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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Reports: Morning of Friday, December 21, 2012

Here are your Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s reports for the morning of Dec. 21, 2012.

Sedalia Police Investigate a Stabbing

Last night (Dec. 20), Sedalia Police were contacted by the Bothwell Regional Health Center ER regarding a 38-year-old man that was brought in with a stab wound. The man said that he was walking his dog in an alley behind his house when he encountered a male subject that bumped into him as he passed by. The victim did not know he was stabbed until his girlfriend saw the injury and his clothes saturated with blood. The girlfriend took the victim to the Emergency Room for treatment.

Several Thefts Reported in Area

A woman in the 2600 Block of 38th Street reported to Pettis County Deputies that her green 1998 Dodge Pick-up truck was stolen from her driveway yesterday (Dec. 20).

Yesterday (Dec. 20), Sedalia Police went to the 1100 Block of West 3rd for a theft from a vehicle. The victim said that someone got into his vehicle overnight and took clothing.

Yesterday (Dec. 20), Sedalia Police went to the 1100 Block of West 3rd after someone broke out a driver’s side window out of a car.  A stereo unit and GPS was stolen from the car between 9 p.m. on Dec. 19 and 7 a.m. on Dec. 20.

A woman in the 200 Block of South Prospect reported to Sedalia Police that someone broke into the home and stole several items.

A man in the 3000 Block of Brooking Park reported to Pettis County Deputies that there was a tampering incident.

Two Accidents Reported in Area During Snow Storm

Yesterday (Dec. 20), Pettis County Deputies investigated a non-injury vehicle accident on Highway 65 near Mt. Hermann Road. 35-year-old Lyudmyla Hryhorchuck of Jacksonville, Florida and her two children, both minors, were uninjured when her vehicle lost control and left the roadway.

Sedalia Police went to the 400 Block of South Ohio for a hit-and-run accident. A 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix was hit by another vehicle.

Several Arrests Occur In Area

Yesterday (Dec. 20), Sedalia Police were dispatched to Walmart in reference to two subjects causing a disturbance. Two subjects were being loud and disruptive and were asked to leave the store. Management stated a short time later that two subjects reentered the store. Katelyn Cressley was arrested for trespassing.

Sedalia Police arrested Nick Noble for a failure to appear charge, bond set at $200 cash.

Sedalia Police arrested Amy Wright for burglary and stealing from Walmart.

Sedalia Police arrested Jacob Hauley for stealing.

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