Livingston County Web Site Helps Nab Three More Fugitives

Posted 2 years ago

By John P Tretbar

Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox is once again singing the praises of his department’s new web site (www.livcoso.org). Cox says since it was unveiled last month, the site has generated calls and email tips, largely responsible for the arrests of eleven fugitives to date.

At the time of this writing (Feb. 20, 2012) the site had a total of 2,142 unique visitors. Of these 2,142, Cox says 1,462 have come in the month of February. The runnning total of 4,328 visits led to 152,441 viewings of web pages viewed. The peak day was February 16 with 341 unique visitors and 9,618 pages viewed.

Cox says three more persons on the LCSO Most Wanted were arrested last week.

On February 19, they extradited Christie Ann Noble, 36, Chillicothe, from the Carroll County Sheriff. Ms. Noble had been arrested on a Livingston County arrest warrant for two counts of possession of a controlled substance, a class C felony. Bond was set at $10,000

On February 19, they arrested Brian Keith King, 47; Lebanon, MO after Mr. King surrendered himself to the LCSO on two warrants for alleged bad check violations. Bond was initially placed at $4,153.50 cash.

On February 17, Linn County officials arrested Shan’te Douglas Glasgow, 23, Brookfield, on the Livingston County arrest warrant for alleged domestic assault, failure to appear in Court. Mr. Glasgow was incarcerated in the Livingston County Jail in lieu of $7,500 bond.

Sheriff Cox urges you to visit the site and sign up for alerts to receive information about “most wanted” fugitives, sex offenders and messages from the sheriff.

By March, Cox hopes to add access to the county jail roster, arrest photos, charges, and related information. We also plan to have a complete listing of all outstanding arrest warrants to compliment the “Most Wanted” section.