Sedalia Police were dispatched to Subway, located at 100 W. Broadway, around 9:20 Tuesday morning (May 9), for a report of two subjects who refused to leave. According to the report, officers located the subjects in the area of 6th Street and Ohio Avenue. Both people were issued trespass warnings for Subway. One of the subjects also had an active Pettis County warrant for a weapons offence. The female subject, 50-year old Judith Leigh Denney, was arrested for the warrant and taken to the Pettis County Jail, with a $15,000 bond.

Around 8:30 Tuesday morning (May 9), Sedalia Police responded to the 1700 block of South Lamine Avenue for a reported violation of a court order. The report indicates that the female caller had an order of protection against her ex-boyfriend. Police arrested the suspect, 55-year old David Wilson, and transported him to the Pettis County Jail.

On May 2, a woman reported to Sedalia Police that someone she knew stole 29 Hydrocodone pills from her home. The suspect, 21-year-old Chad W. Marcum, was located and arrested. According to the report, Marcum was placed on a 24-hour hold in the Pettis County Jail, for felony stealing.

Sedalia Police were dispatched to Kohl's, at 4300 Wisconsin Avenue, around 2:45 Tuesday afternoon, for a reported theft-in-progress. Police made contact with the suspect, 64-year-old Mildred Ann Hontz, who allegedly had $102 worth of clothing concealed in her purse. Hontz attempted to leave the store without paying for the merchandise. According to the report, Hontz admitted to the theft. She was issued a summons for stealing, with a court date of June 14, 2017.

Around 1:30 Tuesday afternoon (May 9), Sedalia Police took a report of someone passing two counterfeit $100 bills at Kentucky Fried Chicken, located at 1513 S. Limit. The report states that a suspect has been identified but no names were released.

On Monday (May 8), Sedalia Police took a theft report in the 1000 block of South Grand Avenue. The complainant stated that on April 23, someone got into his parked van, and removed tools valued at $100. A few days later, more tools were noticed to be missing. There were no further details listed in that report.

Ryan Skaith