Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Office Reports for February 7, 2017
On February 6 at 11:27 a.m., deputies with the Pettis County Sheriff's Office were dispatched to Highway AA and Thomas Rd. in reference to a trespassing complaint. Deputies made contact with two men who identified themselves as Brian C. Gilbert and Jeramy Beele. Dispatch confirmed that both men had several outstanding warrants, and both were arrested and taken to the Pettis County Jail.
A 27-year-old Buffalo, Missouri resident was arrested February 6 at Smith-Cotton High School. According to the Pettis County Sheriff's Office, the school resource officer at Smith-Cotton made contact with the suspect on the south end of the high school parking lot. The suspect fled and was captured a short distance later, near Jennie Jaynes Stadium. Authorities identified the suspect as Gannen E. Garoutte, who was taken into custody on two outstanding felony warrants, and was also placed on a 24-hour hold for additional charges of resisting arrest. Garoutte was taken to the Pettis County Jail.
On February 6 at 10:49 a.m., a Sedalia officer was dispatched to 28200 Water Works Rd. for a report of property damage. It was reported to the officer that sometime on Saturday, February 4, someone shot a bullet through a window on the property, which is owned by the City of Sedalia. There was damage inside the room that was believed to be from a stray bullet. Photos were taken of the scene and the bullet was found and collected as evidence. The estimated value of the damage was $500. There are no suspects at this time.
A 36-year-old Sedalia man was arrested on February 6 in the 1000 block of E. 11th St. after a woman called police to report that the man was standing on the roof of her detached garage and damaging it. The suspect fled on foot after police arrived, and was apprehended after a short pursuit. Fredrick Thomas Curry was arrested and taken to the Pettis County Jail, where he was placed on a 24-hour hold pending state charges of property damage, trespassing and resisting arrest.
Sedalia Police were called to Sutherlands at 5:52 p..m. on February 6 to investigate a theft. It was reported that a man came into the store, put a hand-held rotary saw in his pants, and left the store without paying. Police have no suspects at this time.
Sedalia Police responded to the 1700 block of S. Lamine Ave. on February 5 to take a report of a missing person. Ana M. Morales told police that her husband, Carlos Morales Pasquel, went to a department store on February 4 at approximately 11 a.m. and had not returned. No contact has been made with the missing man since he left for the store. Carlos Morales Pasquel was driving a black Ford F-150 with a red camper on it.