Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Reports: Morning of September 23, 2013
The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Reports are from the morning of Monday, Sept. 23, 2013.
Sedalia Police TASER Suspect
Yesterday morning (Sept. 22), Sedalia Police saw someone riding a bike without a light at 6th and Lamine at 2:19 a.m. Sedalia Police saw the person go into an alleyway and hide under a vehicle. Sedalia Police attempted to arrest the suspect and he began to run. Sedalia Police tased Bradley Rabourn and he was arrested. Rabourn was charged with a parole violation with no bond; Pettis County warrant for resisting arrest and driving while revoked; and Resisting arrest, with bond set at $3,500.
Several Thefts and Property Damage Reported
Employees at McCarthy Auto Group reported to Sedalia Police that several items were stolen from the business during their renovation between Sept. 9 and 20.
Employees at Casey’s, at 1601 East Broadway reported to Sedalia Police that someone stole a 12-pack of Bud Light valued at $10.99 yesterday morning.
Pettis County Deputies received a report of littering at the Rod & Club Club. Pettis County Deputies found a couple of large truck tires, small kiddies pool, part of a television, parts of furniture, automotive parts and assorted other trash on Rod & Gun Club Road and Spring Fork Road. There was also a five-gallon bucket of rock salt. The suspect or suspects left behind papers identifying who they were, but Pettis County Deputies have been unable to locate the suspect in question.
A woman in the 400 Block of North Engineer reported to Sedalia Police that someone broke into the home and damaged a door on Sept. 20 between 2:55 and 4:30 p.m.
Pettis County Deputies received a report that someone stole items from the 1800 Block of Honda Road on Sept. 19 or 20.
Pettis County Deputies were dispatched to the 4200 Block of West Main Street in reference to someone shutting the power off to a residence.
Pettis County Deputies Investigate Animal Theft and Abuse
Yesterday (Sept. 22), Pettis County Deputies took a report of animal abuse in the area of Randall Road and Gentry Road.
A woman in the 29000 Block of Grand Avenue reported to Pettis County Deputies that someone took her 10-year-old black and white female Shitzu.
Several Disturbances and Assaults Investigated Over Weekend
Pettis County Deputies and the Missouri State Highway Patrol responded to a large disturbance in progress at Dukes & Boots at 11:30 Friday night (Sept 20). No one was arrested as of the time of the report.
A woman reported to Sedalia Police that she was assaulted in the 500 Block of North Osage on Sept. 21.
Pettis County Deputies responded to a domestic disturbance in the 27000 Block of Worth Road on Saturday (Sept. 21). The investigation continues.
A woman reported to Sedalia Police that she has been receiving harassing texts via cell phone.
Several Arrests Made
Sedalia Police arrested Judith Romero and Robin Phillips for failure to appear, bond set at $200 cash.
Sedalia Police arrested Eric Barnes, Trista Kendrick, Brenda Skaggs and David Smith for failure to appear, bond set at $88.50.
Sedalia Police arrested Fidel Carlos-Waldo for no operator’s license and identity theft.
The Smith-Cotton High School notified the School Resource Officer that a former student was on the premises of the Smith-Cotton High School in violation of a no trespass warning that had previously been issued against him. Contact was made with this unnamed suspect in the school parking lot and a summons was issued for trespassing in the 1st degree. The suspect was then released on his own custody.
Sedalia Police Take Custody of Missing Items
Sedalia Police took possession of a large knife that was found in the roadway at 16th and Quincy.
A purse was found in a public restroom in the lower level of the Sedalia City Hall and was turned into Sedalia Police.