Several Incidents In Livingston Co. Sheriff’s Report

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Department report for late April includes several incidents.

April 17th, the School Resource Officer investigated an incident at Danner Park during a school baseball game.  Two young juveniles were found to have stolen a wallet, keys, $20, $25 gift card, iPhone and headphones from the opposing team’s bus. Items were returned to the players. Parents were notified and a report was sent to juvenile authorities.

April 21st a deputy attempted to stop a vehicle in Wheeling with expired plates.  The vehicle got away but was located a short time later at the drivers home.  The driver was ticketed for Driving While Suspended/Revoked and expired plates.

April 23rd, property damage, and trespassing were investigated in rural Livingston County.  Someone had shot several windows out of a tractor parked in a field.

April 24th officers investigated reports of a male acting extremely strange in the middle of the night in rural areas. The person was located at a home in Chillicothe and his vehicle was searched. The deputy seized a bottle of oxycodone which had been recently filled but was nearly empty. Additional evidence was seized which supports the medication was not being used properly. A report was sent to the prosecuting attorney.

April 25th a deputy stopped a speeding vehicle on US 36 for 86 in a 65. The deputy noticed a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle.  The report states the driver had passed marijuana to the passenger to hide in the car. The deputy arrested 30-year-old Tawuan M. Marchbanks of Kansas City for alleged Driving While Revoked/Suspended, Excessive Speed – 86 in a 65 and Possession of alleged 11-35 grams of marijuana.

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