Sex crime involving a juvenile under investigation in Sedalia

A Sedalia Police report states officers took a sex crime complaint around 11pm Sunday night, that involved a juvenile. The incident reportedly took place in the 400 block of East 14th, and is under investigation at this time.

52-year-old female suspect arrested for obstruction

At 2:46 Saturday morning Sedalia Police responded to the 1800 block of South Sneed on a disturbance. Upon arrival officers observed the suspect, 52-year-old Vicki Gravitt of Sedalia standing at the door of the residence yelling at the resident. Gravitt was told several times to leave before she walked away to the corner. Gravitt came back as officers were taking her male companion into custody, and began yelling at the officer. After several attempts to get her to leave officers arrested Gravitt, and took her to the Pettis County jail pending a $533.50 bond.

Sedalia woman arrested Friday morning on a failure to appear warrant

During a traffic stop at 8:30 Friday morning 32-year-old Valerie Wiseman was arrested on a failure to appear warrant out of Boone County. Bond was set at $172.20 cash only.

Warrant check Sunday morning nets a man for failure to appear

Just after 9:30 Sunday morning Sedalia Police conducted a warrant check in the 600 block of West 3rd. Upon contact with the suspect 24-year-old Benjamin Craig of Sedalia the warrant for failure to appear was confirmed. Craig was arrested and taken to the Pettis County jail pending an $88.50 cash only bond.

Hit and run accident under investigation

Sunday afternoon Sedalia Police took a hit and run accident report from a victim in the 1500 block of South Moniteau. According to the victim a truck hit their vehicle parked at the street, and did not stop. There was no information on a suspect, and there was no estimate on the damage to the victim’s vehicle.

Thieves target a home on Sedalia’s Southside Sunday

A victim in the 1400 block of South Moniteau reported around $1000 worth of items were stolen from a house was moving from, but still had items in. There were no suspects at news time.