Sedalia Police Crime Reports for Jan. 4, 2017
Sedalia Police transferred Brandon L. High-Frump, 28, Cole Camp, from the Benton County Line to the Pettis County line Tuesday night. He was wanted on a Municipal warrant and his bond was set at $100 cash. He now has a court date of Feb. 1.
Nichole Jennings, 26, Green Ridge, was arrested after a traffic stop at Broadway and Thompson Blvd., on a Johnson County warrant Tuesday evening. She was transported to the Pettis County Jail on a $200 cash bond.
Marvin Anthony Smith, 34, Sedalia, was arrested at 3:18 a.m. Tuesday for felony 3rd degree Domestic Assault after Sedalia Police responded to the 400 block of North Mill. After officers investigated, it was determined that Darryl Frazier was hit in the face by Marvin Smith. The two are relatives living together, the report said. Smith was transported to the Pettis County Jail on a 24-hour hold.
Traci Dotson, 27, of the 800 block of Brentwood Drive, was issued three court summonses for Animals Running at Large, Animals Attacking and Destruction of Property on Monday after the victim, John Petree, claimed that her two husky dogs entered his chicken pen and killed 20 chickens and one duck. The dogs also allegedly damaged his nylon fence.
Gene's Boots and Hats, 3145 W. Broadway, reported that someone made a purchase at the store on Dec. 29, and used the store bag to conceal and take other merchandise out the door.
The Sedalia Wal-Mart, 3201 W. Broadway, reported that 2 suspects pushed a cart full of items out the door without paying on Monday afternoon. Wal-Mart provided Sedalia Police with DVD footage of the two suspects and the vehicle in which they escaped.
Ronald W. Black, 46, was arrested Tuesday in the 1300 block of S. Ohio for being a Fugitive From Justice and for an Illinois warrant for parole violation. He was transported to the Pettis County Jail for a 24-hour hold.
Maurice Harper, 41, Sedalia, was arrested for a no-bond parole violation and for being a Fugitive From Justice Tuesday in the 300 block of W. 6th Street. He was transported to the Pettis County Jail for a 24-hour hold.