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Sedalia Police Crime Reports: Afternoon of September 10, 2012

Here are your Sedalia Police crime reports for September 10, 2012.

23-year-old female pedestrian hit in the Wood’s parking lot Saturday

Around 7:00 Saturday night, Sedalia police responded to an accident involving a pedestrian in the parking lot of the East Sedalia Shopping Center in the 700 Block of East Broadway. According to the police report, 23-year-old Jessica Salmons was loading groceries into the back of her vehicle when she was struck by a vehicle driven by 18-year-old Adam Schmolzi.  Schmolzi told officers he was looking towards the building when he struck Salmons. Salmons was taken to the Bothwell Regional Health Center by ambulance, then on to the University of Missouri Hospital in Columbia by helicopter. She reportedly suffered leg injuries when she was pinned between the vehicles.

 

Windsor man arrested Saturday afternoon on three active warrants

Around 1:45 Saturday afternoon, Sedalia police received information that a person with a warrant was working at the End Zone Bar and Grill at 3129 West Broadway. Upon contact with the suspect, 31-year-old Brian Perkins of Windsor, he was found to have three warrants. Perkins was arrested and transported to the Pettis county Jail pending $50,000 bond on two Johnson County Warrants, and a no bond warrant out of Clay County for DWI persistent offender.

 

Teen arrested for assault on a middle-aged man

At 12:15 Friday afternoon, Sedalia police investigated a domestic disturbance in the 900 block of East 14th. Upon arrival officers saw a male teenager chasing a middle age man with a pipe that was wrapped with tape on one end. The suspect, identified as 17-year old Tyler Evans of Sedalia, was ordered to drop the pipe, and complied. Evans was arrested and taken to the Pettis County Jail where he was placed on 24-hour hold pending charges of domestic assault.

 

Traffic stop results in arrest for a 55-year-old Sedalia man on failure to appear warrants

At 10:35 Saturday night Sedalia police stopped a vehicle at 5th and Limit for failure to signal for a turn. A check on the driver 55-year-old Wendell Mason of Sedalia revealed he had two warrants out of Saline County for failure to appear.  At the time of the police report Mason was in the Pettis County jail pending $500 in bonds.

 

Sedalia woman arrested for failure to appear Friday morning

At 5:37 Friday morning, Tammy Sanders of Sedalia was arrested for failure to appear on a driving while suspended charge out of Pettis County.

Friday morning, a victim in the 400 block of East 6th reported his home was burglarized overnight as he slept. The victim told officers someone took $1000 worth of items from a locked cabinet.

Friday afternoon, a female victim in the 3400 block of West 10th reported someone damaged the front door and broke its window by prying it open to gain entry to her vehicle. The victim reported a book bag with several electronic books and some nursing equipment was taken from the vehicle, with a value of more than $750. There were no suspects.

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