Animal Abuse, Juvenile Issues, Arrests And More In Sheriff’s Report

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Department report for the past few weeks includes several investigations arrests and Most Wanted.

March 2nd, a deputy was on Bryan Street when a vehicle speeding north on Edgewood went through the intersection nearly striking the patrol vehicle.  The driver eventually stopped and the deputy found a juvenile too young to be driving had allegedly stolen a relative’s vehicle.  Multiple other juvenile passengers were also present.  The deputy found a handgun, marijuana, and vaping items.  Parents and the juvenile officer were notified.

Deputies continue to investigate animal abuse/neglect in the Wheeling area involving around 80 head of livestock.  Deputies were assisted by a Vet, the prosecuting attorney and livestock owner about the case and remedies.

Arrests include:

March 16th, at about 1:46 pm, deputies arrested 30-year-old Spencer Cowan Flick of Carrollton, on a Livingston County warrant for alleged Property Damage. He posted bond and was released.

March 22nd, 48-year-old Donald Gene Rogers of Chula was arrested after he surrendered on a Livingston County warrant for alleged Domestic Assault and Unlawful Use of a Weapon.  He posted bond and was released.

Most Wanted Arrests:

March 19th, 29-year-old Christopher Eugene Moss of Breckenridge, was arrested by Caldwell County authorities on Livingston County warrant for alleged Failure to Appear where the original charge of alleged DWI-Persistent Offender.

March 21st, 45-year-old William Russel Helm was arrested on a Livingston County warrant for alleged Failure to Register as a Sex Offender-2nd offense.  He was held without bond.

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