This posting is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports.
Early Wednesday early morning, Officers conduced a website traffic cease in the parking great deal of the Wal Mart shop, 3201 West Broadway Boulevard for a license violation. A K9 alerted to the existence of narcotics in the automobile, and it was searched. Methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia were being positioned inside of the vehicle. Dillon James Pettis, 24, of Hughesville, was arrested on rates of Possession of a Risky Drug and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
Sedalia Police have been dispatched to an incident that occurred at East Broadway Boulevard and South Engineer Avenue Tuesday night time. When Officers arrived, they were being knowledgeable that the driver of one of the automobiles had fled the spot on foot. The driver has not been positioned at this time, and no arrests have been manufactured.
Monday night time, Officers carried out a traffic halt at the American Car Rental, 2101 South Limit Avenue. Speak to was produced with the driver and the occupants. The entrance passenger was found to have an lively Pettis County Warrant for Failure to Surface on first fees of Functioning a Motor Automobile Devoid of Retaining Monetary Duty. Jamie D. Hutchison, 41, of Boonville, was placed beneath arrest and transported to the Pettis County Jail with a $200 cash only bond.
Officers ended up dispatched to the 600 block of East 16th Avenue in reference to a theft Monday night. When Officers arrived, they spoke with Michelle Gibson, who reported someone stole her stability digital camera off the back of her property. Gibson furnished a partial picture of the suspect. The camera was valued at $25.00. No arrests have been created at this time.
Tuesday night, Sedalia Law enforcement were dispatched to the 1500 block of South Vermont Avenue in reference to a suicidal topic. When Officers arrived, they spoke with subject matter, who denied getting suicidal. Officers also spoke to the caller, who explained the subject had a gun and was waving it around before. The matter denied the accusation, but surrendered her firearm for safe and sound preserving.
Officers took a report early Monday morning of property hurt that occurred on June 16th in the 600 block of South Missouri Avenue. Kayla Jones stated she loaned her car to a good friend. Brian Rayl said a friend’s ex girlfriend experienced appear more than and broken the auto. Jones approximated the injury would charge over $2400 to fix. A ask for for the cost of Property Harm has been submitted to the prosecutor.
Tuesday morning, Officers took a report of forgery and id theft in the lobby of the Law enforcement Section from Stephanie Lea Cisneros. The suspect is identified and prices have been submitted to the Pettis County prosecutor.
Sedalia Police responded to the 500 block of East 2nd Road Tuesday afternoon in reference to a disturbance. On arrival, Officers identified that the disturbance experienced been physical, but neither occasion had any injuries. Officers have been not able to establish a principal physical aggressor. A report was concluded for a 12 hour log.
Tuesday morning, Officers responded to the spot of West 16th Road and Thompson Boulevard for a disturbance. Contact was created with a woman topic, who claimed that a male suspect assaulted her. The suspect experienced still left the scene prior to Officers arrived. The suspect was afterwards located and arrested. Paul Quinton Hackney II, 20, of Warrensburg, was transported to the Pettis County Jail to be held for a 24 hour keep pending rates of Domestic Assault in the 4th Diploma.
On Monday afternoon, Sedalia Law enforcement spoke to a issue at the foyer of the Law enforcement Section in regards to a violation of a court docket purchase of defense.
Tuesday early morning, Officers responded to the Katy Depot in regards to a identified bicycle. The bicycle was taken to the Police Department for keeping.
Sedalia Police were being dispatched to the 700 block of West 16th Street for a report of located home Monday morning. Linda Doris McMullin stated that another person claimed they could not get their bicycle tire to hold air, so they failed to want the bicycle any more. The bike’s serial number was ran, and it didn’t come back as stolen. The bicycle was then gathered and positioned into uncovered assets.
On the afternoon of July 9th, Detectives observed two vans weakened at the Sedalia Tabernacle, 23299 Highway B. About $1500 value of harm was brought about to two vans belonging to the church, and the catalytic converter was effectively slice off of one particular. The suspects are unknown at this time.
Last Saturday night, Sedalia Law enforcement stopped a car or truck in the spot of West Major Road and South Limit Avenue for a transferring violation. A personal computer look at uncovered that the vehicle’s owner had a revoked driver’s license. Michael J. Tackitt, 42, of Sedalia, was arrested for Driving Although Suspended and transported to the Pettis County Jail, exactly where he was booked and released.