Afternoon Sedalia Police Crime Reports For November 4, 2014
Sedalia man arrested at Bothwell Hospital for refusing to leave
Just before 11pm Monday night Sedalia Police were dispatched to the Emergency Room at Bothwell Hospital on a subject refusing to leave. The subject said he wanted to speak to a police officer. Upon arrival the officer reportedly talked to the man identified as 45-year-old Dale W. Kabler of Sedalia, then advised him to leave the hospital. Kabler did not leave, and was arrested and transported to the Pettis County jail pending an $816.50 bond on charges of trespassing, failure to obey, and resisting arrest.
Case of fraud reported to the Sedalia Police
According to a Police report last Thursday a female victim was contacted by a man claiming to be a representative of KCP&L in the collection department. The woman said the man convinced her, that her bill was past due, and got her to purchase a go-to-pay credit card for $365.34. The woman who apparently was not that convinced then contacted KCP&L and found she was not behind on the bill, and did not pay the money. There was no information on a possible suspect in the police report.
Child bitten in the face by the family dog Saturday night
Saturday night Sedalia police investigated a reported dog bite involving a child at the Bothwell Hospital Emergency Room. Upon arrival the father of the child told the officers the child had been bitten in the face while playing with the family dog causing minor injuries. No other information was available at news time.
Copper thieves strike a home on East 28th
A victim in the 1700 block of East 28th Street reported the theft of copper wiring from his residence, along with a central air unit. Value of the stolen air conditioner, and the damage and replacement cost of the wiring was set at around $5000. There was no information on possible suspects.
Burglar breaks a window to make entry to a home on West 10th
Monday night a female victim in the 1800 block of west 10th reported a bedroom window was broken out of her residence, and a gold Buliva Watch was missing. There was no value placed on the watch, and there were no suspects at the time of the police report.
Vandals break a vehicle window in the 2600 block of Anderson Avenue
At 8:15 Monday morning a victim in the 2600 block of Anderson Avenue reported that sometime overnight someone broke the driver’s side window of his vehicle. Estimated replacement value was set at $200. There were no suspects at news time.
Sedalia Police are investigating two incidents of license plate thefts
The Sedalia Police Department received two theft complaints involving vehicle license plates. A victim in the 1000 block of South Massachusetts reported his Missouri license plate # CD3X2F was taken. A second license plate theft took place in the 600 block of South Moniteau overnight. There were no suspects at newstime on either one of these thefts.