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Sedalia Police Crime Report: Afternoon of June 1, 2012

Here is your Sedalia Police Crime Report for the afternoon of June 1, 2012.

More windows broken out in Sedalia

The last week has seen a marked increase in property damage reports at the Sedalia police department, consisting mainly of broken windows in vehicles, homes and businesses. The following is a list of the latest vehicle reports with broken windows. A GMC Yukon in the 2500 block of Wing Ave, a 2004 Toyota in the 1000 block of Merriam Ave., a Pontiac Grand Am in the 500 block of East 15th, a 2003 Ford Explorer in the 1400 block of South Engineer, a victim in the 1900 block of East 12th reported two trucks in front of his home also had windows broken out. In addition to the vehicles a homeowner in the 1100 block of South Grand reported the front window of the residence was broken out by a green marble. Local businesses did not escape the vandals spree either. The Coca Cola Company at 813 West 16th reported the glass in the front door of the business suffered $750 in damage by what appeared to be a BB, while Hyla Incorporated at 1716 West 9th reported their front window was damaged by a small pellet or ball bearing. There was no information on possible suspects at the time of those reports.


Thieves make off with $3000 in tools from a company garage on West Main

At 7:o’clock Thursday morning, Sedalia police investigated a theft complaint in the 2300 block of West Main. According to the victim someone stole tools, and some rod and reels  from a company garage valued at around $3000. The thieves also damaged the garage door in the process. There were no suspects at news time.


Burglary reported in the 400 block of East 14th Wednesday

On Wednesday, a victim in the 400 block of East 14th filed a burglary complaint with the Sedalia Police Department. The victim told officers someone broke into her home and stole three cell phones, a watch, a cordless mouse, some DVDs and the title to a 1996 Chevy. No suspect information was available at newstime.


Sedalia police investigate a harassment complaint Thursday night

Just after 11 o’clock Thursday night, Sedalia police were dispatched to a residence in the 800 block of East 19th on a harassment complaint. Upon contact with the suspect, identified as 51-year-old Richard Thomas of the residence, he was found to have a failure to appear warrant for harassing communication out of Boone County. At the time of the report Thomas was in the Pettis County Jail pending $1000 bond.


Traffic stop nets man with a warrant for failure to appear

At 11:40 Thursday night Sedalia police stopped a vehicle at 18th and Grand for a traffic infraction, a subsequent check of the occupants revealed a passenger, 21-year-old Derek Jackson of Sedalia, had a failure to appear warrant out of Pettis County. He was arrested, and taken to the Pettis County jail pending a $500 bond.


Thieves target a home on East 15th Thursday

Just before 7 o’clock Thursday night Sedalia police took a theft complaint from a victim in the 2300 block of East 15th. According to the victim sometime during the day on Thursday someone entered her home, and stole $300. There was no information on a possible suspect in the police report.

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