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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Report: Morning of June 27, 2012

Yesterday afternoon, Sedalia Police went to the 500 Block of East 24th as a man reported he saw a six-foot tall, bald man leaving his backyard with tree clippers. He saw the man get into a red four-door car with silver flame decals and leave. The trees in the backyard had been cut and thrown around in the yard.

A man in the 500 Block of East 4th reported his front door window had been busted out the residence had been entered yesterday afternoon.

A woman in the 3400 Block of West 32nd reported to Sedalia Police that someone damaged the garage door with what appears to be small silver ball bearings.

Pettis County Deputies received a report that someone damaged his property on June 20 on McCormick Road.

A woman in the 1500 Block of East 6th reported to Sedalia Police that between 3:30 p.m. Monday and 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, someone entered an unlocked door and removed a State Fair Community College logo denim shirt and the car was ransacked.

A woman reported to Sedalia Police that her front license plate may have been stolen sometime since March.

Breaktime at 318 West Broadway reported to Sedalia Police there were two gas drive offs; one was for $83; and the other was for $40.

Yesterday afternoon, Sedalia Police went to the 900 Block of East 10th in regards to picking up a pit bull. The dog bit three subjects in the house. The dog was placed on a ten day quarantine to be observed for rabies, since the owner of the dog is unknown.

A woman reported to Sedalia Police that she was in an accident Tuesday afternoon at 2:25. The accident happened between the WalMart entrance and Panera Bread entrance. Both drivers talked to each other, but did not exchange information. The unknown driver got into their vehicle and left the scene, without reported it to Sedalia Police.

Pettis County Deputies were dispatched to a report of a physical domestic disturbance on Hidden Hills Drive. After an investigation, Jacob Zimmerman of Sedalia was arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail where he was placed on a 24-hour hold pending the filing of formal charges of third degree domestic assault and possession of less than 35 grams of marijuana.

Sedalia Police arrested Richard Batzel for failing to appear, bond set at $200 cash.

Sedalia Police arrested Amy Wright for a municipal warrant, bond set at $150 cash and resisting arrest.

Pettis County Deputies arrested Henry Hicks of Gardner, Kansas, for a Pettis County failure to appear warrant and a failure to register as a sex offender warrant out of Johnson County, Kansas. Hicks is being held on a 24-hour hold pending the filing of fugitive from justice charges on the out of state warrant.

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