Fugitive Investigation Nets Arrests in Livingston County

A fugitive investigation in Livingston County resulted in arrests last week.

On Thursday, March 7, the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office was following up on leads in a fugitive case, which led deputies and Chillicothe Police officers to the 17-hundred block of Deringer Drive in Chillicothe.

Authorities had information that 42-year-old Kevin Ray Head had been staying in the home.

Head was wanted on an active parole warrant on the original receiving stolen property conviction and has been a fugitive since April 13, 2022.

Officers were initially unable to locate anyone at the home.

While there, officers observed Head and an adult female drive-by, and a brief chase ensued and then a foot pursuit.

Head was initially able to elude the officers.

A while later, Head was spotted trying to hide under a nearby deck and was taken into custody.

This investigation resulted in authorities applying for and receiving a search warrant for a residence in the 1700 block of Deringer Drive in Chillicothe.

Officers seized multiple items from the residence, which allegedly included methamphetamine, methamphetamine drug paraphernalia, rifle, and other items.

Officers also arrested 43-year-old Nicole Renee Webb of Chillicothe for alleged felony hindering prosecution and unlawful possession of a firearm.

Webb remains in Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail in place of a five-thousand-dollar cash bond.

The investigation continues, and reports are being submitted to the Livingston County Prosecuting Attorney and potentially the ATF for consideration of federal charges.