Afternoon: Sedalia Police Crime Reports For August 26, 2014
Man gets a summons for animal abuse after leaving his dog in a vehicle while he shopped
Around 8:45 Monday morning Sedalia Police were dispatched to the Walmart Store on a report of a dog being left in a vehicle. Upon arrival the officer said the window was down, but the dog was panting, so the officer the dog out of the vehicle, and gave it water. The officer then had the owner paged to return to his vehicle, but according to the police report it was another 30 minutes before the owner 57-year-old Dennis F. Nicoll of Sedalia came out of the store. The police report states Nicoll was issued a summons and a court date for animal abuse.
50-year-old Sedalia man arrested on a Barry County warrant Monday morning
At 10:32 Monday morning Sedalia Police arrested 50-year-old Steven Myers of Sedalia on a felony Barry County warrant. Myers was transported to the Pettis County jail pending a $500 cash bond.
Angry motorist sought for causing a bicycle accident on South 65 Highway
Just after 11am Monday morning the Sedalia Police investigated a bicycle accident, that reportedly happened on South 65 Highway near Yeager Cycle. According to the victim an angry motorist yelled at him then cut him off causing him to go over the bicycle’s handlebars and land on his right shoulder. The police report states there were scrapes on the victim’s right arm, and he complained of pain in his right shoulder. The suspect had not been located at the time of the police report.
Security cameras photograph a thief stealing a computer at Walmart
Monday evening Sedalia Police responded to a theft complaint at the Walmart store. Upon arrival the complainant told the officers, that on Saturday the store’s security camera’s recorded a suspect as they stole a lap top computer valued at $399. The theft is currently under investigation.