Three Arrests For The Livingston County Sheriff’s Department

A man wanted on a Livingston Warrant for alleged Forgery was taken into custody Tuesday.

Thirty-one-year-old Joshua C. Caudill was wanted on the warrant since early January.  On April 2nd, Caudill was seen in Wheeling and when the deputy attempted to arrest the Caudill, a struggle ensued and he was able to escape from the deputy sheriff.

On Tuesday, he called the Livingston County Sheriff’s Department and according to Sheriff Steve Cox, Caudill agreed to surrender.  Deputies made the arrest in Wheeling.

On Monday, deputies in Wheeling arrested 47-year-old Marshall C. Cordray of Wheeling on Livingston County warrants for alleged Possession Controlled Substance, Receiving Stolen Property, a Probation Violation-Stalking, and a Jackson County alleged Failure to Appear on an Obstruction charge.  He was held at the Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail.  Forty-nine-year-old Nora Evans of Wheeling was arrested for alleged Hindering Prosecution. Evans was cited and released.

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