Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Reports: Morning of Monday, September 21, 2015
The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff's crime reports are from the morning of Monday, September 21, 2015.
The Shell gas station, on South Limit, reported to Pettis County Deputies someone used counterfeit money that was discovered on Friday (September 18). The bill was collected by Pettis County Deputies and the investigation continues.
For the second time in a week, the Paul Klover Soccer Association reported to Sedalia Police someone forced entry into the concession stand at the park and stole food items and did did property damage on Friday night or Saturday morning. The Paul Klover Soccer Association is offering a cash reward for any information leading to the arrest of the individuals that burglarized and vandalized the garage and concession stand at Clover Dell Soccer Park. They are non profit organization for children and being burglarized really hurts. You message the Paul Klover Soccer Association on Facebook or contact 281-6455.
Two white males concealed items at the Sedalia Walmart on Friday afternoon (Sept. 18). The two men tried taking a cart full of items out, but a witness grabbed the cart before they went out the store. The men ran out of the store, with the concealed items.
A woman in the area of West 10th and South Prospect reported to Sedalia Police someone stole $10 to $15 in change from her vehicle on Friday (Sept. 18).
A man in the 800 Block of South Walnut Street in La Monte reported to Pettis County Deputies someone stole jewelry and money from the home, between September 15 and 20.
A man at the Eagle Stop of Sedalia, reported to Pettis County Deputies there was a theft on Saturday (Sept. 19).
A woman in the area of West 11th and South Ohio reported to Sedalia Police, someone stole her prescription bottles of Vicodin on September 4 or 5.
A victim from Versailles reported to Pettis County Deputies he was assaulted while at State Fair Community College and another person reported somebody damaged her vehicle. Both incididents happened at the same time, according to Pettis County Deputies.
A man reported to Sedalia Police he was threatened via text message on Saturday (Sept. 19).
A woman in the area of East 6th and South Lafayette reported to Sedalia Police that her cat was attacked by a dog on Saturday afternoon (Sept. 19). The cat had to be taken to a vet.
Pettis County Deputies arrested Austin Gruber, of Warsaw, on charges of stealing and was found to have several Sedalia Police charges.
There was a one-vehicle accident on Saturday afternoon (September 19) at the intersection of Highway 50 and Montgomery. 19-year-old Shebly Farrar, of Otterville, was driving when her vehicle slowly veered and struck a utility pole, according to a witness. Farrar her passenger, 20-year-old Lora Morton, sustained injuries and were taken to the Bothwell Regional Health Center ER. Their vehicle, a 2001 Hyundai, sustained extensive front end damage and was towed from the scene.
Sedalia Police arrested James Dingus Fague for driving while suspended, a parole violation and two failure to appear charges, bond set at $7,677.
Sedalia Police arrested Joe McClendon the Second for failure to appear, bond set at $88.50.
Sedalia Police arrested Joseph Luera Sr. for three charges of failure to appear-felony, one failure to appear and two charges of failure to appear-misdemeanor.
Sedalia Police arrested Jesse Smith for creating a loud noise and placed into protective custody after making threats toward a clerk at Break Time.
Sedalia Police arrested Matthew Johnson for driving while intoxicated.
Sedalia Police arrested Rachael Wirtz for driving while suspended.