Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Reports: Morning of January 9, 2013
The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Reports are from the morning of Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013.
Sedalia Police Find Child In Street
Yesterday (Jan. 8), Sedalia Police went to the area of West 7th and South Missouri for a report of a 1-year-old child running down the street unsupervised. Sedalia Police found the child, who was too young to speak, and found neighbors who knew the parent of the child. The Pettis County Juvenile Office and Children’s Division were contacted and responded to the scene. The child was returned to the mother.
Several Thefts Reported
A man reported to Sedalia Police that he had parked a two-wheel pull-behind trailer with yellow wheel rims, valued at $800, along with a Troy Built Industrial walk behind mower, valued at $1,800, in the 100 Block of East 2nd. Those two items were stolen between Jan. 2 and Jan. 8.
A man reported to Sedalia Police that someone took a .36 Caliber muzzle loader from his 1997 Ford ½ Ton Truck between Dec. 31 and Jan. 8 while it was parked at Baker’s Car Corral for repairs.
A man from Cole Camp reported to Pettis County Deputies that a tool box and 100 gallons of diesel fuel was stolen from his tractors that were parked in a field off South Grand in Sedalia betwee Jan. 4 and Jan. 6.
A woman in the 300 Block of West 16th reported that someone stole some items out of her vehicle on Jan. 7, between 6-9 p.m.
A man reported to Sedalia Police that someone slashed the passenger side tires of his vehicle in the 3rd National Bank parking lot in the 100 Block of South Ohio.
Two Cases of Harassment Being Investigated
Yesterday (Jan. 8), the Sedalia Police went to the area of 14th and Park to investigate a report of suspicious activity. A complainant stated that a man frightened her boyfriend’s daughter by driving by her bus stop several times and then stopped and got out of his car.
Pettis County Deputies received a report that a 15-year-old girl was being harassed by someone known to her.
A man from Clinton reported to Sedalia Police that he lost his driver’s license and wanted to report it to protect him from identity theft.
Two Arrests Made
Sedalia Police arrested Debra Weir for burglary in the 1st for illegally entering Walmart and stealing merchandise.
Sedalia Police arrested Sharyl Adams for driving while suspended.