Two from Braymer charged with manufacturing marijuana and endangering the welfare of a child

Two Braymer residents face charges after law enforcement allegedly found them manufacturing marijuana on June 22. Twenty-three-year-old Jared Joseph Lange and 23-year-old Tiffany Amber Kincaid have both been charged with two felony counts of first-degree endangering the welfare of a child and one count of manufacture of 35 grams or less of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoid as well as misdemeanor unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Kincaid also faces felony tampering with physical evidence in a felony prosecution.
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Marijuana Grow Operation Busted in Braymer

Authorities in Caldwell County have made a pair of arrests in connection with an illegal marijuana grow operation in Braymer. According to a Facebook post from the Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office their officers conducted an investigation at 406 north Main in Braymer on Tuesday. That investigation reveled an illegal marijuana grow operation inside the residence.
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Ray County,

Lexington Teen Arrested on Drug Charges in Ray County

A Lexington teen was arrested Tuesday afternoon in Ray County on multiple charges, including one felony level drug charge. Troop A of the Highway Patrol says 19-year-old Lexington resident Eddie G. Hernandez was arrested a 2:32 Tuesday afternoon on charges of felony possession of a controlled substance, driving while intoxicated via drugs, and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was also cited not having a valid drivers license, a window tint violation and exceeding the posted speed limit.
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Ray County,

Holt Man Arrested on Drug & Driving Charges Tuesday in Ray County

Troopers report the arrest of a Holt man on drug and driving charges Tuesday evening in Ray County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports the arrest of 22-year-old Justin W. Lintner on preliminary charges of felony possession of a controlled substance of Xanax, not having a valid driver’s license, not having valid insurance, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of marijuana.


An area law-enforcement officer has been commended for his quick work to save a person’s life. According to a release from Lexington Police Chief Troy Sims, at approximately 11:21 p.m. on June 7, officer Ryland Sims, Captain Fred Alkire and officer Andrew Beckfield responded to 816 Highland Avenue for a 9-1-1 hang up.

Chillicothe Police Report For Tuesday

The Chillicothe Police Department responded to 101 calls for services. Some of the calls include courtroom duties. 2:03 a.m., Officers conducted follow-up on an investigation in the 1000 block of S. Washington St. 10:22 a.m., Officers assisted the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office with an on-going assault investigation. 12:16 p.m., Officers...

Four New Officers, Including Three Academy Graduates

The Chillicothe Police Department welcomes four new police officers this week. Chillicothe Police Chief Jon Maples, Officer Matt McCurry, and Officer Amanda Bowlen attended the graduation ceremony at the Central Missouri Police Academy for Officer Collin Goodsell, Officer Josh Charlton, and Officer Xavier Stein. In addition, the department recently hired...
Daviess County,

Grundy County Health Department reports 7 new cases of COVID-19; Daviess County 16 new cases

The Grundy County Health Department reports seven new COVID-19 cases since June 21. Thirty-nine cases are active out of a total of 1,206. Sixteen COVID-19 cases have been added in Daviess County since June 16th, making the total 731. Of the 25 active cases, the health department notes eight involve residents at least 60 years old, and seven involve those between the ages of 40 and 59. Six active cases involve residents 20 to 39 years old, and four involve those 19 or younger.

Police Report For Monday

The Chillicothe Police Department responded to 125 calls for service Monday. Some of the calls include:. 2:52 am, Officers advising tree in the roadway in the 600 block of Harvester Road. Street Department advised and removed it from the roadway. 3:17 am, K-9 Enoch and handler called to assist Livingston...
Livingston County,

Livingston County 4H and FFA Fair

The Livingston County 4H and FFA Fair will officially run July 9th to the 17th, this includes set-up and the annual Truck and Tractor Pull. Prior to the official start of the fair, there are a couple of events that will take place. They include:. July 5th at 6:00 pm...
Livingston County,

Man Arrested in Livingston County on Burglary Charge

A man was arrested in Livingston County on a burglary charge. According to Jail Tracker, 35-year-old Michael E Frisbie of Nevada, Missouri was booked into the Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail Monday. He was charged with second-degree burglary, stealing $750 or more, and tampering with physical evidence in a felony prosecution. He’s...
Clay County,

Braymer Man Arrested on Federal Warrant

A Braymer man has been arrested on a United States Marshals Service warrant. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 38-year old Jason M. Potter was arrested Sunday around 6:30 pm in Clay County on a felony warrant. Potter is being held without bond in the Clay County Jail.
Daviess County,

Jameson Sex Offender Arrested in Daviess County

Matthew T Johnson (Photo by Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail.) The Daviess County Sheriff’s Office has taken a Jameson man on the sex offender registry into custody. It is alleged that 39-year old Matthew T. Johnson was present or loitering within 500 feet of a park with a playground on Friday, which is prohibited for sex offenders in Missouri.

CHS Sports Schedules Released

It may still be June, but the Chillicothe High School sports schedules for the 2021-22 school year have been released. The sports year begins with several preseason scrimmages. The Football Scrimmage will be August 20th, the Softball Jamboree and the Boys Soccer Jamboree are both on the 21st and the...

Summer reading returns

Library program teaches lessons on wildlife with ‘Tails and Tales’. After COVID-19 forced the 2020 Cameron Public Library Summer Reading Program to go virtual, with the pandemic now waning, area kids returned to the library for a host of wildlife-oriented lessons. As part of this year's theme, 'Tails and Tales',...