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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Report: Morning of June 4, 2012

In the last week, there have been numerous reports of broken windows to vehicles, homes, and businesses and there were a few more reports over the weekend that are related. A man in the 2400 Block of Dennis Avenue reported that between 8 a.m. May 31 and 8 a.m. June 2, his vehicle was damaged by what appeared to be one bb round shot into the tailgate of his vehicle, causing $1,000 in damage. A man in the 1300 Block of East 9th reported to Sedalia Police that his car’s window was shot out by a marble between Noon on May 31st and 9 p.m. June 1. A man in the 1600 Block of West 13th reported that some damage was done to the window of his home between 5 p.m. On May 31 and 7:10 p.m on June 2.

There were several vehicles damaged behind Factory Connection according to Sedalia Police over the weekend. A man reported that his vehicle was scratched along the rear passenger side bed while it was parked on June 1 between 7 and 9 p.m. A woman also reported her car was keyed in the same area.

Morton’s Mini-Mart at 2600 East Broadway reported to Sedalia Police that on May 28 a bank deposit of $816.38 was missing. Crystal Thomas admitted to taking the deposit and was arrested for felony stealing.

Brandon Paxton, an inmate in the Pettis County Jail was found to be in possession of items that are prohibited in a county jail on June 1.  On that same day, Pettis County Deputies found someone damaged jail property in an inmates cell. A suspect has been identified and the investigation continues.

A woman reported to Sedalia Police that someone caused substantial damage to the inside of her rental home she owns. The damage consisted of paint on the floors and walls, toilets and other objects broken with a ball bat, and faucets that were left running causing a flood.

Pettis County Deputies are investigating the theft of some scrap metal from a burned mobile home in the 11000 Block of Wanamaker Road that happened sometime since May 19.

A man reported three old air conditioner units were stolen from his backyard in the 1700 Block of East 7th between 5 p.m. on June 1 and 8:45 a.m. On June 2.

A man in the 1500 Block of East 14th reported to Sedalia Police that tools were stolen from the home between 6 p.m. on June 2 and 9 a.m. on June 3.

A woman in the 1700 Block of South Engineer reported to Sedalia Police that there was a hit and run accident between Tuesday morning at 8 and Saturday morning.  Someone sideswiped her vehicle while it was parked at work or several possible parking lots.

Sedalia Police arrested Crystal Millard for a warrant, bond set at $88.50 cash only.

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