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Sedalia Police Crime Report: June 3, 2012

Here is your Sedalia Police Crime Report for June 3, 2012.

Vandal caught on tape and apprehended

Over the past several days, KSIS has brought you an alarming amount of vandalism reports from the Sedalia Police Department, involving the windows of vehicles, homes and businesses. Today we can report the vandal has been caught, and faces charges on 37 incidents. The break in the case came after another rash of broken windows in Sedalia. A police report states there are now two videos in evidence of incidents, that were used to lead them to a suspect, identified as 19-year-old Cody Paxton of Sedalia. At the time of the police report Paxton was on 24-hour hold pending formal charges of 1st degree property damage, a felony. The police believe there may be a second suspect, and ask for your help in identifying, and locating them. If you have any information on this case please call the police department at 826-8100.

 

Suspects sought for attempting to get a juvenile girl into their vehicle

Around 3:15 Saturday afternoon, Sedalia police received a complaint from a Sedalia woman, that two Hispanic male suspects, in a Navy Blue Mustang tried to get her juvenile daughter into their vehicle. The police report states the suspects were men in their 30’s with tattoos on their arms. The suspects reportedly followed the girl, as she ran down an alley to escape. The girl said she hid behind some items in a backyard to avoid the men. At the time of the police report the vehicle and suspects have not been located. If you believe you have information on these suspects, call the police at 826-8100.

 

31-year-old woman arrested on multiple charges Friday morning

Just after 6 o’clock Friday morning, a complainant in the 1700 block of South Brown reported he saw a female suspect climb through a window of a vacant house he owns. Upon arrival officers located the woman identified as 31-year-old Brandy Phillips, who reportedly had no address. Phillips was arrested and transported to the Pettis County jail on charges of 1st degree trespass, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and identification theft. The report states Phillips also had active warrants out of Macon County and Cooper County. At the time of the police report Phillips was in the Pettis County jail pending $10,150 in bonds.

 

22-year-old Sedalia man arrested  during a traffic stop

Just after 11 o’clock Saturday night, Sedalia police stopped a vehicle at 17th and Marvin for failure to stop at a stop sign. A computer check of the driver, 22-year-old Louis Riedlof Sedalia was suspended. He was arrested and taken to the Pettis County Jail pending a $531.50 bond.

 

Cell phone stolen while woman holds a rummage sale

A woman in the 600 block of East 16th reported the theft of her cell phone sometime between noon and 2 o’clock while she was holding a rummage sale. The phone was reportedly taken from a table. There were no suspects.

 

Hit and run accident reported Saturday afternoon

At 12:13 Saturday afternoon a victim  on South Engineer reported her vehicle was hit while she was at work earlier in the day. The victim told the police the driver of the suspect vehicle did not report the incident. There was no information on a suspect in the case.

 

Dog reported stolen from Centennial Park

Friday afternoon, a victim reported his dog followed his neighbor to Centennial Park, and the dog was stolen there. Value of the mixed breed dog was placed at $50.

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