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Chillicothe Summer School Begins May 29th.
The Chillicothe Summer School program begins May 29th
and runs for 24 class room days. There programs both for the Elementary
and Middle School and for the High School. Principal Brian Sherrow says
for the younger students there are many opportunities available.
Sherrow says for the High School,
the opportunities are different, and it pays off in other ways.
If you are interested in any of
the summer school programs, call the District office at 646-4566.
Livingston Co. Most Wanted
The Livingston County Sheriff's Department added a new
name to the Most Wanted list. Thirty-two year old Charles Robert Smith is
wanted on a probation violation warrant from a previous conviction for
possession of a controlled substance. Smith is described as a white male,
6 foot 1 inch tall, 190 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes. He is last
known to be living on Henry Street in Chillicothe.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of 32 year old Charles
Robert Smith, call the sheriff's office at 646-0515 or the Chillicothe
Dispatch office at 646-2121
Day - Plan Your Travel and Fun
Memorial Day weekend is coming up and for many that
will mean time on the road. Sargent Jake Angle says Preparation and
planning are important when making you travel plans.
Angle says that planning extends to
the party planning for yourself and your guests.
Remember to tell others where you
will be and when you are expecting to arrive. But most important - Sargent
Angle says Buckle Up and Arrive Alive.
Chillicothe Board of Public Works Meets Tuesday
Chillicothe's Board of Public Works meets Tuesday to
consider bids and hear from the department heads. The meeting is Tuesday
at 7:00 am at the CMU Office. The Wastewater Superintendent will present
the bids to be considered for the 2018 Sewer Rehabilitation project.
Reports will be presented by the department heads and from the General
Troopers Arrest Two Over Weekend
State Troopers arrested a Chillicothe man in Douglas
County and made one other arrest in the local counties.
In Carroll County, 55 year old Paul Harper of Lincoln Missouri was
arrested Saturday afternoon for alleged possession of methamphetamine,
possession of drug paraphernalia and np seatbelt. He was taken to Ray
Sunday morning, Troopers in
Douglas County arrested 30 year old Bradley Stubbs of Chillicothe on
Livingston County Warrants for alleged burglary and non-support. He was
also arrested for alleged no valid drivers license. Stubbs was taken to
the Douglas County Jail pending the posting of bond.
Police Report For Saturday
The Chillicothe Police Department report includes
several investigations and arrests on Saturday.
12:16 AM, Officers received a noise complaint in the 900 block of
Dickinson Street. Officers made contact with subjects and advised of the
12:44 AM, Officers arrested Caleb
Ashford for alleged driving with an expired license, failing to display
license plates, and no insurance, following a traffic stop at Vine and
Webster. Ashford was processed at the police department, cited, and
10:28 AM, Officers assisted the
Chillicothe Department of Emergency Services with an obnoxious odor smell
in a building in the 500 block of Jackson Street. It was determined that a
resident was using spray paint inside their apartment.
10:30 AM, officers located a driver reported to be driving while
intoxicated. An investigation resulted in the arrest of Marvin Wrisinger
for alleged driving while intoxicated. Wrisinger was processed, cited, and
7:47 PM, Officers responded to a
business in the 200 block of W Business 36 to a report of an alleged drug
odor. Officers determined the odor was not drug related.
9:09 PM, Officers responded to the 1000 block of Webster Street to a
report of a domestic disturbance. As a result of the investigation,
officers arrested Anthony Pegelow for alleged failure to obey a Judge’s
Order. Pegelow was processed at the police department, cited, and
released. Charges are sought for a second person involved in the
Sheriff's Department Investigations and Arrest
The Livingston County Sheriff's Department reports one
arrest and a property investigation.
Friday, there was a Court order to take possession of a house in
Chillicothe, where a squatter would not vacate the property. The squatter
was not home when the order was served. Deputies report the subjects
vicious dog was present and they found a quantity of drug paraphernalia.
The investigation continues.
Tuesday, Deputies served multiple Livingston County arrest warrants on 30
year old Joshua Christopher Caudill of Wheeling. Warrants include: Alleged
Failure to Pay/Appear on alleged Resisting/Interfering with Arrest with
bond of $1,176.50, Alleged Failure to Appear, bond set at $500, and
Alleged Failure to Appear in Court on an alleged Domestic Assault with
bond of $500.
Caudill was transferred to the
Daviess Dekalb County Regional Jail in lieu of bond.
