Sedalia Police Crime Reports for the Afternoon of Jan. 27, 2017
SPD crime reports 1-27-17
Sedalia Police took a theft report from ReTina Taylor on Thursday afternoon, who reported that someone stole $600 from her purse while she was at work at Waterloo. There is a suspect in the case.
Joshua Tobert Oliver, 31, Sedalia, was arrested after a traffic stop on a blue Hyundai SUV for no license plate light on Thursday evening at 16th and State Fair Blvd. A computer check revealed he was wanted on a Municipal warrant and also a Probation Violation out of Wright County. Oliver was transported to the Pettis County Jail on a $90.50 bond, with a court date of March 1. There is no bond for the Wright County warrant. Oliver will spend 10 days in jail, according to the report.
Late Thursday night, Sedalia Police arrested Ravil Ryakhmyatullov, 28, Sedalia, for Driving While Suspended and Identity Theft after a traffic stop for no turn signal and no front license plate. The driver also provided a false ID to the officer. He was transported to the Pettis County Jail.
On Thursday night at 22:22, A gas station at 3806 E. Broadway, reported that a blue SUV pumped $24.81 of fuel, then left without paying, traveling east of Broadway.
Joseph R. Decker, 18, Stover, was arrested for Driving While Suspended after Sedalia Police investigated a traffic accident at 32nd and Limit Thursday morning. Decker was transported to the Pettis County Jail, where he was booked and released. He has a court date of March 8.
Michael Ray Fritchey, 34, Warsaw, was arrested for Parole Violation after a traffic stop on a black Honda at 19th and Marvin Thursday afternoon. He was transported to the Pettis County Jail. No bond was issued.
Sedalia Police took a report from Chelsea Vallen Rogers involving the fraudulent use of her debit card on Thursday. Rogers reported she lost her card at 16th and Grand Casey's and later discovered it was used at Dollar General for a $21.51 purchase. The suspect also tried to purchase $48 in fuel at the Sedalia 66 convenience store, but by then the card had been canceled. There are no suspects.