Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Reports: Morning of Thursday, January 29, 2015
The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff's Crime Reports are from the morning of Thursday, January 29, 2015.
A man reported to Sedalia Police yesterday (Jan. 28), that he gave someone he knew a ride. The man stopped at Bank 21 and went inside. When he came back, the passenger was gone and his cell phone, valued at $700, was stolen.
A man reported to Sedalia Police that someone he knows stole $400 worth of DVDs and a DVD player.
A woman went to Bothwell Regional Health Center ER after she tried to relight the pilot light on her hot water heater. The victim reported to Sedalia Police that flames burst out from the water heater, while she was trying to relight it on Jan. 25.
Sedalia Police responded to a dog bite report from a victim that went to Bothwell Regional Health Center's ER after the incident. The man said he was bit on the left hand twice by a friend's dog and had minor injuries to the hand. No charges are being brought up at this time.
Sedalia Police investigated a report of harassment that happened in the 600 Block of South Ohio.
The Pettis County Sheriff's Office recovered two Bosch hammerdrills with cases and bits along with a Stihl TS 800 concrete saw in the 100 Block of East 5th Street.
Sedalia Police arrested Paula Benz for a felony no bond warrant.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol arrested 41-year-old Rex Peck, from Blue Springs, in Lafayette County last night (Jan. 28) for having a felony warrant out of Lafayette County.