Bucklin, MO

Involuntary Manslaughter Charges In Fentanyl Death

Charges of Alleged involuntary manslaughter and delivery of a controlled substance were filed against 46-year-old Daisy Lee Maddox of Brookfield and 47-year-old Brandi Lynn Glosser of Chula by the Livingston County prosecutor in the death of a woman from an alleged Fentanyl overdose. According to the Probable cause statement, Livingston County Sheriff’s Department and Chillicothe Emergency services were called to a home on Route U on March 2nd and found an unresponsive woman who was later pronounced dead at the scene.
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Patrol arrests Bucklin man

The Highway Patrol reports the arrest of a Bucklin man in Linn County on Thursday morning May 26. Thirty-five-year-old Jordan Davis was accused of driving while intoxicated, failing to display valid license plates, and displaying license plates of another person. He was released on a summons.

Two In Custody For Alleged Involuntary Manslaughter

Charges of Alleged involuntary manslaughter and delivery of a controlled substance, resulted in the arrested of 46-year-old Daisy Lee Maddox of Brookfield and 47-year-old Brandi Lynn Glosser of Chula. The Livingston County Sheriff’s Department and Chillicothe Police Department booked the two into the Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail. Further details of the investigations have not been released. The warrants were issued by the Livingston County Court. Both are held with no bond allowed.

Bridge Opening Near Wheeling On Commission Agenda

The Livingston County Commission meets in regular session next week. The meetings are Tuesday and Thursday at 9:30 am. Tuesday, the commissioners will begin the meeting with a bridge opening on LIV 236, on the north edge of Wheeling. The commissioners will then return to the courthouse. Other items on...

Browning's Dakota Louis signs with Austin Gamblers

AUSTIN- Browning cowboy Dakota Louis has signed as a free agent to join the Austin Gamblers, one of eight teams in the PBR's new team series. The first PBR Team Series Draft was held on May 23, with 40 riders getting drafted to the eight teams. Jose Victor Leme was the top pick in the inaugural draft.

Northeast Missouri man faces multiple sex abuse charges involving children

La Plata, Mo. — A northeast Missouri man is facing sexual abuse charges involving multiple children. Howard "Kris" Moots, 34, of La Plata, has been charged with:. Child molestation-2nd degree-child less than 12 years of age. Statutory sodomy-deviate sexual intercourse-person less than 14 years of age. Sexual abuse- 1st...

Linn County Health Department to offer “Safe Sitter” class

The Linn County Health Department in Brookfield will hold a Safe Sitter class to prepare youth for when they are home alone, watching younger siblings, or babysitting. The instructor-led class will be at the health department on June 9th from 9 to 2 p,m. The class is designed for individuals...

Platte Valley advances to Class 1 semis

Brandon McQueen and Justin Miller tallied RBIs in the seventh inning to break a tie, delivering Platte Valley a 4-2 win against North Shelby on Wednesday in Macon, Missouri. The victory delivers Platte Valley a trip to the Class 1 semifinals next week, where they will face St. Elizabeth at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Ozark, Missouri.

Driver injured after falling asleep, say troopers

MACON, MO – A vehicle accident caused injuries for the driver near Macon early Wednesday morning. According to Highway Patrol, the driver, Braden Grindstaff, 20, of Columbia, fell asleep in transit, causing the vehicle to run off Route 63, south of Macon. The car rolled over after hitting a gas meter.

Angela Fern Gallus

Angela Fern Gallus, age 60, was born September 5, 1961, in Marceline, Missouri the daughter of Evert and Deloma (Peavler) Moore and passed away May 26, 2022. Angela married Steven Gallus on March 21, 1998. They have resided in Weatherby, Missouri where she was the Mayor for several years. She was the President of the Ambulance Board, and a member of the Water Board. She was an active member of The Freedom of Road Riders. She worked for 20 years for the U.S. Postal Service.