The Livingston County Sheriff's Office (LCSO) continued with child sex offense reported last week in helping family arrange safe exam and counseling.
The LCSO has been conducting several fugitive investigations in the county.
Over the weekend of Jan. 12-13, staff was busy assisting disabled motorists and people who had slid off the road or On Jan. 4, the LCSO began an investigation of theft of gift cards from an elderly victim. The investigation shows a female employee for the State of Missouri who was employed to assist the elderly victim had been in the victim’s home on or about Dec. 21, 2018 at which time the gift cards disappeared. Further investigation shows video of the alleged suspect using the same gift card(s) at a local business in Chillicothe. The suspect has refused to speak with the LCSO and the employer has taken administrative action. We are seeking formal charge(s) on the suspect.
On Jan. 13 and 14 the LCSO began separate incidents of animal neglect where cattle are not being fed in the northwest part of the county. Information is being sent to the prosecuting attorney for consideration of charges.
On Jan. 15, the LCSO assisted with a one vehicle injury accident on Liv 230. The result of the accident investigation was an arrest for alleged DWI by the Missouri State Highway Patrol Trooper.
On Jan. 16, the LCSO began an investigation on sex offender registration violation(s). A report is being completed and the case file submitted to the prosecuting attorney for consideration of charges.
Most Wanted Updates:
On Jan. 14, LCSO listed Brandi Lynn Glosser, 43, Chillicothe, as wanted on a Livingston County arrest warrant for alleged class D felony endangering the welfare of a child.
Also on Jan. 14, LCSO listed Vonda Kathlene Glosser, 35, Chillicothe, as wanted on a Livingston County arrest warrant for alleged class D felony endangering the welfare of a child.
On Jan. 16, LCSO listed Joshua C. Caudill, 31, Chillicothe, as wanted on a Livingston County arrest warrant for alleged class D felony forgery violation.
On Jan. 16, listed Kevin R. Head, 37, St. Joseph, as wanted on a Livingston County arrest warrant for alleged class D felony stealing.
Also on Jan. 16, LCSO listed Andrew Scot Robinson, 22, Princeton, as wanted on a Livingston County arrest warrant for alleged class D felony stealing.
On January 17 deputies with LCSO arrested John Douglass Churan, 46, Hale, at the LCSO when he surrendered on a Livingston County arrest warrant for alleged class E felony DWI-persistent offender. Churan posted bond on the Livingston County warrant. He also posted bond on 2 Carroll County failure to appear warrants on traffic violation(s).
On Jan. 11, a speeding citation was issued to a Lees Summit driver who passed a sheriff vehicle in the heavy snow storm going 80 mph in a 65 mph zone.
On Jan. 15, a signal violation and driving while suspended citation was issued to a Carrollton driver.
The LCSO remains short-handed as the department has one vacant road deputy position. Sheriff Cox is continuing to recruit applicants from across the state.
During week of Jan. 14, the LCSO has assisted the Missouri State Highway Patrol on multiple car accidents, helped stranded motorists, assisted other agencies with criminal investigations, and investigated a variety of fugitive cases, criminal investigations, civil process service and administrative issues.
Currently the LCSO is holding 28 people in the Daviess Dekalb County Regional Jail, six of which are female detainees.