Afternoon Sedalia Police Crime Reports For Monday July 27, 2015
35-year-old Sedalia man arrested for stealing a cell phone
At 12:32 Friday afternoon Sedalia Police took a theft complaint from a victim in the 1200 Block of South Limit. According to the victim a person known to him stole his cell phone valued at $55. Following an investigation officers arrested 35-year-old Jesse Rodger Marquess Jr. of Sedalia nad took him to the Pettis County jail pending formal charges of stealing.
9mm Pistol and other items reported stolen Friday morning
Around 9am Friday morning a man 3000 block of Brianna Blvd reported a 9mm Pistol, a debit card, and his driver’s license were stolen. No other information was contained in the police report.
$700 cell phone stolen from a woman on South Prospect
Late Saturday morning a woman in the 500 block of South Prospect reported her cell phone valued at $700 had been stolen by two-subjects known to her. The Sedalia Police report states the suspects had not been contacted at the time of the police report.
Bike reported stolen from the bike rack at Booneslick Library
Just after 3pm Saturday afternoon a female victim filed a theft complaint with the Sedalia Police. According to the victim someone stole her bicycle from the bike rack at Booneslick Library located at 219 West 3rd.
Bike thefts continued in other parts of Sedalia over the weekend
Two bikes were reported stolen from a residence in the 1700 block of South Osage Saturday morning.
Tools reported stolen on South Moniteau Saturday afternoon
Just before 11am Saturday morning a victim in the 400 block of South Moniteau reported a bunch of tools were stolen from his residence. Information on a suspect was given to the Sedalia Police.
Grave Stone found in a yard on South Quincy
According to a man in the 1700 block of South Quincy there was what he thought to be a white brick lying in his yard for a couple of weeks. Upon closer examination the brick was found to have engraving on it. The man called the police, and the object which is reportedly a gravestone was placed in found property at the police station. The police did not release the name on the stone.