LIVINGSTON COUNTY, Mo. – A setting preliminary hearing for a Chillicothe woman accused of setting fire to a railway bridge has been put off a week in Livingston County.
The court continued the case of Destanie Dawn Batson, 23, to next Wednesday, January 13, at 9 o’clock in the morning. Batson, James P. E. Haight and Kyle Jacob Mace are each charged with first degree knowingly burning and property damage. An investigation led the their arrest in connection to an intentional fire on the Canadian Pacific railroad bridge South of Chillicothe.
The court did grant a reduction of Batson’s bond to 10% cash of the $25,000 bond.