December 11 a deputy responded to a call of a vehicle traveling east on U.S. 36 in a carless and imprudent manner. The deputy subsequently stopped the vehicle near U.S. 36 and Highway B. Subsequent investigation resulted in the arrest of Daisy Lee Maddox, 39, Brookfield, for alleged Driving While Intoxicated. The deputy was assisted by the Missouri State Highway Patrol on the investigation.
December 26 the LCSO began an investigation of Burglary and Stealing from a farm out building in the north east part of Livingston County. Within the last week, unknown person(s) entered the building and removed an upright air compressor. Investigation continues.
December 27 the LCSO investigated a 1 vehicle accident on Liv 520 near Liv 533. No injuries were reported and the accident was weather related.
December 27 through 30 the LCSO has remained busy checking on roadways and motorists. Several people needed assistance. We also spent significant time (4 plus hours) with a tractor-trailer which was stuck on Highway 190 near Highway U. Staff has responded to various other calls assisting drivers.
December 30 the LCSO is currently investigating animal abuse/neglect cases in Wheeling and in the northwest part of Livingston County.
December 18 the LCSO arrested Angel Bernice Alexander, 33, Chillicothe on a Livingston County arrest warrant for alleged class C felony Possession of Controlled Substance. Ms. Alexander was transferred to DDCRJ in lieu of $7,500 bond on case # 15LV-CR00673.
December 26 the LCSO and MSHP served a Livingston County arrest warrant on Steven L. Burns, 29, Utica, for alleged Failure to Obey a Judge’s Order on Bond Conditions on original charge of class D felony Sex Offender Registry Violation. Bond was set at $20,000 on case #15LV-CR00552 and Mr. Burns was transferred to the Daviess Dekalb County Regional Jail.
Currently the LCSO has 34 people in custody at the Daviess Dekalb County Regional Jail, 9 of which are female detainees.
LCSO staff remain very busy with these investigations and many more. Administrative staff are working on the 2016 budgets, end of year reports for various entities, and setting goals, policies, and training for 2016.
We wish to THANK everyone for their kind comments, cards, letters, candies, and snacks that were shared with our staff during the Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons. We appreciate knowing our community stands with us as we also stand with our citizens.
Please call us if you have information on these incidents or other criminal activities.