Sedalia woman arrested Monday afternoon for burglary and property damage

According to a Sedalia Police report officers were dispatched to a residence in the 1800 block of South Harrison Saturday afternoon on a subject check. Upon arrival officers made contact with a woman in the residence who had reportedly entered the residence forcibly through the back door. Arrested at the scene was 57-year-old Debra Lynn Crawford of Sedalia. At the time of the police report she was in the Pettis County Jail pending formal charges of 2nd degree burglary, and 2nd degree property damage.

Traffic stop results in arrest for a 29-year-old Sedalia man

Just after 7pm Tuesday night Sedalia Police stopped a vehicle at 16th and Ingram displaying plates, that had been reported stolen out of Jefferson City. The driver 29-year-old Nicholas Shull of Sedalia was arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail where he was booked and released pending the filing of charges of receiving stolen merchandise, and displaying and possession of another person’s plates.

Thief locks dog in a bedroom while stealing from a residence on Sedalia’s east side

At 4:27 Monday afternoon Sedalia Police took a burglary complaint from a victim in the 900 block of east 9th. According to the victim when he returned home around 2:10pm that afternoon he found his dog locked in a bedroom, and weapons and ammunition missing. The victim estimated the items stolen were worth $8300. The victim gave the officers a list of possible suspects in the theft.

Victim on west 7th reports property damage Tuesday evening

Around 6:30 Tuesday evening Sedalia Police investigated a property damage complaint in the 300 block of west 7th.  The victim told the officers someone broke a rear window out of his vehicle. There were no suspects, and no estimate on the damage was available at news time.

Vandalism report filed by a victim in the 800 block of east 15th Monday afternoon

Just after 3pm Monday afternoon a victim in the 800 block of east 15th reported her vehicle was entered overnight, and the contents of the glove box and center console was scattered throughout the vehicle. There were no suspects at the time of the police report.