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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Reports: Tuesday Morning, May 15th

Yesterday morning, Sedalia Police went to the area of West 32nd and South Kentucky in reference to twelve tires being slashed on seven different vehicles. During the investigation, two juvenile suspects were developed and later taken into custody by juvenile authorities. The total estimated damage is at $1600.

Yesterday afternoon, Pettis County Sheriff’s Deputies responded along with the Missouri State Highway Patrol to a large physical disturbance in the Lone Pine Trailer Park in the 1300 Block of East Boonville. Five suspects were arrested and placed on 24-hour hold pending the filing of formal charges of assault and peace disturbance. 28-year old James Clark, 29 year -old Warren Clark, 22-year old Adrionne Martinez, 23-year old Terry Trester, and 25-year old Heaven Martinez were all arrested. Additional charges and arrests are possible pending further investigation.

Last night at 10:30, Sedalia Police went to the Bothwell Regional Health Center for a report of a dog bite. A man said that he got home and started to get out of his vehicle when a dog ran up and bit him on the arm. The victim did not get a good look at the dog, but said that it was a mix breed, medium size, and black.

A woman reported to Sedalia Police that her son was attacked by a dog while walking home in the 1800 Block of South Lamine and sustained injuries to his right arm and chest and had to go to the Bothwell Regional Health Center.

Pettis County Deputies took a report at the Pettis County Sheriff’s Office in reference to a stolen vehicle. A woman from Green Ridge reported that her 2001 Ford F150 Crew Cab, two wheel drive, Red pickup was purchased from them with a forged cashier’s check.A man reported to Sedalia Police that a tractor trailer unit in the 400 Block of South Marshall had some items missing. They include a twelve foot aluminum ramps, valued at $1600; one set of six foot aluminum ramps valued at $600; one 30 foot 3/8 inches chain valued at $30; one ratchet binder, valued at $30; and jack stands were stolen sometime between 7pm on May 11th and 11am on May 12th.

A woman reported to the Sedalia Police Department that her purse that had $75 and car keys were stolen while working at Dennys on Saturday evening.

A woman reported to Sedalia Police that someone stole a 24 inch purple bike with white and navy writing on it. The bike was stolen from her driveway in the 1400 Block of Broadway between 6pm on May 11th and 6 am on May 12th.

 Pettis County Deputies made contact with Rodney Adams of Sedalia on a traffic stop on Sunday afternoon. Adams was arrested for driving while revoked and possession of drug paraphernalia. Adams was placed on 24-hour hold pending the filing of formal charges by the Pettis County Prosecutor’s Office.

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