Afternoon Sedalia Police Crime Report: May 22, 2012
Here’s your Afternoon Sedalia Police Crime Report for May 22, 2012.
Student reportedly stabbed in the shoulder with a pencil at the middle school
Last week, the mother of a Middle School student filed a complaint with the Sedalia Police Department about her son being stabbed in the shoulder with a mechanical pencil by another student. According to the report, school personnel informed the mother of the incident. No other information was available.
Smith Cotton High School student reports being assaulted
Just after 3 o’clock Thursday afternoon, a female student at Smith Cotton High School reported she was assaulted earlier in the afternoon. There was no other information in the police report.
Prescription medicine stolen from a vehicle in the 300 block of North Grand
At 7 o’clock Sunday afternoon, the Sedalia police department took a theft complaint from a male victim in the 300 block of North Grand. According to the victim, someone stole his son’s Methylin pills from his vehicle parked in the driveway of the residence sometime overnight. There were 23 pills left in the bottle according to the victim. There are no suspects.
License plate stolen from a pickup in a parking garage
At 4:15 Sunday afternoon, Sedalia police took a theft complaint from a victim in the 800 block of West 2nd. According to the police report, someone stole the license plate from his 2008 Silverado sometime after 3 o’clock Friday afternoon. It was parked in a parking garage at the time. The plate number is 4KR-642, and it expires in 2014.
Sedalia woman reports her purse was lost or stolen at the Dollar General
On Monday, a victim reported her wallet had been lost or stolen while she shopped at the Dollar General in downtown Sedalia. The wallet reportedly had $29 in cash, and several credit cards in it at the time it went missing.
Unauthorized charges show up on man’s bank statement
Last Thursday a victim reported the fraudulent use of his credit card to Sedalia police. The victim told officers when he received his bank statement there were two unauthorized charges to Dominos Pizza on it. The police report states charges are being sought on a suspect in the case.