrant is only an allegation.