Grass Fire Near Grand River Bridge
Chillicothe Fire fighters responded to a grass fire,
Saturday evening, on US 65 at the Grand River. The call came in at about
7:00 pm and the arrived to find a small on the right of way. They
determine the fire had spread from a land owner burning brush piles and
leaving them unattended. Smoke from the fire on right of way causing
traffic issues. The fire was extinguished and fire units back in service
after about 20 minutes.
Vehicle Fire Near Laredo
The Laredo Fire Department responded to a vehicle fire
Sunday. The fire crew arrived and put out the fire that destroyed the
vehicle. They were on the scene for about an hour.
Carrollton Town Board Meets Monday
The Carrollton Town Council meets today to consider
bids and accept a financing contract. The Carrollton Town council meets at
6:00 pm at City Hall.
The agenda includes
consideration of bids for a Blazer.
Council will consider approval of a lease purchase financing agreement to
buy a backhoe loader for Carrollton Municipal Utilities.
Reports will be presented by the Wastewater Supervisor and the Street
An executive session is
planned to follow the regular meeting of the Carrollton Town Council.
Chillicothe School Board Meets Tuesday
The Chillicothe R-II School Board meets Tuesday in
Regular Session. The meeting starts at 6:30 pm at the district office,
with recognition of the retirees. This will include the presentations by
State Representative Rusty Black.
Brian Sherrow will have recognition of high school students.
Other items on the agenda include:
The Salary and Welfare Committee
Surplus vehicles from the Tech School
A Conference Program
The 2019 Building Trades Home
Consideration for Middle School
Setting the date for a special Budget Meeting in June.
An executive session is planned to follow the regular meeting.
Chillicothe R-II School Board meets Tuesday at 6:30 pm at the district
Zaki Assists Troopers With Drug Investigation
Thursday, a Missouri State Trooper requested K-9
assistance from the Livingston County Sheriffs’ Office on a traffic stop.
Deputy Chris Mueller and K-9 Zaki responded to the location and learned
the suspect had thrown an odd colored object into an area of large and
Zaki sniffed the area and quickly
found a container with suspected Methamphetamine. Drugs were also found in
the suspect’s vehicle and the suspect was taken into custody and held at
the Caldwell County Detention center.
Troopers Arrest Texas Man In Daviess County
State Troopers arrested a Texas man Friday morning in
Daviess County. At about 9:10 am, Troopers stopped 35 year old Gabriel
Canseco-Osorio. He was arrested for alleged following too close and no
valid drivers license. He was taken to the Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail in
an immigration hold.
Library Offers Adult Crafting Program
The Livingston County Library is offering an Adult
Crafting program, June 5th in the 2nd floor courtroom. To kick off the
summer, you will have an opportunity to make a "Flip-Flop Welcome Sign."
The program will start at 6:00 pm and all supplies are provided. The
program is FREE, but you must pre-register, beginning Monday. The program
is limited to the first 20 participants.
more information, call the library at 646-0547.
Ruth Ann Reiter
A Chillicothe resident, 81 year old Ruth Ann Reiter died May 16th in
Chillicothe. A Celebration of Life services is Monday at 11:00 am at
United Methodist Church in Chillicothe with burial in Edgewood Cemetery in
Chillicothe. Family visitation is Monday from 10:00 to 11:00 am at the
church. Memorials may be made to the Hornet Booster Club, St Jude’s or
American Cancer Society. Heritage Funeral Home in Chillicothe is in charge
A Carrollton resident, 64 year old Douglas Hedrick died May 16th in
Carrollton. Services are Monday at 2:00pm at Foster Funeral Chapel in
Carrollton with burial in Carroll Memory Gardens in Carrollton. Family
visitation is Sunday from 5:00 to 7:00pm at the funeral home. Memorials
may be made to “The Gathering Table.”
A Brunswick resident, 69 year old
Linda Westhoff died May 20th in Columbia. Services are Friday at 10:00am
at St Boniface Catholic Church in Brunswick with burial in St Boniface
Cemetery in Brunswick. Family visitation is Thursday from 5:00 to 7:00pm
at Breshears memorial Chapel in Brunswick with Rosary at 7:00pm. Memorials
may be made to the cemetery or to the family’s choice.
Willa Jane Smith
resident, 91 year old Willa Jane Smith, died May 6th in Chillicothe. A
Memorial Service is June 9th at 1:00 pm at Lindley Funeral Home in
Chillicothe. Memorials may be made to The Baptist Home in Chillicothe.