Morning: Sedalia Police Crime Reports For Tuesday October 13, 2015
28-year-old Springfield woman arrested for stealing at two-stores Saturday
At 1:22pm Saturday afternoon Sedalia Police responded to TCC Cellular Connections at 766 Winchester Drive. Upon arrival the complainant reported that 28-year-old Elva L. Tamayo of Springfield had stolen a Blue Tooth Speaker, then left in a vehicle to the Walmart Store. The police report states Tamayo had also stolen from the Walmart Stores. She was arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail where she was placed on 24-hour hold pending charges.
Homeless man arrested Sunday Evening on drug related charges
Around 6pm Sunday evening Sedalia police were dispatched to the 2400 block of Stacey Lane on a subject passed out in a vehicle. Upon arrival the officers found 45-year-old Chad Kelly Arnwine Sr. a Homeless person in possession of 3-syringes, and possible heroin residue on him. Arnwine was arrested and taken to the Pettis County jail, and placed on 24-hour hold pending formal charges.
Neighborhood altercation results in arrest for a 50-year-old woman
Sunday afternoon Sedalia police responded to a residence in the 1500 block of East 5th on a disturbance between neighbors reportedly involving a golf club. Upon arrival officers determined that 50-year-old Patricia A. Sawyer of Sedalia had assaulted the caller. She was arrested and transported to the Pettis County jail where she was booked and released with a court date.
Woman bitten by a dog breaking up a dog fight
On Friday the Sedalia Police investigated a dog fight in the 600 block of East 10th Upon arrival a female victim reported she had been bitten on the hand while separating her dog from another dog. There was no other information in that police report.
Drill reported stolen in the 600 block of East 10th
Saturday the Sedalia Police received a theft complaint from a victim in the 600 block of East 10th. According to the complainant a DeWalt Drill valued at between $300 and $400 was stolen from the residence. There were no suspects at news time.