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Sedalia Police Crime Reports For July 11, 2012

Sedalia Police looking for a running man on multiple charges

At 1:23 Tuesday afternoon Sedalia police were dispatched to 14th and Carr on a suspect with a glass bottle. The police report states the suspect fled the area in a vehicle prior to their arrival, but they were able to locate the vehicle, and attempt to stop it. The suspect ref

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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Report: Morning of July 10

On Sunday, the Sedalia S.T.I.N.G. (Strike Team Investigations of Narcotics and Gangs) Unit served a search warrant at 1900 West 10th, Apartment C-6. The home was occupied by one suspect at the time of the service

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Lamonte Hazmat Team Investigates Unknown Substance that Injured Two Officers at Casey’s General Store

The Pettis County Hazmat Team and Lamonte Volunteer Fire Department were summoned to the parking lot of the Casey’s General Store in Lamonte on the evening of Sunday, July 1, where and the area was cordoned off pending investigation of an the unknown chemical that injured two Lamonte police officers.

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Sedalia Police Rescue Orphaned Fawn [PHOTOS]

The Sedalia Police Department mandate of "Protect and Serve" took on a whole new meaning this morning (June 29), when Officer Jessica Harris and the rest of the Sedalia Police Department set out to save an orphaned fawn that would otherwise have quickly become a victim in the wild.

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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Report: Morning of June 29, 2012

Early yesterday morning at 1:57, Sedalia Police went to the Bings East for a report of a juvenile in front of the store after curfew. The juvenile stated she was dropped off by a suspect because she had to leave for Kansas City and did not have time to take her where she would have proper supervision. The juvenile's parents were contacted where she returned home safely.

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Chicago Police Taser Pregnant Woman for Parking in Handicap Spot — Is It Fair? [VIDEO]

A Chicago police officer is being investigated for tasering an eight-month pregnant woman for parking in a handicap spot earlier this week). The cop claimed he didn’t know the woman was expecting.

But, that’s just the beginning of the story.

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Peace Officer’s Memorial Ceremony Honors Those Who Protect and Serve

The Sedalia Police Department will hold its 16th Annual Peace Officer's Memorial Ceremony on Tuesday, May 15, 2012, at the Municipal Building located at Second and Osage. Opening ceremonies will begin at 6 p.m., and will take about 20 minutes.  An open house and reception will follow until 8 o'clock.

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