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Sedalia Police Crime Reports: Afternoon of September 27, 2013

The following Sedalia Police crime reports are from the afternoon of Sept. 27, 2013.

Sedalia police answer a fight in progress call from Bridges of Missouri Facility

Just after 3:00 Thursday afternoon (Sept. 26), Sedalia Police responded to a fight in progress at a Bridges of Missouri Facility at 1414 South Vermont, a facility that supports people with physical and cognitive disabilities. Upon arrival, officers found one man down with a nose bleeding, requiring an ambulance. The police report also states three employees were assaulted by the suspect when they attempted to stop him from attacking the victim. The suspect locked and barricaded himself inside a room, and officers had to force entry in order to arrest him. At the time of the police report, the suspect was on 24-hour hold pending prosecutorial review.

Homeless man in jail for a parole violation warrant

At 1:30 Thursday afternoon (Sept. 26), Sedalia Police observed a man in the area of Cooper and Missouri who was known to have an active warrant. Following confirmation from dispatch, the officer approached the suspect, who then attempted to flee the area. Officers located the suspect identified as 32-year-old David Taylor, a homeless person, and arrested him. Taylor was taken to the Pettis County Jail where he was being held on the no bond warrant for a parole violation. Taylor also faces charges of resisting arrest.

Female victim reports a puppy theft and property damage Thursday

According to a female victim in the 500 block of East 13th,, someone cut several storm window screens on her house sometime after 11:00 Thursday night (Sept. 26). There was no information on a suspect at the time of the police report. During the property damage investigation, the female victim also reported a person known to her had entered her residence and stole her six-week old Jack Russell puppy. There was no other information available at news time.

Vandals damage tires on a woman’s vehicle in the 900 block of East 16th

A female victim in the 900 block of East 16th reported the tires on her vehicle were damaged with an estimated replacement value of $600. The police report states pry marks were evident on the vehicle doors where someone attempted to gain entry to the vehicle. There was no estimate on that damage. There were no suspects in the case at news time.

Female victim reports a drum set was stolen on East 13th

Just after 6:00 Wednesday evening (Sept. 25), Sedalia Police took a burglary complaint from a female victim in the 1000 block of East 13th. According to the victim, someone stole a drum set from the residence sometime between the Sept. 9 and Sept. 17. There were no suspects at news time.

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