Last night, KOMU reported that the Marshall WalMart closed as a result of a possible I.E.D. The Whiteman Air Force Base Bomb Squad was called out and around 10 p.m., an official with the Marshall Police Department said Marshall's Wal-Mart was reopened following the bomb scare on Wednesday. Sergeant Roger Gibson said the Explosive Ordinance Disposal Team from Whiteman Airforce base thought the cylindrical object wasn't an I.E.D., contrary to initial worries. The object was handed over to the Marshall Police Department. Gibson said the device looked so much like a bomb that the crew from the air force base asked to have the object back after the investigation to help train future crews on what an I.E.D. could look like.

A woman reported to the Pettis County Sheriff's Office that four lambs were either stolen or missing from the 18000 Block of McCurdy Road.

A man reported to Pettis County Deputies that he was assaulted by a subject known to him, just north of the airport near Randall Road.

A man reported Sedalia Police that someone stole his vehicle license plates between June 13 and 20 from the 100 Block of South Prospect or from the post office in Knob Noster.

A woman in the 1400 Block of West 11th reported to Sedalia Police that plates were missing from her 1996 Chevy Blazer.

Sedalia Police arrested Joseph Booyer for failure to appear, bond set at $100 cash