Traffic stop Monday evening nets man on drug related charges

Around 7pm Monday night Sedalia Police conducted a traffic stop in the 1700 block of East Broadway for expired plates, and running a red light at Broadway and Engineer. Upon contact with the driver 46-year-old Peter Jeffery Clawson of Sedalia the officer obtained permission to search, and a baggy with a crystallized substance in it was located. The police report states Clawson grabbed the baggy and put it in his mouth. Following a brief struggle Clawson was arrested and transported to the Pettis County jail where he was placed on 24-hour hold pending charges of possession of synthetic narcotics, resisting arrest, failure to register a vehicle, and failure to obey a traffic signal.
Male and female teenage suspects arrested Monday night in the area of Wood’s

Just after 11pm Monday night Sedalia police responded to the area of Wood’s Supermarket on a disturbance. Upon arrival a victim told the officers she was talking to a subject believed to be the one who stole her credit card. The victim said while they were talking to the suspect two female subjects exited a vehicle and threatened them with a baseball bat. Following an investigation the officers arrested 18-year-old Trustin Andrew Oja of Sedalia on charges of stealing a credit card, and fraudulent use of a credit device. Also arrested at the scene was 17-year-old Jessica Rose Kleine of Sedalia. She was reportedly charged with 2nd degree assault. Both suspects were taken to the Pettis County Jail, and placed on 24 hour hold pending formal charges and bonds.

Traffic stop results in drug related charges for a Sedalia man

At 9:05pm Monday night Sedalia police stopped a vehicle at 9th and Grand for crossing the centerline several times. Upon contact with the driver, 59-year-old Mark L. Hudiburg consent to search was obtained, and the officers located methamphetamine, and drug paraphernalia. Hudiburg was arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail and placed on 24-hour hold pending state charges.

Theft of medicines reported from a vehicle at Walmart

On Monday a female victim reported five different kinds of medicines were stolen from her vehicle while it was parked in the parking lot at the Walmart Store. There were no suspects at news time.