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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Reports: Afternoon of December 28, 2012

Here are your Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s crime reports for the afternoon of Dec. 28, 2012.

47-year-old Sedalia woman is ran over by a vehicle

Just after 7:00 Thursday morning, the Missouri State Highway Patrol responded to an accident on private property at 21857 Highway “B” in Pettis County. According to the accident report, a 2007 Chevrolet Silverado was parked on a downhill driveway and a pedestrian, 47-year-old Llidiyia Zaytsev of Sedalia, released the parking brake. As the vehicle began to roll backwards the woman fell, and was ran over by the vehicle. The victim received serious injuries and was taken to Bothwell Hospital by APSI Ambulance. An investigation continues in the accident.

Thieves enter a woman’s home while she sleeps to steal her property

At 7:00 this (Friday) morning Sedalia police responded to a residence in the 900 block of South Kentucky on a burglary complaint. According to the female complainant sometime overnight someone entered her home while she was asleep, and stole some unspecified property from the home. There was no information on a possible suspect in the police report.

HTC Tablet stolen from an unlocked vehicle on South Quincy

Around 6:30 this (Friday) morning, a victim reported the theft of an HTC Tablet from his unlocked vehicle sometime overnight. The victim said the vehicle was parked in front of a residence in the 1300 block of South Quincy at the time of the theft. There were no suspects at the time of the report.

McDonald’s receives a counterfeit $50 bill early Friday morning

The McDonald’s located at 1621 South Limit filed a forgery complaint with the Sedalia police at 1:25 this (Friday) morning. According to the complainant, they received a counterfeit $50 bill at the drive-thru a short time earlier. McDonald’s is the latest business to report bogus bills over the past week.

Hit-and-run is done intentionally according to the victim

At 6:19 Thursday evening, the Sedalia police took a property damage complaint from a victim in the 1500 block of South Vermont. The victim told the officers a suspect had struck his vehicle on purpose with their vehicle, causing approximately $450 in damage. The victim provided the police with information on the suspect, but the officers had not located the suspect at the time of the report.

Burglary investigated at a local business Thursday night

Just before 10:00 Thursday night, Sedalia police answered an alarm activation at Ice Masters located at 421 South Kentucky. Upon arrival, officers found forced entry was made to the building through a broken window. Following an investigation, it was determined nothing was missing from the building. There was no other information in the police report.

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