Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Reports: Morning of Tuesday, October 20, 2015
The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff's crime reports are from the morning of Tuesday, October 20, 2015.
Pettis County Deputies received a report that a 24-foot Gooseneck trailer was stolen from the area of Highway 50 and Highway 135, yesterday (October 19).
A woman reported to Sedalia Police someone stole her iPhone 6, valued at $250, while in the restroom at the Katy Depot on October 14.
A woman in the area of Leone Avenue and Royal Avenue reported to Sedalia Police, someone stole a 20-inch girls Kent Trouble BMX pink and green bike, valued at $80, on October 14.
A woman in the area of West 5th and South Quincy reported to Sedalia Police someone stole four Halloween yard decorations, between 10 pm on October 14 and 10 am on October 15.
Pettis County Deputies received a report of a theft in the area of South Walnut and West Norris in La Monte. The theft occurred sometime between April 1 and October 17. The investigation continues.
A man from Warsaw reported to Sedalia Police someone fraudulently used his credit card after it was lost in Sedalia. The card has been used elsewhere.
A woman in the area of South Missouri and Wilkerson Street reported to Sedalia Police someone stole Adderol prescription from her home, yesterday. There is a juvenile suspect in the case, according to Sedalia Police.
An employee of Menards reported to Sedalia Police a man stole a packaged folding knife, valued at $25.97 and left the building without paying.
A woman in the area of West 4th and South Park Avenue reported to Sedalia Police someone cut her tire, valued at $175, yesterday (October 19).
Pettis County Deputies received a report of a possible assault that occurred in the Lone Pine Trailer Park, yesterday afternoon (October 19).
Early this morning (October 20), Sedalia Police found a bicycle in the area of West 5th and South State Fair Boulevard.
Sedalia Police arrested Timbera Duffey for assault on a law officer in the 3rd Degree after a BRHC ER physician reported Duffey had struck the physician on October 17.
Pettis County Deputies arrested Danny Kamery on an active warrant.