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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Reports: Morning of October 16, 2013

The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s crime reports are from the morning of Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013.

Sedalia Police Investigate a Sexual Abuse Case

Sedalia Police are investigating a reported case of a three-year-old girl that was sexually abused in the 600 Block of East 11th.

Sedalia Police Investigate a Stabbing

A man in the 600 Block of West 7th reported to Sedalia Police that an unknown male stabbed him in the leg and left the scene this morning (Oct. 16).

Pettis County Deputies Investigate An Assault on a School Bus

Monday morning (Oct. 14), the School Resource Officer, Pettis County Deputy John Cline, received a report that there was an assault on a school bus at 14th and Ohio. There are several suspects in the case,and charges of assault while on school property have been sought against multiple suspects from the Pettis County Prosecutor’s Office and the Pettis County Juvenile Office.

Monday morning (Oct. 14), Sedalia Police received a report that a dog attacked a cat and killed it. The dog was taken to the Sedalia Animal Shelter. Sedalia Police informed the owner that the dog was deemed vicious. The dog was put into a home in the county by the owner and the dog can not return inside Sedalia city limits.

Several Thefts and Property Damage Reported

A man in the 700 Block of South State Fair Boulevard reported to Sedalia Police that $2,000 worth of copper had been stolen from his home, between Oct. 5 and 15.

A man in the 1100 Block of West 2nd reported to Sedalia Police that a person known to him stole $100 in cash from his home yesterday (Oct. 15).

Pettis County Deputies received a report that someone stole a single piston engine from the 1930s, an old mule drawn wagon and a child’s metal tractor from Limestone Valley Road and Providence Road.

Faith Baptist Church at 2331 South Ingram reported to Sedalia Police that someone cut sections out of each white stripe of the American flag and hanged the flag upside down.

A man from Holt’s Summit reported to Sedalia Police that he was involved in a motor vehicle accident at U.S. 50 and State Fair Boulevard, yesterday afternoon at 2:35. A vehicle struck him from behind and then left the scene.

Several Arrests Made

Sedalia Police arrested Christopher Quick for having two municipal warrants and two Pettis County warrants, bond set at $675 cash and $1,500 cash/surety.

Sedalia Police arrested Tina Trent for driving while revoked, bond set at $533.50.

Sedalia Police arrested Kyla Potter for having a warrant out of Marshall.

Sedalia Police arrested Daniel Wallace for driving while revoked.

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