Here are your Sedalia Police crime reports for the afternoon of September 20, 2012.

Warrensburg man arrested for failure to appear

Just after 10 o’clock this morning, Sedalia police arrested 20-year-old Hunter Lewis of Warrensburg on a failure to appear warrant out of Clinton County.  At the time of the report, Lewis was in the Pettis County Jail pending a $133 cash only bond.


Local automotive repair business is target of thieves overnight Tuesday

Wednesday morning, Sedalia police received a theft complaint from the owner of Phillips Automotive located at 4207 South Limit. According to the complainant someone stole three engines and some accessories from the business sometime overnight. There was no information on a possible suspect.


Female victim in the 600 block of North Grand reports thefts from her front porch

Around 12:30 Wednesday afternoon, Sedalia police investigated a theft complaint from a residence in the 600 block North Grand. According to the female victim, she put two duffle bags full of clothes and two boxes of tools on her front porch to be picked up by her brother. Sometime after 5:30 that morning, someone stole the bags and boxes valued collectively at $800. There were no suspects at news time.


Suspects using Break Time's dumpster illegally sought by Sedalia police

Wednesday afternoon, the Break Time at 713 East Broadway filed a complaint with Sedalia police. According to the complainant, after they put a lock and chain on the dumpster to keep people from filling it up with unauthorized material, people started dumping it on the ground around the dumpster. The complainant said the people who service the dumpster will not pick it up if there is trash around it on the ground. Suspects are being sought in the case.