Sedalia Police Crime Reports for March 2, 2018
Sedalia Police arrested 38-year-old Kevin Allen Clark of Hughesville on three charges of stealing at Auto Zone, 2601 W. Broadway, on Tuesday afternoon. Clark was taken to the Pettis County Jail. Misdemeanor shoplifting charges are being sought.
Sedalia Police arrested 21-year-old Logan C. Holman of Pettis County after conducting a traffic stop on blue Chevy Cobalt for no front license plate at 18th and Brown Wednesday morning. Holman was wanted on a Daviess County warrant (no bond) and a Cooper County warrant ($4,500 bond). He was taken to the Pettis County Jail.
Sedalia Police attempted to stop a white Cadillac CTS that was traveling at a high rate of speed west on 32nd at Clarendon at 3:21 a.m. Wednesday, but terminated after it left the city limits.
On Wednesday afternoon, a woman reported the theft of her wallet. The wallet contained her debit card, which was used at several area businesses to make unauthorized purchases. According to the report, one suspect was identified, but not yet located.
Sedalia Police arrested two people after a traffic stop at 3101 W. Broadway at 2:28 a.m. Thursday. According to a report, a 1988 tan Mercury Grand Marquis was observed westbound on Main with one taillight out while the other one was clear (not red). The stop was conducted a short time later at west McDonald's. Arrested was the driver, 32-year-old Byron Alfred Guilder, Jr., of Sedalia. He was found to be Driving While Revoked. His passenger, 22-year-old Bryanna Lynn Collins, was wanted on three Pettis County warrants for a total bond amount of $22,500. Both were transported to the Pettis County Jail.
Sedalia Police arrested 29-year-old Norman Franklin Glazier of Sedalia after a traffic stop in the 2300 block of S. Ingram at 11:42 p.m. Wednesday.
On Wednesday afternoon, a man reported that someone took the keys to his Dodge Charger, along with several items from his unlocked vehicle in the 1100 block of E. Broadway.
On Wednesday, police took a theft report in the 800 block of E. 12th involving multiple items from an unlocked vehicle.
On Wednesday, a woman reported the theft of her wallet from Woods Supermarket, 701 E. Broadway, on Feb. 24. She later discovered there were several fraudulent transactions on her credit cards.