Sedalia Police Crime reports for the Afternoon on April 7, 2017
SPD crime reports 4-7-17
On Friday morning at 2:23 a.m., Sedalia Police arrested Christina Marie Langley, 45, Sedalia, for DWI after a traffic stop on a gray Buick driving the wrong way on East Walnut. The driver was found to be intoxicated. Langley was transported to the Pettis County Jail on a $533.50 cash or surety bond, with a May 17 court date.
James Edward Miller, 45, Sedalia, was arrested at 13th and Osage just before 7 p.m. Thursday after a traffic stop on a mini motorcycle for Driving While Revoked. He was transported to the Pettis County Jail on a $533.50 bond, and a May 17 court date.
Mark A. Dean, 23, Sedalia, was arrested just after 6 p.m. Thursday after Sedalia Police responded to a disturbance call in the 200 block of W. 6th. The victim said she was choked by a male at the residence. Dean was charged with 2nd degree Domestic Assault and taken to the Pettis County Jail on a 24-hour hold. The victim refused medical treatment, according to the report.
Sedalia Police took two highly-intoxicated men into protective custody on Thursday night in the 900 block of E. 6th. Donald Allen Brown, 43, and Roy Edward Borecky, Jr., 66, were released after the 12-hour custody period expired.
Richard Len Craig, 47, Sedalia, was arrested Thursday in the 1300 block of S. Ohio after Sedalia Police conducted a medical check on a subject who had ingested several pills. He was wanted on a Miller County probation violation and taken to the Pettis County Jail.
On Thursday morning, Christina J. Bell reported that the taillights on her 2003 Toyota Camry were broken out over night near 12th and Engineer, causing $50 of damage. There are no suspects in the case.
A two car crash on Smith-Cotton High School property on Thursday afternoon resulted in slight injuries to a 17-year-old girl. Autumn D. Profitt was the driver of a 1996 Lincoln MK8 that was eastbound towards the S-C exit, 200 feet from Limit Avenue when she struck the rear of an eastbound 1989 Chevy S-10 driven by 17-year-old Joseph F. Meyer of La Monte. Profitt said she did not realize the traffic in front of her had stopped when she hit the S-10, causing her air bags to deploy. She complained of pain in her left arm, but declined medical treatment. Her car had moderate to extensive damage, while the S-10 moderate rear bumper damage. Neither vehicle was towed. There were no witnesses identified at the crash scene.