Sedalia Police reports for June 28, 2016
Police reports for June 28, 2016
On Sunday, Sedalia Police arrested Billy B. Brown, Sedalia, for shoplifting at the Sedalia Wal-Mart, 3201 W. Broadway, when he allegedly pushed a shopping cart full of clothing and alcohol out the door of the store without paying. One of the other people he was with, Terrell Lydal Peck, 37, Sedalia, was arrested for Failure to Appear upon arrest or summons. Both were transported to the Pettis County Jail. Peck had an active Municipal warrant. His bond was set at $90.50 with a court date of July 3. Brown was detained on a 24-hour hold.
Glenn T.D. Grant, 31, Sedalia, was arrested for Failure to Obey, after Sedalia Police responded to a disturbance Monday between a husband and wife in the 1800 block of S. Barrett. Upon arrival, police noticed the husband was in his car, and the wife was outside, yelling at home. Officers separated the two, and while they were chatting with police, Mr. Grant arrived. He was told to stay at his car, but refused, according to the report. Grant was then taken into custody for interfering with an investigation by an officer. He was transported to the Pettis County Jail on a $533.50 bond and a court date of Aug. 10.
Samuel P. Vanhorn, 25, Utica, Mo., was arrested by Sedalia Police Monday night for Failure to Appear-misdemeanor and a warrant after a traffic stop at 13th and Montgomery for expired vehicle registration. He was wanted out of Caldwell and Linn counties. He was transported to the Pettis County Jail with a $5,500 cash bond.
Police took a burglary report Monday in the 2300 block of E. 12th. The victim stated that suspects removed the lock from his tool shed and stole several tools, some of which were recovered in the backyard of a neighbor and a toolbox was recovered behind the shed.
Police took three reports of unauthorized use of debit cards on Monday. One involved a Direct Express Card being used to withdraw $300 in cash on June 7, another involved a $540.89 purchase in the Kansas City area, and a third one involved the purchase of $39 in gas in California three weeks ago.