Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Reports: Morning of March 26, 2014
The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s crime reports are from the morning of Wednesday, March 26, 2014.
Sedalia Man a Victim of a Scam
A man reported to Sedalia Police on Monday (March 24) that he was scammed by a person who said he was with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). The posed DEA agent convinced the man that he was being charged with a crime and needed to pay $1,700. The man sent money by Western Union to the posed DEA agent and discovered he was scammed.
Several Gas Drive-Offs Reported
Employees of Breaktime at 318 West Broadway reported a $53.29 and a $12.01 gas drive-off yesterday (March 25).
Employees of Casey’s at 3500 West 16th reported to Sedalia Police that there was a $15 gas drive-off yesterday (March 25).
Employees of Bing’s at 1703 East Broadway reported to Sedalia Police that a female suspect entered the store and switched labels on merchandise and checked out with the lower priced items. The suspect has not been identified.
Several Arrests Made
Sedalia Police arrested Michael Burgers for failure to appear, bond set at $100.
Sedalia Police arrested Dustin Bailey for failure to appear, bond set at $10.
Sedalia Police arrested Michael Miller for driving while suspended.
Pettis County Deputies arrested John Mathis for an active warrant out of Pettis County.