Afternoon: Sedalia Police Crime Reports For Friday October 30, 2015
Sedalia police arrest a Sedalia man on a Felony Warrant Wednesday
At 12:54pm Wednesday afternoon Sedalia police saw a suspect in the area of 13th and Ohio who was known to have a felony warrant. Upon contact with the suspect, Raymond E. Bailey Jr. of Sedalia the warrant was confirmed. Bailey was arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail pending a $15,000 bond.
34-year-old man arrested for reportedly choking his mother
Just before 3pm Tuesday afternoon the Sedalia Police arrested 34-year-old Kevin Allen Murray of Sedalia on a charge of 2nd degree domestic assault. The charges stem from an incident where Murray reportedly choked his mother. The police report also states he was placed on a 12-hour hold due to intoxication.
Sedalia man arrested for trespassing and resisting arrest Thursday
Around 7pm Thursday night Sedalia police were dispatched to the 400 block of East 3rd on a trespassing complaint. According to the police report upon arrival the suspect, 54-year-old Richard B. Waters of Sedalia admitted he had been told to leave twice. The officers could not get Waters to comply with an order to leave, and arrested Waters for trespassing, and failure to obe/resisting arrest. At the time pof the police report he was in the Pettis County Jail pending bonds totaling $817.
Two-Warsaw suspects arrested on Benton County warrants
Wednesday morning Sedalia Police arrested Raquel M. Adkins, and Kevon D. Sowles of Warsaw on Benton County warrants. The police report states bond on Adkins was placed at $500, and Sowles bond was set at $300.
Sedalia man sited for littering on the 25th of October
Just before 1pm on Saturday the 25th of October a man waved the police down to inform them someone had littered the parking lot at 9th and limit, by dumping trash in the lot. The complainant gave officers a description of the suspect and his vehicle, and officers located 22-year-old Brandon L. Fernandez, and issued him a summons for littering.
Applebees at 3320 West Broadway reported suspects ate a meal valued at $78.70, and then left without paying. Late Thursday night. There was no information on the suspects at news time.