Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Reports: Morning of Tuesday, May 12, 2015
The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s crime reports are from the morning of Tuesday, May 12, 2015.
Sedalia Police is investigating a reported sexual assault that involved two suspects on May 7.
Sedalia Police received a report that someone was driving up and down in the area of Buckner Court, talking to young girls and the suspect attempted to lure one of the girls to his home.
Sedalia Police went to the Kmart parking lot for a report of a disturbance with a baseball bat.
A man in the 10000 Block of Crystal Springs Road in Knob Noster reported to Pettis County Deputies that someone stole his 2003 Chevy Tahoe from his home, between May 4 and 10.
A man in the area of Babcock and East 14th reported to Sedalia Police that someone stole change and an iPod from two of his cars. Another man in the same area also reported that someone stole change from his vehicle.
A man with The Gathering Church, at 2700 East 12th, reported to Sedalia Police that someone stole church funds.
A woman reported to Sedalia Police that someone used both her credit card number and credit card to make unauthorized purchases and services on May 6.
A man from Sedalia reported to Sedalia Police that someone fraudulently used his debit card in Chicago.
A man near East 7th and South Porter reported to Sedalia Police that someone stole his license plates, yesterday (May 11).
A man in the area of West 7th and South Kentucky reported to Sedalia Police that someone put sugar in his gas tank.
A woman at East 11th and Engineer reported to Sedalia Police that two dogs were hit by a vehicle on May 8. The woman reported to Sedalia Police that she saw a gold SUV come northbound on Engineer and speed up when the dogs ran into the roadway. The owner took the dogs to the vet.
Yesterday morning (May 11), Sedalia Police and Animal Control were called to the area of East 3rd and South Center Avenue after a dog was hit by a train. The dog suffered a head injury and had seizures. The Animal Control Officer asked Sedalia Police to the put the dog down and they did.
Pettis County Deputies took a report of a small dog that was abandoned in the 1300 Block of East Boonville Road, last night (May 11).