Afternoon Sedalia Police Crime Reports For November 10, 2014
Children left home alone when baby sitter leaves
At 4:30 Saturday morning the Sedalia Police were dispatched to a residence in the 300 block of East 2nd on a report of children left home unattended. Upon arrival the complainant told the officers the babysitter left the children at home alone for 20 minutes. Upon contact with the suspect she told the officers she had been contacting the complainant for an hour and a half telling her she needed to leave. The police report states charges are being sent to the prosecutor for review.
Sedalia man arrested on multiple charges during a domestic assault investigation
Just after mid-night Saturday morning Sedalia Police responded to a a reported domestic assault. Following an investigation 29-year-old Roger W. Lindsey Jr. was arrested, and taken to the Pettis County jail pending formal charges of 3rd degree domestic assault, resisting arrest, possession of a controlled substance, and introducing a controlled substance into a jail facility. The report also said Lindsey had cuts and bruises, and was intoxicated.
Thieves targeted Griff's Drive-in last year and stole an air-condition unit
On Friday the owner of “The Donut Palace” reported a 5-ton central air-condition unit was stolen from Griff's Drive in a building the victim now owns. The theft reportedly took place sometime before July the 15th of 2014 when it was first reported to the victim by a mailman. There were no suspects, and no replacement value was included in the police report.
Wallet turned into the Sedalia Police Friday
According to a Sedalia Police report a wallet containing identification and other cards was found near the recycle bins in Thompson Hills Shopping Center. The owner could not be contacted according to the police report and the wallet has been placed in found property at the police department.
Mailbox damaged and mail stolen in the 2600 block of South Harrison
A victim in the 2600 block of South Harrison reported his mailbox was damaged, and he believes mail has been stolen. Damage to the mail box was estimated at $50. There were no suspects at news time.