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Afternoon Sedalia Crime and Accident Report: May 8, 2012

Here’s your afternoon crime report from the Sedalia Police Department for May 3, 2012.

Sedalia Woman Holds Subjects at Gunpoint Friday Evening

At 6:10 Friday evening, Sedalia police were dispatched to a disturbance in the 900 block of Winchester Blvd. According to the police report the caller said a woman was holding them at gunpoint. Upon arrival officers found a woman in a detached garage with a gun held on some subjects. The woman said when she came into the garage the people she did not know were there. According to the subjects, who were from Kansas City, they were there to collect items belonging to a deceased relative who had lived in the apartments. Officers took the firearm into custody, and released the woman at the scene. The report said a charge of unlawful use of a weapon may be sought in the case.

 

9-year-old Sedalia Victim Struck by a Hit and Run Vehicle Saturday Morning

At 10:36 Saturday morning, Sedalia police investigated a hit and run accident involving a 9-year-old boy on a bicycle. According to the police report the boy exited the alleyway between 4th and 5th street onto Quincy, and failed to yield to traffic. The boy and bike were struck by a pickup truck, that did not stop, and left the area. The boy complained of pain in his left ribcage, and was taken to Bothwell Hospital for treatment. There was no other information in the police report.

 

33-year-old Sedalia Man Arrested for Possession Sunday Night

At 8:30 Sunday night, Sedalia police stopped a vehicle at North Missouri and Cooper with a driver with a suspended license, and a Sedalia failure to appear warrant. Upon contact with the driver, 33-year-old Kordell Sims of Sedalia officers reported the odor of marijuana was detected. A subsequent search revealed Sims was in possession of marijuana, and drug paraphernalia. At the time of the police report Sims was in the Pettis County Jail pending formal charges.

 

Female Suspect in Jail for Peace Disturbance and Resisting Arrest

At 1:29 Saturday morning, Sedalia police investigated a disturbance in the 800 block of East Broadway. Upon arrival, officers reportedly saw a subject fighting three other subjects; Arrested at the scene for peace disturbance was 26-year-old Aggie Grubb of Sedalia. The police report states Grubb was also charged with resisting arrest. Bond on both charges was set at $812.50.

 

53-year-old Sedalia Woman Released Pending Blood Test Results

At 5:15 Friday evening Sedalia police responded to an accident involving a vehicle striking a tree. Upon contact with the 53-year-old female driver officers detected the odor of alcohol. The woman admitted she had been drinking alcohol after taking prescription drugs, that could make a person drowsy. The report states blood was taken from the woman to be tested, and DWI charges are pending subject to the results of the test.

 

Menards Reports a Security Camera Stolen Sunday Night

At 8:10 Sunday night a complainant at Menards reported a white male suspect took a security camera from the business Sunday night. The complainant told Sedalia police officers the suspect put the camera down his pants, and left the store without paying for it. There was no other information in the police report.

 

Prisoner in the Pettis County Jail Served With a Warrant

Just after 6 o’clock Sunday evening, Sedalia police reportedly served a failure to appear warrant, on 38-year-old James Baker of Sedalia, at the Pettis County jail, where Baker was incarcerated. Bond on the warrant was $88.50.

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