Sedalia Police reports 4-12-18

On Wednesday evening, a member of Sedalia WalMart asset protection reported that a subject know to her stole several items totaling $104.51 from the business. A charge of stealing will be submitted to the prosecutor for review.


On Thursday at 1:13 a.m. an employee of BreakTime, 318 W. Broadway, reported a gas drive-off of $28.83 by a suspect driving a silver Buick. The suspect has not yet been located.


 

Sedalia Police arrested 47-year-old Raymond Davis Harrison of Sedalia, for Driving While Suspended at 14th and Grand around 10 p.m.Thursday. Harrison was taken to the Pettis County Jail where he was booked and released, pending the filing of formal charges by the prosecutor.


 

On Thursday at 234 a.m., a citizen turned in a wallet to police that was found at 1301 S. Limit. The wallet was placed into evidence for safekeeping.


 

On Monday morning, Sedalia Police arrested 27-year-old Leopoldo Rubio Leon of Sedalia, after a traffic stop at Broadway and Vermont for an improper turn. Leon was issued a Municipal summons with a May 16 court date for driving without a valid driver's license. He was later released from the SPD.


 

On Tuesday morning, a man reported the theft of two pair of prescription sunglasses and a “multi-tool” from his unlocked vehicle either in the 1220 block of Ensign Drive or in the 1500 block of Waterloo Drive.


 

On Tuesday morning, Sedalia Police issued a summons for Animals Running at Large to 19-year-old Jordan Taylor Cole Brisbin in the 1500 block of E. 4th. According to a report, the victim complained that his three dogs pulled torn-up trash into his yard. The victim showed the officer where the dogs live and a summons was then issued. Brisbin now has a May 23 court date.


 

On Monday morning, a Sedalia woman reported that someone used her credit card to purchase $72 of fuel at two gas stations. The card went missing several days ago, the report said. Security camera footage is currently being reviewed.


 

On Monday afternoon, Sedalia Police took a report from a man who said that he hired a house cleaner via Facebook to clean his house while he was at work. He later noticed he was missing some tablets and cash from his home. He contacted the suspect, who denied any knowledge of the theft. When later contacted by police, 37-year-old Brook N. Bale reportedly admitted to the theft during an interview. Bale was issued a summons and released. The case is being sent to the prosecutor for review.


 

On Tuesday night just after 8 p.m., a woman reported a hit-and-run that occurred to her vehicle in Centennial Park. According to the report, the suspect vehicle scratched the rear passenger side of her car while it was parked north of Field #6 just off New York, causing $900 of damage.


 

On Wednesday, a man reported the theft of several items from his home in the 200 block of E. 25th. The theft occurred between 8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. There are no suspects.