Around 1:30 Tuesday morning (Nov 29), Sedalia Police officers attempted to stop a Ford Explorer for spinning tires in a parking lot, in the 3000 block of West Broadway. The vehicle failed to stop officers and high speed pursuit ensued. The pursuit continued east on Broadway. The vehicle lost control and struck a curb at Quincy Avenue and Broadway. According to the report, the Ford Explorer then went airborne, striking a concrete retaining wall, where it vaulted into the air, and onto a front porch of a residence, located at 908 West Broadway. Two juveniles were found in the vehicle. The driver fled the scene. The Ford Explorer belongs to one of the juvenile’s parents. According to the report, the Ford was taken without consent. There were no further details listed in that report.

 

Around 7:00 Monday evening (Nov 28), officers conducted a warrant check in the 1400 block of East 9th Street. The suspect’s information was relayed to dispatch. One warrant from Benton County and two warrants from Pettis County were confirmed. 28-year old Korey R. Isenberg was arrested and taken to the Pettis County Jail. The Pettis County warrants carried a total bond of $10,000.00, cash or surety. There was no bond on the Benton County warrant.

 

Around 6:15 Monday evening (Nov 28), officers took a report of property damage in the 1100 block of Ware Avenue. The victim stated that sometime during the previous night, several items in his yard were damaged. He stated it has been an ongoing problem in the area. There are no suspects at this time.

 

Around 12:15 Monday afternoon (Nov 28), officers took a report of property damage at Baker’s Car Corral, located at 2120 East Broadway. The complainant stated someone damaged 10 car tires. The estimated cost to replace the tires is $1,000.00. There were no further details listed in that report.

Randy Kirby