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Sedalia Police Crime Reports: Afternoon of July 15, 2013

The following Sedalia Police crime reports are from the afternoon of July 15, 2013.

Sedalia man turns himself in on a warrant

At 7:32 Sunday morning, Sedalia police arrested 55-year-old Larry Loucks of Sedalia, who had turned himself in on an active Jefferson City warrant. At the time of the police report, Loucks was being held without bond in the Pettis County on the no-bond probation and parole violation warrant.

Sedalia man arrested early this morning on a felony warrant

Just after 1:30 this morning, Sedalia police observed three subjects walking in the middle of the street in the 700 block of West 16th. Upon contact with the subjects, officers found one of them, identified as 17-year-old Michael Martin, had a felony warrant out of Pettis County for four traffic related charges. Martin was arrested and taken to the Pettis County Jail pending a $5000 bond.

Osceola woman arrested on a Benton County Warrant

Saturday afternoon, Sedalia police arrested 27-year-old Sandra Glaum of Osceola at the Benton County line on a municipal failure to appear warrant. Bond was set at $86.50 cash only.

Vehicle stolen from a Sedalia Car Lot during the weekend

At 11:42 Saturday morning, Sedalia police responded to Sedalia Auto Sales at 2101 South Limit on a stolen vehicle. Upon arrival, the complainant told officers sometime overnight someone stole a Green 2001 Mustang. At the time of the theft, it had a Dealer License plate, number # DJ8A3A. The vehicle had Fairy stickers on some of the windows according to the complainant. There was no information on a suspect.

Sedalia man loses a $2000 TV to thieves Thursday or Friday

On Saturday afternoon, a male victim in the 300 block of East Morgan reported the theft of his 65” Television while he was away from his home. The victim was gone Thursday and Friday, and when he returned to the home, the television was gone. A short time later, officers were called back to the home on an assault complaint. According to the victim, he confronted a subject he thought might have been involved in the theft of his TV and the man punched him, causing a 1” cut over his eye. The suspect had not been contacted at the time of the police report.

Thieves steal medication and a GPS from an east side woman’s home

At 8:00 Friday morning, a female victim in the 1500 block of East 7th reported a GPS and her medication, which included Morphine and Oxycodone, were stolen from her house. The value of the GPS was set at $60. There was no information on a possible suspect at news time.

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