The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff's reports are from the morning of Wednesday, July 10, 2013.

Sedalia Police Pursue Truck Through Sedalia

On Monday evening, Sedalia Police attempted a traffic stop on a maroon Chevy pickup in the area of 16th and Quincy. The vehicle stopped for a brief moment and traveled on 16th Street at a high rate of speed and a short pursuit ensued. The pursuit was terminated as it went south of Limit. Sedalia Police later found the truck parked in the Orscheln Parking lot unoccupied. The vehicle was towed.

Several Thefts Reported

A woman in the 2400 Block of West Main reported to Sedalia Police that a necklace and matching set of earrings was stolen from her home, along with prescription pills and an air conditioner unit sometime since May 31, 2012.

A woman in the 1100 Block of East 19th reported to Sedalia Police that someone stole CDs and game discs from her home on either July 8 or 9.

A woman in the 3400 Block of West Broadway reported to Sedalia Police that someone broke into her vehicle while it was parked and a cell phone was stolen from the vehicle on July 8 between 5:10 and 6 p.m.

A woman in the 400 Block of North Engineer reported to Sedalia Police that someone stole her prescription medications between 3:15 p.m. on July 8 and 3:30 p.m. on July 9.

A man in the 1400 Block of South Stewart reported to Sedalia Police that he came home and startled a burglar, who fled out the back door. Witnesses told Sedalia Police that there were two accomplices involved.

Someone broke into the Centennial Park Pool and stole a small amount of candy and snack items this morning (July 10), between 12:30 and 2:28 a.m.

Several Arrests Made

Sedalia Police arrested Zachary Palmer and Brittany Baker for stealing from Walmart.

Pettis County Deputies arrested Anastacio Chavez-Ramirez for an outstanding warrant.

Pettis County Deputies arrested Ramerio Main of Sedalia at the probation and parole office on an outstanding Henry County warrant.

Pettis County Deputies arrested Stephen Wilson at the probation and parole office for an outstanding Pettis County warrant.