Sedalia Police Crime Reports for March 10, 2017
SPD crime reports 3-10-17
Sedalia Police took a report on Tuesday from Rick Ball Ford, 2505 W. Broadway, about a stolen Pioneer head unit and wiring harness from a Chevy pickup. Security footage revealed the suspect's car and license info and a suspect description. The suspect was already arrested in an earlier incident in the day at Wal-Mart and was asked about the theft, but refused to talk about it. Charges of stealing are being sought on the suspect.
Anneliese M. Homan reported on Wednesday the fraudulent use of her Discover credit card, which was used to place an order for $880.74 at Cabela's. Cabelas's was contacted and the order was canceled. There are no suspects in the case.
On Wednesday, Joylynn Dawn Allard reported someone has been using her credit card to purchase items without her permission, adding there was an order pending at Wal-Mart. Police made contact with Wal-Mart and obtained suspect info.
On Wednesday, the Sedalia Housing Authority reported the theft of a new rerigerator from one of the units. A witness reportedly saw the suspect load up the white frig, valued at $429, onto a trailer on Feb. 15. There is one suspect.
Raechal C. Bolade, 32, Sedalia, was arrested after a traffic stop at Buckner and Saline on a black PT Cruiser for expired plates. She was wanted on two warrants out of Cooper County. She was transported to the Pettis County Jail on a $400 bond.
ETS Taxi, 208 S. Lamine, reported on Wednesday that an employee stole $764 from the business. A charge of stealing has been submitted against the subject.
On Wednesday, JC Penney, 3159 W. Broadway, reported the theft of $500 of merchandise from the store after the complainant learned on social media about the theft. Surveillance video was reviewed, which confirmed the allegation. Attempts to contact the suspect were unsuccessful. The report has been sent to the prosecutor for charges against the suspect.
Linda K. Murray, Sedalia, reported on Wednesday that two suspects know to her stole $350 in property and prescription medications. The suspects used to live with her, according to the report.
Cody Roberts Wissman, 25, Sedalia, was arrested after a traffic stop at 10:50 Thursday morning after a traffic stop. He was charged with Driving While Revoked. He was transported to the Pettis County Jail.
Samual L. Branstetter, 71, Sedalia, was taken into protective custody for a 12-hour hold after Sedalia Police were called to the 1400 block of Liberty Park Blvd., on a disturbance involving a heavily intoxicated man on Friday. This was the third contact with police Branstetter had over the past 24 hours, the report said. He was taken to Bothwel Regional Health Center to get checked out, then on to the Pettis County Jail.
Jessica N. Weaver, 29, Sedalia, was arrested after a traffic stop on a black Chrysler for improper lane use at 18th and Kentcky on Wednesday evening. She was found to be driving while suspended. Weaver was transported to the Pettis County Jail on a $533.50 bond, cash or surety. She has a court date of April 16.
Brian Eugene Tripp, 29, Sedalia, was charged with Driving While Suspended after a traffic stop at 16th and Grand on a black Ford truck late Wednesday night. Tripp now has a court date orf April 19.
Sedalia Police arrested Santiago Gonzalez Romero, 21, Sedalia, after a traffic stop on a green Honda for defective license plate lights at 14th and Hancock Wednesday night. A compuer check revealed he was Driving While Suspended. He was then transported to the Pettis County Jail with a court date of April 19.
Sherrell A. Peck, 36, Sedalia, was arrested at Engineer and Howard at 1 a.m. Wednesday after a traffic stop on a blue Ford Taurus. She was issued a Municipal summons for possession of marijuana. She has a court date of April 5.