Sedalia Police Afternoon Crime Reports For October, 26, 2012
Here is your Sedalia Police crime reports for the afternoon of October 26, 2012.
Junior High School Students harassed on their way to school
For the second time this week, Sedalia Police are investigating a case of harassment involving children walking to school. The first incident reportedly took place on Monday near the post office, when a suspect blocked the sidewalk and asked a female juvenile if she would like a ride. The latest incident, which took place Tuesday in the area of 3rd and Mill, involved two students on their way to the Junior High School. Sedalia police were dispatched to the Junior High School where the School’s Resource Officer, Pettis County Sheriff’s Deputy John Cline told the officers the two students had told him the man had asked them repeatedly if they wanted a ride and after continuously refusing he finally closed the vehicle door and drove off. There was no information on whether the two incidents were connected, and an investigation is ongoing in the incident.
Sedalia man reports damage to his home Thursday night
Around 9:30 Thursday night, Sedalia police responded to the 1500 block of South New York. Upon arrival, the victim told officers someone had damaged a front window of the residence a short time earlier. The damage estimate was around $600, and there were no suspects at news time.
Hit and run accident reported in the 3100 block of Brianna Blvd.
At 6:30 Thursday morning, a victim in the 3100 block of Brianna Blvd. reported a hit and run accident that took place sometime between Saturday the 20th of October and early morning on Thursday the 25th of October. Damage to the victim’s vehicle was to both rear quarter panels. There was no repair estimates and no information on a possible suspect was available at news time.
Thursday afternoon a student at Smith Cotton High School reported his cell phone was stolen while he was in class. There are no suspects at news time.