Afternoon Sedalia Police Crime Reports For Tuesday July 14, 2015
Theft complaint leads to arrest for a Sedalia man Monday afternoon
At 2:28 Monday afternoon Sedalia Police received a theft complaint from a man in the 1600 block of east 17th. According to the victim items were stolen from his garage by a suspect known tro him. The suspect identified as 30-year-old Bradley J. Botcher of Sedalia was located and he admitted he took the items. At the time of the police report he was in the Pettis County jail pending a $533.50 bond on a stealing charge.
Warrant Check this (Tuesday) morning nets a man on a failure to appear warrant
Just before 9am this (Tuesday) morning Sedalia Police conducted a warrant check at a residence in the 900 block of west 3rd. Upon arrival officers made contact with the suspect, 66-year-old Carl Stephen Bond of the residence. Bond was arrested and transported to the Sedalia Police Department on a failure to appear warrant for building violation. Bond was set at $88.50.
Two local businesses broken into early this (Tuesday) morning
Around 4:20 this (Tuesday) morning Sedalia Police were dispatched to LA Nails located at 2302 west Broadway on an alarm call. Upon arrival officers found a window of the business broken out. Management was called, and could find nothing missing. There was no estimate on the damage to the building. The police report also states the building at 2402 where Mighty Melt is located also had a window broken out. The police report states the cash register was open and an unspecified amount of loose change was taken. There were no suspects at the time of the police report.
Burglary complaint filed by a victim in the 900 block of west 3rd
At 8:57 this (Tuesday) morning the Sedalia Police investigated a burglary complaint in the 900 block of west 3rd. According to the complainant sometime over the last two days someone broke the back door of the residence in order to gain entrance. The thief or thieves took a 100 foot extension cord, and a battery for a Cub Cadet Riding Mower. The stolen items and damage were estimated to be over $500 in value.