Afternoon: Sedalia Police Crime Reports For September 8, 2014
Female victim reports being sexually assaulted Saturday
Just after mid-night Saturday morning Sedalia Police responded to 16th and Grand on an assault complaint. Upon arrival the female victim told the officers, that two male suspects had sexually assaulted her. There was no suspect information in the police report.
Accident involving a Missouri State Highway Patrol vehicle investigated Sunday morning
At 3:21 Sunday morning the Sedalia Police investigated a traffic accident at Broadway and Grand involving a private vehicle, and a Missouri State Highway Patrol vehicle. According to the police report a Ford Escape driven by 19-year-old Lexxus Mitchell failed to stop at a blinking red light, and pulled into the path of the Missouri State Highway patrol vehicle resulting in the patrol vehicle striking the Ford Escape. The police report states upon contact with Mitchell the officer smelled the odor of alcohol. Both victims suffered minor injuries in the crash, and were transported to Bothwell Hospital for treatment. The police report also states charges of 2nd degree assault-vehicle injury, and driving while intoxicated are being sought on Mitchell.
Assault investigation Sunday morning results in arrest for a male and a female
Around 10:30am Sunday morning Sedalia Police investigated an assault complaint at a residence in the 400 block of N. Grand. Upon contact with the male and female subjects the officers found, that both subjects had sustained injuries in a physical altercation. Officers arrested 53-year-old Jeffrey Wayne Morris, and 46-year-old Edna Ann Iman of the residence, and transported them to the Pettis County Jail, and placed them on 24-hour hold pending formal charges of 2nd degree domestic assault. The police report also states both suspects were intoxicated.
19-year-old Sedalia man arrested on multiple charges early Saturday morning
At 12:24 Saturday morning Sedalia Police responded to the 200 block of Rainbow Drive on a disturbance. Upon arrival a female victim told the officers she had been assaulted by a person known to her. The officers located the suspect identified as 19-year-old Kenneth Samuel McGee Jr. of Sedalia, and arrested him. At the time of the police report McGee was on 24-hour hold in the Pettis County jail pending charges of 3rd degree assault, resisting arrest, and purchase and possession of intoxicating liquor by a minor.
Investigation of a possible assault with a deadly weapon ends in arrest for a 19-year-old man
Saturday afternoon the Sedalia Police responded to 4th and Engineer regarding an assault complaint involving a deadly weapon. Upon arrival the suspect had left the area, but witnesses said he was parked in the 1500 block of East 4th. Upon contact with the suspect identified as 19-year-old Raygan Thomas Townsend of Sedalia, he was found to be a suspended driver. He was arrested and transported to the Pettis County jail pending formal charges.
17-year-old male arrested Saturday night for driving while suspended
At 7:33 Saturday night Sedalia Police stopped a vehicle at 16th and Grand with a driver who was known to be suspended. 17-year-old Austin R, Frederick of Sedalia was arrested and taken to the Pettis County Jail pending a $533.50 bond.
Thefts and gas drive off reports
Saturday afternoon Sedalia police received a report of a theft at the Walmart store. According to the report a man ran from the store with items in his pants he had not paid for. The employee said he lost sight of the man when he ran towards JC Penny”s.
At 6:38 Saturday evening a woman in the 1400 block of South Prospect reported sometime that morning someone broke into her house, and stole 8-Samurai Swords. There were no suspects.
Just after midnight Saturday morning Applebee’s Restaurant reported two-men left the business without paying for $17.99 worth of food and drinks.
Just before 1pm Saturday afternoon the Casey’s Store at 716 West 16th reported a $19.36 gas drive off, and at 10:47 Saturday night the Casey’s at 3050 South Limit reported a $20.01 gas drive off.