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Marshall standoff result of No-Bond Bench Warrant –

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On August 8, 2019


The Marshall, Illinois standoff which resulted in the arrest of (Charles) Tyler Livvix yesterday was the result of his failing to appear in court on a previous Felony charge of damage to government supported property.

He was charged on July 18, 2019 for criminal damage to government supported property and posted the required 10% of a $10,000 Bond.

He had a court appearance with counsel scheduled for yesterday, August 7, 2019, but apparently failed to appear, prompting the Judge to issue a No-bond Bench Warrant, which police were attempting to act on when Livvix barricaded himself in his place of residence.

In a separate matter, there is a 3-week Emergency No Contact Order against him which is scheduled for Hearing on August 14th for a Plenary No Contact Order.

See previous article on the standoff, which includes video of his arrest at this link (here).

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