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Sunday Morning Sedalia Police Crime Reports For Feb. 24, 2013

Columbia woman arrested Saturday morning on several charges

Around 2:30 Saturday morning Sedalia police made contact with a female subject walking in the area of 15th and Missouri. A check through dispatch revealed the woman identified as 27-year-old Sandra Burns of Columbia had a warrant for a parole violation. During the investigation Burns was also found to be in possession of methamphetamine, and drug paraphernalia. At the time of the police report Burns was being held on a no-bond warrant for the parole violation, and was also pending other charges.

Traffic stop Saturday night results in arrest for 30-year-old Sedalia man

Just before 8 o’clock Saturday night Sedalia police stopped a vehicle at Main and Grand for a traffic violation. A check on the driver, 30-year-old Derek Williams of Sedalia showed he was a revoked driver. Williams was arrested and taken to the Pettis County jail, and placed on 24-hour hold pending formal charges.

Warrensburg man arrested for driving while revoked Friday night

At 10:43 Friday night Sedalia police stopped a vehicle at 5th and Barrett for no license plate light. Upon contact with the driver, 28-year-old Timothy Hurr of Warrensburg he was found to be a revoked driver. Hurr was arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail, and placed on 24-hour hold pending the filing of formal charges.

Defective light results in arrest for a 38-year-old man

Around 3:30 Saturday afternoon Sedalia police stopped a vehicle at Broadway and Ohio with a defective tail light. A subsequent check on the driver, 38-year-old Brian Hall of Sedalia revealed he was a suspended driver. Hall was arrested and taken to the Pettis County jail where he was booked and released pending a court date.

Burglary reports filed Thursday and Friday in Sedalia

Early Thursday morning Sedalia police took a theft complaint from a female victim in the 2400 block of West Main. According to the victim someone entered her apartment and stole her laptop computer valued at $756.

Friday afternoon a victim in the 600 block of East 17th reported  someone forced entry to a home he was remodeling, and tore out electrical lines, and water lines causing approximately $3000 in damages. There were no suspects in these cases.

Lost or stolen license plates reported to the Sedalia Police

Friday morning a male victim reported his license plate was stolen while he was parked in Wood’s Parking Lot in the 700 block of East Broadway. The license number on the plate is YA8C5X, and a suspect has been identified in the case.

On Saturday a female victim in the 1800 block of South Barrett reported the license plate from her vehicle, number FH3-T9R has either been lost or stolen over the past 3 days.

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