Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Reports: Morning of April 23, 2014
The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s crime reports are from the morning of Wednesday, April 23, 2014.
Several Thefts Reported
A man reported to the Pettis County Sheriff’s Office that someone stole his gold chain necklace valued at $900 out of his locker yesterday while at Tyson Foods.
A man in the area of West 19th and South Osage reported to Sedalia Police that someone stole his Springfield Arms .45 1911 from his truck while on vacation.
Sedalia Police received a report this morning claiming that someone stole a Samsung GalaxyS2 cell phone in the 2700 Block of West Broadway.
A woman reported to Sedalia Police this morning that someone stole her cell phone in the 300 Block of West Broadway.
A man reported to Sedalia Police yesterday that someone stole his grandson’s orange and black Thruster Freestyle 20-inch bicycle, valued at $70, in the area of 7th and Harrison.
A woman in the 1000 Block of East 5th reported to Sedalia Police yesterday that someone stole her son’s 20-inch Mongoose dirt bike.
Pettis County Deputies received a report that a door valued at $300 was broken at a home in the 3100 Block of Highway TT.
Sedalia Police received a report of harassment involving two juveniles at the Smith-Cotton High School.
Several Arrests Made
Sedalia Police arrested 39-year-old Michael Fuson for sexual misconduct after a report of a man that exposed himself to a juvenile female at a bus stop on April 21 in the area of East Boonville and North Heard.
Sedalia Police arrested Kimberly Bailey for trespassing at Wood’s, bond set at $233.50.
Sedalia Police arrested Jesse Roberts for failure to appear, bond set at $114.60.
Sedalia Police arrested Johnathan Cunningham for failure to appear and a possible warrant out of Pettis County, bond set at $88.50.
Sedalia Police arrested Jonathan Galloway for failure to appear, bond set at $88.50.
Sedalia Police arrested Sally Soendker for forgery involving a Missouri temporary tag.
Cat Bullies Dog Tuesday night
Around 8 p.m. Tuesday night, Sedalia Police took a complaint of an animal attack. According to the complainant, a stray cat entered her yard and attacked her 100 pound dog. The cat was taken to the animal shelter.