The following Sedalia Police crime reports are from the afternoon of Mar. 8, 2013.

Sedalia man arrested on a parole revocation warrant early this (Friday) morning

At 12:30 this (Friday) morning, the Sedalia Police responded to a residence in the 300 block of North Engineer on a warrant check. Upon contact with the suspect, 27-year-old Bruce Gullett of the residence, the warrant was confirmed. At the time of the police report, Gullett was in the Pettis County Jail pending a $3500 bond on a probation revocation warrant.

Kansas City Kansas man arrested Thursday evening on a fugitive from justice warrant

Around 6:45 Thursday evening, Sedalia police were dispatched to 3415 East Broadway on a disturbance. Upon arrival, officers made contact with a suspect identified as 58-year-old David Dugan of Kansas City, Kansas. A check through dispatch revealed Dugan had a warrant for probation violation out of Johnson County, Kansas. He was arrested and taken to the Pettis County Jail, where he was placed on 24-hour hold pending the filing of a fugitive from justice charge.

Traffic stop results in arrest on multiple charges for a Sedalia man

At 2:18 Thursday morning, Sedalia police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle at 6th and Montgomery for expired license plates. The police report also states that the vehicle was towing a trailer with defective tail lights and no registration. During an investigation, the driver attempted to give the officer a false identification. A subsequent search revealed the driver, identified as 52-year-old Jimmy Torres of Sedalia, was also in possession of methamphetamine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia. At the time of the police report, Torres was on 24-hour hold at the Pettis County jail on multiple charges including identity theft.

47-year-old Sweet Springs man arrested during a traffic stop Thursday night

Just before 8:00 Thursday night, Sedalia police stopped a vehicle at 6th and Hancock for no license plates and an unreadable temporary tag. A check on the driver, 47-year-old Leman Hall of Sweet Springs, revealed he had an active Benton County Warrant. Hall was arrested and taken to the Pettis County Jail pending a $1250 bond.

Police arrest a 28-year-old Sedalia woman for violation of a court order

Just before 6:00 Thursday evening, Sedalia police arrested 28-year-old Courtney Hughes of Sedalia for a violation of a full order of protection. At the time of the police, report Hughes was on 24-hour hold in the Pettis County Jail pending formal charges.

S.T.I.N.G. Unit finds the suspect gone when they serve a search warrant

A press release from the Sedalia Police Department states the STING Unit served a search warrant at 522 North Osage. According to the press release, the house was owned by a suspect in a theft case involving a local business and the resident was identified through photos that the business was able to provide police. Officers entered the residence, found drug paraphernalia and evidence from a prior burglary of the same business. At the time of the press release the suspect was still at large.

Police are seeking two white males for running out on a bar bill

At 11:33 Wednesday night, a complainant at Fitters 5th Street Pub located at 500 South Ohio reported two white males around 30 years old had ordered drinks, then left without paying the $21.50 bill. A witness was able to give officers a description of the suspect’s vehicle and names of possible suspects.

Vandals target the Salvation Army at 1200 East Broadway

Around 1:30 Thursday afternoon, Sedalia police investigated a property damage complaint at the Salvation Army located at 1200 East Broadway. According to the complainant, someone damaged the latch on the outside electrical box for the building. There were no suspects at news time.

Attempted burglary investigated in the 400 block of South Montgomery Thursday

At 3:00 Thursday afternoon, a victim in the 400 block of South Montgomery filed a property damage complaint with the Sedalia police. According to the complainant, someone broke a window on the Southside of her home while she was away from the house sometime between 12:15 and 2:45 Thursday afternoon. There was no entry made to the house, but the window will cost between $50 & $60 to replace. There are no suspects.