Teen in jail on multiple charges of burglary and stealing


According to a Sedalia Police report at 11:50 Monday morning Sedalia Police arrested a female suspect identified as 17-year-old Dreyvin Deleshull of Sedalia on charges of 2nd degree burglary, 2nd degree property damage, and stealing from a buildings. According to sources at the Sedalia Police Department the charges are a result of a follow up investigation on a recent case. Deleshull was on 24-hour hold at the time of the police report pending formal charges.


17-year-old Sedalia man arrested for possession of intoxicants this (Wednesday) morning


At 1:32 this (Wednesday) morning Sedalia Police responded to a residence in the 500 block of East 5th on a disturbance. Upon arrival officers made contact with 17-year-old Dillon Hoover of Sedalia, who was reportedly intoxicated. Hoover also told the officers he had been involved in an altercation. He was arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail pending bonds totaling $816.50 on charges of minor in possession and purchase of intoxicants, and public peace disturbance.


Traffic stop nets man driving while revoked


Just after 5am this (Wednesday) morning Sedalia Police stopped a vehicle aty East Booneville and Clarke Avenue for exceeding the posted speed limit. A check on the driver 28-year-old Miguel Rubio Marcos of Sedalia he was found to be revoked. He was arrested and taken to the Pettis County Jail pending the filing of formal charges.


Theft reports filed with the Sedalia Police Department


Tuesday afternoon a female victim in the 500 block of North Quincy reported items were stolen from her vehicle. The police report states some of the items were found and returned to the woman.


A victim in the 2400 block of West 3rd reported items stolen from her residence on Monday.


A bike was reported stolen from a yard in the 900 block of West 16th Monday morning.

There were no suspects for these thefts but if you have any information that would help locate the suspects or the property call the TIPS HOTLINE at 827-TIPS-or 827-8477.