Sedalia Police Afternoon Crime Reports: Afternoon of October 24, 2012
Here are your Sedalia Police crime reports for the afternoon of October 24, 2012.
20-year-old Sedalia man arrested at Walmart for burglary and stealing
At 8:18 Tuesday night, Sedalia police were dispatched to Walmart on a theft in progress. Upon arrival officers located the suspect in the pharmacy. The police report states the suspect, 20-year-old Michael Fritchey of Sedalia, was found to have a flashlight valued at $24.88 and a 97 cent package of thread tape concealed on his person. At the time of the police report Fritchey was on 24-hour hold at the Pettis County Jail pending formal charges of burglary 1st degree and stealing.
Dog bites its owner Tuesday morning
Around 7:45 Tuesday morning, Sedalia police responded to the Bothwell Regional Health Center on a report of a dog bite. Upon contact with the 18-year-old female victim, she told officers a dog she owned bit her. The incident took place at the woman’s home in the 1200 block of East 10th.
Thieves steal victim’s medication on Friday
Monday morning, a male victim in the 800 block of East 19th filed a theft complaint with the Sedalia Police Department. According to the victim, someone who was in his home on Friday the 19th of October stole Percocet and Oxycodone pills from his house. There was no information on possible suspects.
Local company reports a break-in Tuesday morning
Just after 8 o’clock Tuesday morning, a complainant with the Foley Company at 1000 North Grand reported a break-in at the business. According to the complainant, thieves broke out a door glass to gain entry to the building. The police report states a desk was ransacked,and a computer was turned over, but the only thing missing was a company credit card. There were no suspects at news time.
North Carolina man reports thefts from his truck at the Best Western Motel
Around 3 o’clock Tuesday morning, Sedalia police took a theft report from a Charlotte, North Carolina victim. According to the victim, thieves stole a wireless internet card valued at $200 and a Garmin GPS unit worth $100 from his truck sometime overnight while it was parked at the Best Western Motel at 3120 South Limit. There were no suspects at the time of the police report.