The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff's crime reports are from the morning of Thursday, October 29, 2015.

Pettis County Deputies received a report of a stolen vehicle, yesterday morning (October 28). The vehicle was stolen in the area of South Park Avenue and Vila Drive.

A woman in the area of West 7th and South Ohio reported to Sedalia Police someone threw a chunk of asphalt through the rear window of the car, causing $275 in damages.
Pettis County Deputies investigated a report of fraud, involving a credit device, in the area of East 19th and South Ingram.

Pettis County Deputies received a report of property damage that occurred in the area of East 36th and South Ingram on Tuesday (October 27).

The Sedalia School Resource Officer at the Smith-Cotton High School received a report from a school administrator that a registered sex offender has been coming to the high school without the proper permissions, in violation of state law. The suspect has been identified and charges are being sought from the Pettis County Prosecutor's Office.

The Sedalia School Resource Officer at the Smith-Cotton High School reported a bag of marijuana was found in a locker by a school administrator on Tuesday (October 27).

The bag of marijuana was turned over to the School Resource Officer. There is a suspect in the case and charges are pending from the Pettis County Prosecutor's Office.

Pettis County Deputies investigated a reported harassment case in the area of South Washington and Carlene Drive, yesterday afternoon (October 28).

Sedalia Police arrested Demonte Allen for two counts of Failure to appear-misdemeanor and warrants, bond set at $6,000.

Pettis County Deputies arrested Rebecca Williams on a warrant from the Jefferson City Police Department, bond set at $2,500.

Sedalia Police arrested Michael Flegler for a Moniteau County warrant, bond set at $131.50 cash.

Sedalia Police arrested 36-year-old Nolan Smith for burglary in the 1st degree, assault in the 2nd degree, eleven counts of domestic assault in the 3rd degree and property damage in the 2nd degree.