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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Reports: Morning of Monday, February 25, 2013

The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Reports are from the morning of Monday, Feb. 25, 2013.

Sedalia Police Investigate A Firearms Injury

Yesterday afternoon (Feb. 24), Sedalia Police went to the 4200 Block of West Main to assist Pettis County Deputies with a subject that was reported to be shot. A male juvenile was found to have what appeared to be two gunshot wounds to his right arm and lower abdomen. APSI arrived on scene and he was later flown to University of Missouri Medical Facility. No further information was made at press time.

Sedalia Police Investigate An Assault

Sedalia Police received a report of an assault in the 1000 Block of South Vermont that happened between 7 and 8 a.m. yesterday (Feb. 24). Both parties involved in the assault gave conflicting stories to the Sedalia Police and no arrests were made.

Several Thefts Reported In Pettis County

A woman in the 400 Block of East 17th reported to Sedalia Police that she was contacted by telephone in regards to having an outstanding bill with a credit card company. Arrangements were made via phone for the victim to start paying on the bill. The victim later discovered that this was a scam and had paid $200 to the false credit card bill since Dec. 17, 2012.

A man reported to Pettis County Deputies that someone had broken into his storage building between Feb. 10 and Feb. 20, located on East Highway 50.

A man in the 800 Block of East 13th reported to Sedalia Police that someone broke his passenger side window to his 2007 Ford F-250 while it was parked in front of his home on Feb. 24.

Saturday evening (Feb. 23), two victims reported to Sedalia Police that a wallet and purse were stolen from their car while at Dollar General at 2003 South Limit.

A woman from Cole Camp reported to Pettis County Deputies that her vehicle had been broken into and several items were stolen out of it, while it sat alongside Highway 65 near Highway V.

An employee at Trans-Central Suppliers reported to Pettis County Deputies that someone had stolen fuel from a vehilce parked on the property between 9 p.m. on Feb. 20 and 8 a.m. on Feb. 21.

Sedalia Police Make Several Arrests

Sedalia Police arrested David Montgomery for having three Pettis County failure to appear charges, bond set at $750 cash/surety.

Sedalia Police arrested Jaren Town for driving while suspended, bond set at $533.50 cash/surety.

Sedalia Police arrested Anthony Douglas for driving while suspended.

Pettis County Deputies arrested Elwood Elliott on an outstanding warrant.

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