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Sedalia Police Crime Reports: Afternoon of December 14, 2012

Here are your Sedalia Police crime reports for the afternoon of Dec. 14, 2012.

40-year-old Sedalia man arrested on drug related charges this (Friday) morning

At 3:19 this (Friday) morning, Sedalia police were dispatched to West Broadway at the west city limits on a traffic complaint described as a rolling disturbance. Upon arrival, a witness told officers a vehicle had been seen swerving and driving at a high rate of speed. The vehicle was located and stopped at 3rd and Engineer a short time later. A check on the occupants of the vehicle revealed one of them; 40-year-old Jerry Iman of Sedalia, had marijuana, methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia in his possession. At the time of the police report, Iman was on 24-hour hold at the Pettis County Jail pending formal charges.

Traffic stop Thursday night nets woman for driving while intoxicated

At 11:30 Thursday night, Sedalia police stopped a vehicle at 12th and Broadway for exceeding the speed limit. Upon contact with the driver, 46-year-old Christie Jackson of Sedalia, the officer reportedly smelled the odor of intoxicants on the her breath. Following a field sobriety test Jackson was arrested for driving while intoxicated and taken to the Pettis County Jail, where she was booked and released with a court date.

Sedalia man arrested Wednesday afternoon for possession of marijuana

Around 1:20 Wednesday afternoon, Sedalia police responded to the 900 block of Westwood Drive on a complaint on the odor of marijuana coming from an apartment there. Upon arrival, officers reportedly could smell the marijuana too. Upon contact with the suspect, 27-year-old Joe Anthony Duren Jr., at his apartment, he surrendered the marijuana and was arrested. Duren was booked and released at the Pettis County jail pending the filing of formal charges.

Victim says $10,000 is stolen from his unlocked vehicle at Walmart

Thursday afternoon, Sedalia police responded to the Walmart Store on a theft from a vehicle complaint. Upon contact with the victim, he told officers someone had stolen a bank bag from the seat of his unlocked vehicle in the parking lot at Walmart. The bag was said to contain $10,000 in cash and some receipts. There were no suspects at the time of the police report.

Burglary reported in the 500 block of East 2nd Thursday morning

At 8:39 Thursday morning, a victim in the 500 block of East 2nd reported his building was burglarized overnight. According to the victim, someone broke into the garage and ransacked office drawers and a vehicle. There was no information on possible suspects.

Thief steals a generator, and compressor from a job site

According to a Sedalia police report, a victim came to the police station around 3:30 Wednesday afternoon to report a generator, and air compressor were stolen from a job site in the area of Main and Osage while he was at lunch. Value of the two pieces of equipment was placed at $825. There were no suspects.

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