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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Reports: Morning of September 18, 2013

The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime reports are from the morning of Wednesday, Sept.18, 2013.

Several Thefts and Property Damage Reported

A man from Jefferson City reported to Sedalia Police that he was checking on his vehicle that was involved in a wreck and towed to State Fair Towing. The man found that someone stole his .380 caliber Ruger LCP from the center console between Sept. 12 and 17.

A man in the 24000 Block of Oak Grove Lane reported to Pettis County Deputies that someone stole some items from his vehicle yesterday (Sept. 17).

A man in the 2000 Block of Hunters Lane reported to Pettis County Deputies that items have been stolen from his vehicle sometime on the overnight of Sept. 16.

Yesterday (Sept. 17), Sedalia Police received a report from a woman that someone passed out information to residents of where the complainant works and that her social security number and date birth were attached to the information.

Sedalia Auto Wholesale at 3000 Clinton Road reported to Sedalia Police that someone attempted to steal the tires from a vehicle in the lot between 2 p.m. on Sept. 15 and 1 p.m. on Sept. 16.

The Pet Shop at 210 West Main reported to Sedalia Police that someone stole the cash register and money yesterday (Sept. 17), while she was assisting another customer.

An employee of the Pettis County Highway Department reported to Pettis County Deputies that someone entered a building in the 2200 Block of Main Street and damaged equipment.

Yesterday afternoon (Sept. 17), Sedalia Police were dispatched to assist an Animal Control Officer in the 900 Block of West 14th. There was a cat that was badly injured and needed to be put down.The officers went to a safe grassy, shot the cat and put the remains in the Animal Shelter freezer.

Several Arrests Made

Last night (Sept. 17), Sedalia Police went to the 1100 Block of South Grand for a trespassing report. The suspect, Asia Jackson, was in the home and would not leave after she was told to. Jackson became uncooperative and belligerent with Sedalia Police. Jackson yelled obscenities and obstructed the investigation and was arrested by Sedalia Police for trespassing and failure to obey.

Sedalia Police arrested Alexander Knipp for three Pettis County warrants, bond set at $40,086.50.

Sedalia Police arrested Jesseray Merriott for assault, bond set at $533.50.

Sedalia Police arrested Justin Nash for failure to appear out of Warrensburg, bond set at $200.

Sedalia Police arrested Rhea Boyd for failure to appear, bond set at $88.50.

Sedalia Police arrested Cody Paxton for stealing $42.95 in items from Walmart.

Sedalia Police arrested Timothy Edwards for domestic assault in the 2nd.

Sedalia Police arrested Angela Howard for driving while suspended.

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