Sedalia Police Crime Reports for April 24, 2017
SPD crime reports 4-24-17
Sedalia Police arrested Kurtes E. Marshall, 21, Sedalia, for failure to appear on a Municipal charge of no vehicle registration or insurance after a vehicle check conducted at 13th and Lafayette at 2:58 a.m. Monday. Marshall was transported to the Pettis County on a $50 cash bond. He has a court date of May 17.
On Sunday, Glenn Tanner, 1200 block of E. 11th, reported that someone driving a yellow passenger car stole his dog from his backyard. The vehicle left north on Wagner. Tanner was able to supply suspect info to police.
Police took a report from Yesenia F. DeEpinoza involving the theft of her wallet which was taken from her residence sometime between April 14 and 15. The wallet contained two debit cards, which were used multiple times by the suspect. The total value of the theft was valued at $781.80. A possible suspect has been identified.
On Sunday afternoon, Ana Marcos, of the 1500 block of Osage, reported that the windshield and rear window of her vehicle were broken out over the past 12 hours, causing $200 of damage.
On Sunday at 4:21 a.m., Sedalia officers responded to the 700 block of E. 13th street in reference to a female not breathing. Officers performed CPR on the victim and later medical personnel arrived and rendered aid, but to no avail. The assistant coroner later arrived and pronounced the subject deceased. The body was then taken to a funeral home.
Casey's General Stire, 3050 S. Limit, reported a gas drive-off on Sunday morning involving a subject who pumped $27.19 of fuel, then left without paying.
On Sunday, Kyla L. Vanbooven reported a hit-and-run accident at 3201 W. Broadway (Wal-Mart) that occurred between 10 p.m. Saturday and 4 a.m. Sunday.
On Sunday morning, Patsy A. Dawson reported that the hood of her truck was scratched sometime overnight while her vehicle was parked on the street in the 1100 block of W. 3rd. There are no suspects.
Kenneth Ray Winfrey, 27, was issued a Municipal summons for assault after an incident involving a lost dog. According to the report, a dog from 1804 S. Warren ended up in his yard, growling at him. The dog owner's daughter went looking for the dog and the report said that Winfrey threatened to kill the dog. When the owner confronted Winfrey, he allegedly yelled at her and poked her in the chest. Winfrey now has a June 21 court date. In the same incident, the dog owner, Mattie Lee Hood, 25, was issued a Municipal summons for Animals Running at Large. She also has a June 21 court date.
Julieana C. Stone, 28, Green Ridge, was issued a Municipal warrant for Failure to Appear (driving while suspended and possession of drug paraphernalia) on Sunday evening. She was transported to the Pettis County Jail on a $50 cash bond. He has a May 17 court date.