450 To Receive Jury duty Notices

Four-hundred-fifty Livingston County residents have been invited to participate in Jury Duty from October 14th to February 9th.  The Livingston County Sheriff’s Department sent out the Notices Thursday.  The letters will show they come from Livingston County Circuit Clerk Jane Gann. The Circuit Clerk provides the names to the Sheriff, who sends out the notices. If you receive a notice […]

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5 Plead Not Guilty to Drug Charges

Five people from Jamesport have been charged in a Daviess County court on drug-related charges. Amber Clevenger has been charged with felony possession of a controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoid and four misdemeanor counts of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia prior drug offense. Four others: Charlez Cameron, Ashley Ross, Dustin Kimberling and Kristopher […]

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Gaunt’s Next Court Date is 9/17

The owner of a Brookfield Construction Company is still a month away from his next court appearance. Daniel Joseph Gaunt waved his arraignment a month and a half ago in Randolph County Court. His preliminary hearing is set for September 17th at 1:30pm at the Randolph County Courthouse in Huntsville. Gaunt, the owner of JD Construction Company, is charged with […]

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Nelson Prelim Hearing is Sept 16

A Braymer man accused of driving a rental truck with out permission had his preliminary hearing scheduled in a court appearance this (Thursday) morning. Garland Nelson of Braymer will have his preliminary hearing on September 16th at 9:00am in front of Judge Kanoy in the Caldwell County Courthouse. Nelson is accused of driving a truck rented by Nicholas and Justin […]

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Change in Misdemeanor Marijuana Cases

Livingston County Prosecuting Attorney Adam Warren has announced at the Courthouse an immediate refusal to prosecute misdemeanor marijuana possession, and plans to dismiss all pending cases regarding the same offense. Warren, in his third term, stated the new policy reflects the new definition of hemp in Missouri Statutes. The Missouri Legislature passed a Senate Bill which goes into effect August […]

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Braymer Man Returns to Court

A Braymer man accused of driving a rental truck with out permission appeared in Court Thursday. Garland Nelson of Braymer is accused of driving a truck rented by Nicholas and Justin Diemel of Wisconsin. The two brothers were in the Braymer area reportedly on cattle business in late July. Nelson is facing First Degree Felony Tampering With Motor Vehicle, when […]

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Grigsby Enters Not-Guilty Plea

A man arrested in Chula this week has entered a not-guilty plea in Livingston County Court, presided by Judge Leamer. According to on-line court documents, 32 year old Todd Grigsby entered a plea of not guilty on the unlawful use of a weapon, resisting arrest, detention or stop by fleeing, creating a substantial risk of serious physical injury or death […]

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Haight No-Show in Court

A Chillicothe resident who was to appear in court for a sentencing hearing today (Tuesday) at 9am is now in deeper trouble. James Paul Eugene Haight of Chillicothe was scheduled to appear in court to be sentenced for his role in an October 2018 fire to the Canadian Pacific Bridge south of Chillicothe. Haight plead guilty in May of Felony […]

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Constant Sentencing In August

A former Chillicothe resident will be sentenced in August in what is being called a $142 million grain fraud scheme, according to a Missouri News Network Story. 61 year old Randy Constant, a former Chillicothe resident, pleaded guilty in federal court in December to one count of wire fraud. His sentencing hearing is scheduled for August 16th in a U.S. […]

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