This is a compilation of reports from the Pettis County Sheriff''s Office:

On Sunday, Pettis County deputies arrested Koley Harvard on two Pettis County warrants during a traffic stop in La Monte. Harvard was a passenger in the vehicle. He was taken to the Pettis County Jail.


 

On Saturday at 6:03 p.m., Pettis County deputies responded to the 30000 block of Clare Lane in Green Ridge for a property damage report. Stanislav Gudyma was subsequently placed into custody after he tried to flee the area.


 

On Saturday at 8:20 p.m., Pettis County deputies, the Missouri State Highway Patrol and PCAD responded to the 11000 block of US Highway 65 on a 911 call that requested law enforcement. Upon arrival, officers discovered two males with lacerations to their arms. Both subkjects sought medical treatment and were later released. The incident is currently being investigated by the Sheriff's Department.


 

On Friday at 7 p.m., Pettis County deputies received a report of allegations of physical abuse of a two-year-old white male by a subject known to him. The incident is being investigated by the Pettis County Sheriff's Office.


On Thursday, Pettis County deputies arrested Patricia Ragsdale while conducting a follow-up investigation in the 1600 block of South Wagner. She was wanted on a Saline County warrant with a $5,000 bond.


 

On Easter Sunday at 3:38 a.m., Pettis County deputies responded to the 20000 block of State Highway 127 on a burglar alarm. Upon arrival, deputies contacted two subjects, later identified as Alexis P. Meyer and Austin J. Darr, who were on the property. During the investigation, it was unclear if the subjects actually made entry into the residence. Both of them were issued court summons for trespassing and Darr was issued an additional summons for stealing a “No Trespassing” sign from a light post in the front yard of the residence.

Randy Kirby