Sedalia Police Crime Reports for September 29, 2016
A suspicious vehicle parked in Katy Park, described as a gray Ford Focus with the back glass broken out, was reported to Sedalia Police on Tuesday morning. While responding to that call, police received a complaint of a gray Ford Focus that had been stolen from a local car lot. According to Sedalia Police, the vehicle in Katy Park was the stolen vehicle, which had been taken from Tiger Pride Auto Sales sometime between 7:30 p.m. on Monday (September 26) and 6 a.m. on Tuesday (September 27). Police say they do not have a suspect in the case at this time.
Sedalia Police were called to a bank on West Broadway around 8:40 on the morning of September 28 to investigate a report of property damage. A police report says that a window at the bank had been cracked by “some kind of projectile” the previous week. Police were given photos of the damage. Police say there are no suspects in the case at this time.
The Sedalia Police Department took two reports of theft from a local rent-to-own business on September 28. According to police, an employee with Aaron’s reported that a customer had leased a laptop computer with security software and had stopped making payments. A complaint was also made of another case where a customer had rented a television and XBox One and stopped making payments. Sedalia Police said that Aaron’s had been unable to make contact with the suspects and reported the incidents to police, who are now trying to contact the suspects.
On September 28 at 1:14 p.m., Sedalia Police were called to the 600 block of West Cooper avenue to investigate a disturbance. Police observed the suspect driving away from the area and stopped the vehicle. Police arrested 41-year-old Angelia Ruth Asbury and took her to the Pettis County Jail. Asbury was issued a citation for driving while suspended and has a court date of October 12.