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Afternoon: Sedalia Police Crime Reports For May 1, 2014

Sedalia Police Make Two Arrests

At 6:30 Wednesday night (April 30), Sedalia Police conducted a warrant check at a residence in the 500 block of North Quincy. Upon contact with the suspect, 33-year-old Daniel Patton of the residence was found to have a warrant out of Johnson County and Sedalia. At the time of the police report, Patton was in the Pettis County Jail pending a $1500 cash only bond on the Johnson County failure to appear warrant, and a $100 cash only bond on the Sedalia Municipal warrant.

Just before 9 Wednesday morning (April 30), Sedalia Police conducted a warrant check at a residence in the 300 block of East 11th. Upon contact with the suspect, 35-year-old Elizabeth Bradley,  the officer smelled the odor of marijuana. A subsequent check of the residence revealed a marijuana roach. Bradley was issued a summons for possession of marijuana, and given a court date.

Sedalia Police Investigate Several Thefts and Property Damage Reports 

Around 4:30 Wednesday afternoon (April 30), a woman reported to Sedalia Police that a person known to her stole a carpet cleaning machine from her residence, which they refused to return. The victim also reported the same person took mail from her mailbox. The suspect had not been contacted at the time of the police report.

At 4:40 Wednesday afternoon (April 30),  Sedalia Police took a theft complaint from Wood’s Supermarket. According to the complainant a white male suspect with black hair and a beard bought a fountain drink, and then left the store without paying. When confronted the suspect poured the drink out. There is video evidence of the incident, according to store management.

Just before 4pm Wednesday afternoon a male victim in the a in the 2400 block of Margaret reported, that sometime overnight someone stole his Kenwood CD Player valued at $100 from his vehicle. The thieves also did approximately $150 worth of damage to the dashboard according to the victim.

Wednesday afternoon a female victim in the 2500 block of Margaret reported her purse was stolen sometime overnight from her unlocked vehicle.

At 9:34 this morning (May 1), a woman in the 600 block of South Ohio reported to Sedalia Police that someone punched two holes in one of her tires sometime in the overnight.

According to a victim in the 100 block of Dundee Avenue, sometime in the overnight Wednesday (April 30), someone stole an ipod Touch from their unlocked car, that was parked in front of their residence.

There are no suspects in these cases. If you have any information that could lead to an arrest in any of these cases please call the Pettis County Crimestopper line at 1-660-827-TIPS (8477)

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