The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff's crime reports are from the morning of Wednesday, March 25, 2015.

Sedalia Police investigated an assault that happened last night (March 24) in the area of North Quincy and West Pettis. Sedalia Police found a large group of people yelling and screaming at each other. Several subjects left the area, when police arrived. Sedalia Police found a woman with obvious minor injuries and she claimed that several women assaulted her. The same woman was involved in a disturbance, involving a knife with a man earlier in the day. Due to varying levels of cooperation, Sedalia Police did not make any arrests, but the investigation still continues.

Pettis County Deputies received a report of an assault in the area of Elm Hills and South Park, between two juveniles on March 20.

Sedalia Police went to the 2500 Block of North Woodlawn Drive in reference to a theft. A man reported to Sedalia Police, on Wednesday, that his former room mate stole his tv from his home, valued at $560.

Pettis County Deputies received a report of a theft that occurred in the area of Smelser Road and Callis Road on March 22 or 23.
A man reported to Pettis County Deputies that two license plates were either lost or stolen from Dresden Motors, at 22639 Depot Road, between November 1, 2014 and March 23, 2015.

Two people reported to Pettis County Deputies that several items were stolen from several vehicles, while they were parked in the 23000 Block of Highway 127 on March 22 or 23.

An employee of Walmart reported to Sedalia Police that there was a case of fraud. Through an elaborate scheme revolving around a cash register needing repair and a fake call center, Walmart was defrauded $801.20.

The owner of Dairy Queen, at 1811 South Limit, reported to Sedalia Police that someone stole a Troy Built gas powered pressure washer, valued at $650, from the business, between March 20 and 23.

A man in an apartment, in the area of West 3rd and Grand, reported to Sedalia Police that someone broke in on Monday (March 23) and stole a 40-inch LGTV, gold necklaces and charms, Playstation 4/XBox video games and two rolls of quarters, altogether valued at $1,000.

A woman near South Massachusetts and East 11th reported to Sedalia Police that someone stole a debit card from the home and withrew a large amount of money from her account.

Sedalia Police arrested Ashely Brandenburg for failure to appear-misdemeanor, bond set at $300 cash.
Pettis County Deputies arrested Barton Gibson, of Sedalia, on an active Boone County warrant and no seat belt, bond set at $293.50 cash only.
Sedalia Police arrested Chad Melton for failure to appear-misdemeanor, bond set at $293.