Pettis County Sheriff’s Reports for October 18, 2020
On Saturday, Oct. 17, Pettis County deputies conducted a traffic stop in the 3700 block of West Broadway. Deputies subsequently arrested 23-year-old Nicholaus Semler of Sedalia on a Pettis County warrant.
On Saturday, Oct. 17, Pettis County deputies took a report of illegal dumping at Forrest Park Road and South Grand. Images of the mailings inside the trash bag were taken and an investigation continues.
On Saturday, Oct. 17, Pettis County deputies took a report from Paul Zimmerschied of Sedalia, who stated that someone stole the license plates off his 2003 BMW sometime over the past month.
On Saturday, Oct. 17, Pettis County deputies took a report of an animal bite at Bothwell Regional Health Center.
On Saturday, Oct. 17, Pettis County deputies took a report of resisting arrest by flight in the area of Highway 65 and Rebar Road.
On Friday, Oct. 16, Pettis County deputies took a report of a two-vehicle, non-injury motor vehicle accident that occurred at the intersection of Highway Y and 127.
On Friday, Oct. 16, Pettis County deputies responded to Super 7 Motel, 5650 South Limit, on a vehicle check. Deputies subsequently arrested Jaylea Dove on a Municipal warrant and Melvin Osburn on Pettis County warrants, and also for receiving stolen property.
On Tuesday, Oct. 13, Pettis County deputies took a report of sexual misconduct involving a child under the age of 15. An investigation continues.
On Tuesday, Oct. 13, Bruce Norton reported a theft to the Pettis County Sheriffs Office. Taken were a plastic ammo box, containing his wallet, ID and debit card. Also taken were an unemployment card, along with one bottle of Oxycodone (55 pills), and one bottle of Prozac (55 pills), belong to his friend Christy Summers. The theft occurred on Monday, Oct. 12. The suspect was arrested on Monday afternoon on unrelated charges, the report said.
On Monday, Oct. 12, Pettis County deputies responded to Bluhm Road, west of Highway W, for a report of poaching. