Sedalia Police employ lifesaving efforts Tuesday evening

In our top story today, at 6:26 Tuesday evening Sedalia police were dispatched to the area of 14th and Lafayette on a subject in the alleyway who was not breathing. Upon arrival the officers administered CPR and other lifesaving efforts. The police report states they were able to get a pulse. Sedalia Fire and the Pettis County Ambulance district arrived and transported the victim to Bothwell Regional Health Center. The report also states when the officers checked on the victim he was conscious and alert, and receiving further treatment. This story is a continuation of the lifesaving stories KSIS brought you last week that highlights the training and dedication of the officers of the Sedalia police Department.

23-year-old Sedalia man arrested for stealing at Walmart

Just before 5pm Tuesday evening Sedalia Police were dispatched to the Walmart Store on a theft complaint. Upon arrival the officers were informed the suspect, 23-year-old Christopher Ray Bennett of Sedalia had taken a phone charger wall adaptor out of its package, placed it in his pocket and left the store without paying. At the time of the police report Bennett was in the Pettis County jail pending a $533.50 bond.

Theft from a vehicle reported at a Westside Breaktime Monday afternoon

At 12:14 Monday afternoon a victim reported his wallet was stolen while he was at the Breaktime at 318 West Broadway.  According to the victim the suspect had attempted to use his debit card multiple times since the theft. There were no suspects at newstime.