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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Reports: Morning of April 8, 2013

The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Reports are from the morning of Monday, April 8, 2013.

Sedalia Police Respond To Shots Fired

Sedalia Police went to the 1100 Block of South Ohio after there was a report of shots fired. Sedalia Police found several shots were fired at the residence on April 5 around midnight.

Sedalia Police Investigate Two Assaults

Saturday morning (April 6), a shoplifter assaulted the Asset Protection Associate at Walmart and fled from the store. The suspect ran west bound from the store and crawled into a metal drain pipe, where Sedalia Police found him. Jason Chandler was arrested and charged with robbery in the 2nd degree and assault in the 3rd degree.

Sedalia Police received a report that a victim was assaulted while in line at Menards. Kyle Shannon of Centerview was arrested for assault.

Saturday evening (April 6), Sedalia Police received a 911 call that a 32-year-old man had cut his wrist and took several pills in the 1100 Block of East Broadway. The victim was transported to Bothwell Regional Health Center for treatment and there have been no further updates on his condition.

A three-year-old boy was bitten by a dog in the 1800 Block of East 9th. Sedalia Police located the dog and the dog owner. The dog was taken to the shelter for quarantine.

Several Thefts Reported In Area

A man reported to Sedalia Police that somebody stole $200 in windows, $150 in electrical wire and $40 worth of gas pipes in the 400 Block of South New York between Mar. 15 and April 6. The same man also reported that someone broke into his home in the 500 Block of West 6th and stole $275 in clothes, $350 in Playstation games, and $275 in jewelry between Feb. 15 and Mar. 15.

A man reported to Sedalia Police that somebody stole hydrocodone pills from his car at either Walmart or Casey’s on Main between 3:30 and 5:15 p.m. on April 6.

A man in the 2300 Block of East Broadway reported to Pettis County Deputies that somebody stole or he lost his license plate on April 6 or 7.

A woman in the 1200 Block of West 16th reported to Sedalia Police that somebody used her debit card for internet purchases without her authorization.

Several Arrests Made

Sedalia Police arrested Jerid Booze for failure to appear for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia from the Marshall Police Department, bond was set at $451 cash.

Sedalia Police arrested Cornell State for failure to appear for no seat belt, bond set at $10.

Sedalia Police arrested Todd Harvey for driving while revoked.

Pettis County Deputies arrested Carla Hayworth for having Pettis County warrants.

Pettis County Deputies arrested Insley Darris Corri Evans for driving without a license.

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