GENESEO - An inmate at Livingston County Jail is facing felony criminal mischief charges after allegedly headbutting a window that then cracked, according to the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office.
Dustin Loveland, 33, an inmate at the jail, was speaking July 10 with Sheriff’s Corporal Brenda Clark about a pair of sneakers in his property. After the conversation, Loveland headbutt the window of his assigned cell, causing the window to crack, the Sheriff’s Office said.
The cost to repair the cell door was $820, the Sheriff’s Office said.
Loveland was charged July 15 with third-degree criminal mischief, a Class E felony.
Loveland was later moved to the Central Booking area at the jail for processing an issued an appearance ticket on the charge. He is scheduled to appear in Village of Geneseo at a later date.
Loveland is an unsentenced inmate being held on an alleged violation of probation, the Sheriff’s Office said.
Assisting with the investigation were Corporal Zach Scott, Deputy Jessica Carnevale and Deputy Kyle Ammerman, all of the Jail Division.