May 13 an investigation began into a remains of a meth lab thrown out in a rural cemetery.
May 14 an investigation into a reported domestic disturbance in the 22000 block of Highway Z was investigated. Parties were interviewed, requested no prosecution, no arrest made but report is being submitted to the prosecuting attorney for review.
May 14 deputies responded to location just west of Chillicothe on report of careless driving, trespassing, and property damage to a crop field. Deputies located the suspects and obtained information. Land owner reported they did not want prosecution. Report being submitted to prosecuting attorney for considerations on other parts of the investigation.
May 17 a Ludlow resident reported that sometime since October 2014 their social security card was stolen from their RV Camper in Ludlow. Investigation continues.
May 17 a Chula area resident reported the theft of a Taurus model 1911 .45 caliber handgun was stolen from their vehicle sometime within the last 3 weeks. Information has been placed in the law enforcement computer system on the handgun. Investigation continues.
May 19 the LCSO arrested Rachel H. Trump, 37, Chillicothe on a Judge’s Order revoking bond on original felony check violation. A new bond was set and Ms. Trump posted bond at the LCSO and was released pending next Court appearance.
May 19 a deputy arrested Joshua James Burk, 31, Chillicothe in the 400 block of Williams Street on a Livingston County arrest warrant for alleged Violation of Bond Conditions of original charge of class C felony Theft/Stealing. Bond was set at $5,000 cash. Mr. Burk was transferred to the Daviess Dekalb County Regional Jail.
May 20 a deputy arrested Patricia Marie Hornsby, 49, Chillicothe on Daviess County arrest warrant for alleged class D felony Non-Support, total arrears in excess of 12 monthly payments. Bond was initially set at $10,000.
Monday evening Sheriff Cox was invited to the local Kiwanis Club meeting and offered opportunity to provide information about Scams and Identity Theft crimes in our area. A variety of information was exchanged with those in attendance.
Currently the LCSO has 41 people in custody at the Daviess Dekalb County Regional Jail, 11 of which are female detainees.
2 different detainees within the last 2 weeks were required to be directed out of the Livingston County Courthouse due to their improper behavior. One male detainee was jerking around hard enough that he and a female detention officer ended up on the ground and he was then observed placing cigarette(s) in his mouth. The situation was quickly under control with the assistance of a LCSO officer.
The LCSO has the ability to help any of our citizens who have a pet that gets lots or stolen. Simply notify us with information (660-646-0515 or dispatch at 660-646-2121) about yourself and the animal, if possible email a photo to firstname.lastname@example.org and when verified we will place that information on our website and Facebook page to help share the information and seek tips on the animals location. Since adding this feature to our website we have been able to assist 2 pets in returning to their home and family.
Have a fun but safe holiday weekend!