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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Report: Monday Morning, May 28

Over the weekend, the USGS reported a 2.3 magnitude earthquake that occurred around the Clinton area on Saturday afternoon. There were no reports of damages or injuries.

On May 24th at 2:30 in the morning, the Sedalia Police Department received a call from a 32 year old female stating that a male subject attempted to sexually assault her at a location near M Highway and McVey Roads. The woman stated that she had stabbed a male subject while defending herself and had then fled the scene. Since that location is in Pettis County, the matter was investigated by the Pettis County Sheriff’s Office. A 43-year old man has been named in this matter. The Sedalia Police Department also received a call from a 43-year old man who alleged that he had been stabbed by an unknown assailant during a robbery attempt on 16th Street. This subject was treated at Bothwell Regional Health Center and life flighted to the University of Missouri Medical Center. No charges have been filed in this matter at this time and the matter is being reviewed by the Office of the Pettis County Prosecuting Attorney.

A small baggy of meth was found in a stairwell in the 600 Block of East 13th.

Friday morning, Pettis County Deputies went to the 300 Block of West 2nd Street in Houstonia in reference to a property damage report. A man said that sometime after midnight on the 24th, a vehicle drove trhough his fence and caused an undetermined amount of damage. No arrests have been made and investigation is ongoing.

A woman in the 600 Block of South Osage reported to Sedalia Police that several items had been stolen from her home between 3:30 and 6:00pm yesterday.

A 20 inch Mongoose Rebel with four riding pegs was stolen in the 500 Block of North Osage yesterday afternoon.

 Friday afternoon, Sedalia Police went to Broadway and Griffith for a serious vehicle accident. Sedalia Police made contact with all parties and arrested Michael Head for driving while intoxicated and was transferred by APSI to Bothwell Regional Health Center for treatment of injuries.

Yesterday morning at 12:06, Sedalia Police went to the 300 Block of West Broadway at Breaktime in reference to a hit and run accident. A victim said that when he went inside the store, a gold SUV, possibly a Ford Explorer, backed into his vehicle and then drove off.

Phillips 66 reported a $45.35 gas drive off yesterday.

Sedalia Police arrested Kyler Eldred for failure to appear on back fines, bond set at $250 cash.

Sedalia Police arrested Ashley Ransdell for failure to appear, bond set at $125 cash only.

Pettis County Deputies stopped 20-year old Cody Kratzer for careless and imprudent driving and operating a motor vehicle without a valid license.

Sedalia Police arrested Nathan Woolery for driving while suspended.

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