Here are your Sedalia Police crime reports for he afternoon of Nov. 9, 2012.

Warrant check nets suspect with a parole violation warrant

Just before 4:00 Thursday afternoon, Sedalia police responded to a residence in the 400 block of North Missouri with a parole violation warrant. Upon arrival the suspect, 24-year-old Art Wonderful Williams of Sedalia, fled the area on foot, but was apprehended after a short foot pursuit. At the time of the police report Williams was being held in the Pettis County Jail on the no-bond parole violation warrant.

Lowery City man arrested at the police station on a fugitive warrant

At 1:31 Thursday afternoon, Sedalia police were notified that a man with a warrant was in the police station, checking his warrant status in order to qualify for homeless housing.  A check on the suspect, 45-year-old Richard Fry of Lowry City, revealed he had a fugitive warrant out of Indiana with full extradition. Fry was arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail, where he was placed on 24-hour hold pending extradition.

Sedalia man arrested on a charge of driving while intoxicated Thursday night

Around 9:20 Thursday night, Sedalia police stopped a vehicle at 15th and Engineer for failing to signal for a turn. During the traffic stop the driver, 38-year-old Charles M. Good of Sedalia, was found to be intoxicated. At the time of the police report Fry was in the Pettis County Jail on 24-hour hold pending formal charges.

Traffic stop Thursday night results in arrest for a Sedalia man

During a traffic stop at Grand and Cooper Thursday night, Sedalia police arrested a man for no operators . The report states Jesus Alejo of Sedalia was in in the Pettis County Jail pending $107 bond.

Property damage complaint filed by a Sedalia man Monday morning

At 5:27 Monday morning, Sedalia police investigated a property damage complaint from a victim in the 200 block of South State Fair Blvd. According to the victim, someone broke the side mirror off of his vehicle sometime overnight.  The police report states the damage estimate was $200 and there were no suspects.