Multiple Arrests Reported Following Theft, Burglary Investigation
An investigation into residential burglaries and thefts has led to the arrests of 10 suspects. The Pettis County Sheriff's Office says that they executed multiple search warrants over the past two weeks, with the assistance of the Mid-Missouri Drug Task Force, the Missouri State Highway Patrol and the National Insurance Crime Bureau. Methamphetamine, firearms, and a large amount of stolen property were seized. The sheriff's office says the investigation is ongoing, and additional arrests are pending.
Jeffery D. Twenter, 44, Sedalia. Possession of a controlled substance, stealing.
Douglas L. Jonson, 46, Sedalia. Receiving stolen property, Pettis County warrant for stealing.
Anastasia I. Mann, 21, Sedalia. Stealing, possession of a controlled substance.
Erica L. Woodyard, 30, Sedalia. Failure to appear warrant from Sedalia.
Amanda N. Martz, 35, Georgetown. Stealing, possession of a controlled substance.
Todd C. Streb, 45, Sedalia. Possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of a firearm.
Joseph R. Luera, 40, Sedalia. Possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of a firearm.
Paula Luera, 34, Sedalia. Possession of a controlled substance.
Robert D. Hall, 49, Georgetown. Pettis County warrant for stealing, second degree burglary.
Kelly D. Neth, 52, Georgetown. Receiving stolen property, stealing.