Sedalia Police Crime Reports: Morning of August 20, 2012
Here are your Sedalia Police crime reports for August 20, 2012.
Two suspects arrested on drug charges on Sedalia’s West Side
At 10:34 Saturday morning, Sedalia police were dispatched to an apartment in the 300 block of West 4th to investigate a report of the odor of marijuana. Upon arrival officers located the apartment and could smell the odor coming from inside. Arrested at the scene was 25-year-old Jessica Coffman and 26-year-old Shawn Hughes, both of the residence. At the time of the police report, Hughes was on 24-hour hold at the Pettis County jail pending charges, while Coffman was being held pending a $531.50 bond.
Homeless woman arrested at Missouri State fair on multiple charges
At 12:45 Saturday morning, Sedalia police arrested 24-year-old Tiffany Morrill in an incident that included people urinating in a tent at the Missouri State Fair. The police report states Morrill was taken to the front gate and told not to come back, but she reentered the grounds at another gate and was arrested. At the time of the police report, Morrill was in the Pettis County Jail pending charges of trespassing, indecent exposure and resisting arrest.
Tram driver at the Fair arrested for for peace disturbance and resisting arrest
Just after 11 o’clock Saturday night, Sedalia police stopped a tram on the Missouri State fair grounds for speeding and going the wrong way. The police report states the driver of the tram, 49-year-old Charles Geyser of Lincoln began arguing loudly, cussing in front of a lot of people. Geyser also refused to show officers his driver’s license. He was arrested and taken to the Pettis county jail on 24-hour hold pending formal charges of peace disturbance and resisting arrest.
27-year-old Sedalia man arrested for possession of marijuana
At 10:38 Friday night, Sedalia police arrested 27-year-old Christopher Paxton of Sedalia on a charge of possession of marijuana. At the time of the police report, Paxton was being held in the Pettis County Jail pending $531.50 bond.
Traffic stop results in driving while revoked charges for a 29-year-old driver
Around 3 o’clock Friday afternoon, Sedalia police stopped a vehicle in the 200 block of East Booneville for expired registration. A subsequent check on the driver, 29-year-old Jeffery Bain of Sedali,a revealed he was revoked. Bain was arrested and taken to the Pettis County jail, where he was placed on 24-hour hold pending formal charges.
20-year-old Sedalia man in jail for stealing at Walmart
At 4:14 Friday afternoon 20-year-old Dimitri Denochick of Sedalia was arrested at Wal-Mart store on multiple charges. According to a Sedalia Police Report he was on 24-hour hold at the Pettis County jail on charges of stealing, parole violation, and identification theft.
Kansas City man arrested early Saturday morning following a traffic stop
At 2:15 Saturday morning Sedalia police stopped a vehicle at 11th and Limit for improper registration. A check of the driver, 31-year-old Kyle Bosch of Kansas City Missouri revealed he was suspended and had three Johnson County Warrants. Bosch was arrested and transported to the Pettis County jail pending a total $2031.50 bond.
Two-women arrested at Walmart for stealing Friday evening
At 5:45 Friday evening, Sedalia police were dispatched to the Walmart store on two female shoplifters. According to asset protection personnel, the two women, 18-year-old Lauren Nagala and 19-year-old Shalegha Fox, both of Sedalia, had stolen a pair of boots valued at $13.87 from the baby section. Both suspects were arrested and taken to the Pettis County jail, where they were booked and released with a court date.
At 5:20 Saturday morning Sedalia police arrested 22-year-old Louis Riedl for driving while suspended. Riedl was booked and released with a court date.
Late Friday night Sedalia police arrested 33-year-old Holly Powell of Sedalia on a charge of driving while suspended. Bond on the charge was set at $531.50.
A victim in the 2100 block of East Broadway reported the theft of a rug from her residence Friday night. There were no suspects.
At noon on Saturday a complainant reported thefts from Addictive Ink., located at 2700 West Broadway According to the police report someone entered the business and stole several items. There was no information on a suspect.