The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff's Crime Reports are from the morning of Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013.

Several Thefts Investigated

A woman in the 1200 Block of South Lamine reported to Sedalia Police that she hired a contractor to do $630 in work. The woman was not satisfied with the work that was done and the contractor agreed to fix it. The contract took $600 for another contract and did not do the job at all, moved and can't be found. The suspect is also suspected of stealing tools from the work site.

Pettis County Deputies are investigating a possible case of identity theft that was reported yesterday (Sept. 16).

An employee of Carpet Plus at 5015 South Limit reported to Pettis County Deputies that there was a burglary that occurred over the weekend.

Yesterday (Sept. 16), Sedalia Police stopped a woman driving a vehicle without license plates. The woman did not notice that the plates were missing and reported them stolen to Sedalia Police.

Officials Investigate Property Damage Reports

A man in the 20000 Block of Tanglenook Road reported to Pettis County Deputies that someone cut the lock off his shed on Sept. 14.

Pettis County Deputies received a report that a truck with trailer struck Scoops Ice Cream Parlor and knocked the roof partially off and left the area yesterday morning (Sept. 16). The owner of the truck later returned to settle up for the damages. No arrests were made.

Pettis County Deputies received a report that the Georgetown City Limit road signs were damaged or stolen on Sept. 15 or 16.

Pettis County Deputies responded to State Highway 135 near the Katy Trail in Smithton for a vehicle accident that involved a cow this morning (Sept. 17).

Sedalia Police Make Three Arrests

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

Sedalia Police arrested Bradley Adams for a Cooper County warrant for failure to appear, bond set at $144 cash only.

Sedalia Police arrested Terry Johnson for driving while suspended.