Sedalia Police reports 9-14-16

Jessica Nicole Muldoon, 25, Warsaw, was arrested Monday at 10:22 p.m. near 6th and Montgomery on four outstanding warrants: One out of Benton County with a $200, one out of Hickory County with a $500 bond, another one out of Hickory County with a $10,000 bond (cash or surety), and one out of Sedalia with a $150 bond, after Sedalia Police conducted a traffic stop at Third and Engineer. Muldoon was transported to the Pettis County Jail with court dates of Sept. 20 & 21, and Oct. 5.

Sedalia Police responded to Bothwell Hotel, 103 E, 4th, on a disturbance call Tuesday morning. Crystal Lynn Willcox, 31, Leavenworth, Kan., was arrested as a Fugitive From Justice for Failure to Appear. She was transported to the Pettis County Jail.

Rebecca Dianne Woodard, 30, Sedalia, was arrested in the Sedalia Police Department lobby Tuesday afternoon for Failure to Appear Upon Arrest or Summons and transported to the Pettis County Jail with a $150 bond and a Sept. 21 court date.

Timothy L. Davis, 40, homeless, was arrested and charged with violation of an ex-parte on Tuesday morning. He was transported to the Pettis County Jail.

Katrina F. Wentworth, 29, Windsor, was arrested on a peace disturbance charge on Sept. 4 in the 200 block of E. 13th after Sedalia received a report of a female throwing bricks and rocks, breaking out car windows and threatening people. The report noted that since Oct. 1, 2014, police hads responded to the residence 22 times on calls involving animal abuse, domestic assault, fire and noise complaints.

Menard's, 4400 Wisconsin Ave., reported that a suspect attempted to pay for a grill with a counterfeit bill on Monday afternoon. When told the bill was counterfeit by a store employee, the suspect became angry, grabbed the bill and left the store. A witness said the suspect drove away in a newer model VW bug, light grey or blue in color. There is a suspect in the case, the report said.

Cindy L. Williams reported the theft of a Galaxy Note 4, valued at $700, stolen between 3:12 and 4 a.m. at the Sedalia Wal-Mart.

Police took a report of fraudulent use of a debit card on Tuesday. The victim said she withdrew money from a US Band ATM on Sept. 2 and forgot to take her card back. The bank later called her to report suspicious activity on her card. The card was then canceled. A total of $384 was fraudenlently used on the card before it was canceled. There is a suspect in the case.

Police took a found property report on Tuesday in the 1000 block of S. Ohio. Found was a 49cc scooter, located in some bushes behind an abandoned property. The scooter was placed into the SPD's bike shed.

Randy Kirby