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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Reports: Morning of November 8, 2013

The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Reports are from the morning of Friday, Nov. 8, 2013.

Detectives from the Pettis County Sheriff’s Office and the Sedalia Police Department arrested 26-year-old Ashley Moore and 19-year-old Ryan Newland following an investigation into thefts from several vehicles in Pettis County. Both Moore and Newland were charged with a Class C felony for stealing and their bond was set at $5,000.

Sedalia Police confirmed that a stolen firearm was attempted to be pawned at Vinson’s Pawn on Oct. 22. The gun was stolen from the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office. Sedalia Police also confirmed that another stolen firearm was attempted to be pawned at Osage Thrift Shop on Nov. 4 that was stolen from the Boone County Sheriff’s Office.

A woman in the 1000 Block of West 9th reported to Sedalia Police that 31 different medications were stolen from her car yesterday.

A man reported to Sedalia Police that his blue and white Next mountain bike was stolen while at school in the 300 Block of East Broadway on Nov. 7.

A man in the 600 Block of East Broadway reported to Sedalia Police that his Red Rhode Island Rooster valued at $30 was stolen from his backyard around 6 p.m. on Nov. 5.

A woman in the 1200 Block of South Osage reported to Sedalia Police that someone used her information to obtain two credit cards between Oct. 1 and Nov. 7.

Sedalia Police are investigating a reported assault that happened in the 1100 Block of East 5th.

Sedalia Police arrested Brandon Kerr for failure to appear on backfines, bond set at $200.

Sedalia Police arrested Matthew Dawson for driving while intoxicated, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

A woman reported to Sedalia Police that she was the victim of a hit-and-run accident in the 3000 Block of West Broadway yesterday afternoon.

There was a one vehicle accident that occurred yesterday afternoon around 4:45. The front seat passenger, Rikki Brown, stated that her father started shaking behind the wheel and would not respond to her.  Brown stated that at some point, she grabbed the wheel of the car and pulled it toward her and they ran off the roadway, striking a light pole and the corner of a garage before coming to a final rest between two trees. The driver, Charles Roark, does not remember the accident. They were both were transported by Pettis County Ambulance District to Bothwell Regional Health Center for treatment. Witnesses say that the vehicle crossed the roadway on Highway 65 and 3rd Street and managed to avoid oncoming traffic.

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