Afternoon: Sedalia Police And Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Reports For March 17, 2015
Two subjects arrested Monday afternoon during an investigation of a disturbance
At 1:47 Monday afternoon Sedalia Police investigated a disturbance in the area of the Bothwell Regional Health Center. Upon contact with the male and female subjects they told the officers they were just arguing and nothing physical took place. The police report states a check through dispatch revealed both subjects had active warrants. At the time of the police report 40-year-old Joseph Jay Moore of Sedalia was being held in the Pettis County Jail on a no bond parole violation warrant. The female suspect identified as 36-year-old Heather Melba Miller of Sedalia was in the Pettis County Jail on a Johnson County warrant with a $5000 bond.
California Missouri woman arrested following a traffic stop Monday night
Around 7:25 Monday night Sedalia Police conducted a traffic stop at Broadway and Massachusetts for expired license plates. A check on the occupants of the vehicle revealed a passenger identified as Shawna Marie Ivy of California Missouri had a parole violation warrant, and a failure to appear warrant out of Moniteau County for possession of a controlled substance. The parole violation warrant was a no-bond warrant, and the failure to appear warrant had a $25,000 bond.
Trash fire reported in the 600 block of West 6th late Monday night
At 11pm Monday night Sedalia Police Officers were dispatched to a fire in the 600 block of West 6th. Upon arrival the officers found a trash pile and part of a fence was on fire. The Sedalia Fire Department arrived and extinguished the fire. The police report states approximately $150 damage was done to the property.
Pettis County Sheriff’s Report
Around 1:30 Monday afternoon a female victim in the 1500 block of Crestwood Drive filed a property damage complaint with the Pettis County Sheriff’s office. According to the woman her vehicle had been damaged while it was sitting at her residence. An investigation is pending in the case.