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Sedalia Police Crime Reports: Afternoon of August 29, 2012

Here are your Sedalia Police crime reports for the afternoon of August 29, 2012.

AG CO-OP  on Clinton Road targeted by fuel thieves

Around 7:30 Tuesday morning Sedalia police were dispatched to AG CO-OP at 2420 Clinton Road in reference to a theft complaint. Upon arrival the complainant told the officers, that sometime overnight someone stole approximately 545 gallons of fuel from the business.  The complainant said that 225 gallons of the missing fuel was diesel and the remainder was gasoline. In a connected story, around 2:20 Tuesday morning, Sedalia police attempted to stop a truck for equipment malfunction at 16th and Mildred. The driver abandoned the vehicle and escaped capture. The truck was found to belong to a business in Osage Beach, and had been reported stolen. The truck was carrying white tanks with a large amount of diesel in them, which the owner of the truck said did not belong to them. At the time of the reports neither a suspect nor the gasoline had been located.

 

Two Sedalia men arrested for walking in the street when a sidewalk was available

At 10:39 Tuesday night, Sedalia police arrested 23-year-old Austin Carlock and 19-year-old Jonathan Campbell of Sedalia for walking in the street when a sidewalk was available.  Both men were taken to the Pettis County Jail pending bonds of $107 each.

 

Two Sedalia people arrested for failure to appear Tuesday

On Tuesday Sedalia police arrested 19-year-old Jordan Webb and 36-year-old Erika Gomez of Sedalia for municipal failure to appear warrants. At the time of the police reports both suspects were being held pending cash only bonds of $88.50 each.

 

Debit card theft reported by a Sedalia woman

At 9:14 Tuesday morning, a victim in the 900 block of Arlington reported her debit card had been used without her permission. According to the victim $500 worth of merchandise was purchased using the information on the card. There were no suspects at news time.

 

Woman’s credit card used to make fraudulent purchases in California

At 11:12 Monday morning, Sedalia police took a report of credit card theft from a woman in the 400 block of East 19th. The victim told officers someone in the state of California had used her credit card to purchase $76.80 in merchandise from a retail store. There was no other information in the police report.

 

Skillsaw stolen from a basement on East 17th

Tuesday afternoon a victim in the 1700 block of East 17th reported a skillsaw was stolen from his basement sometime overnight when a thief entered the basement through an open window. There were no suspects.

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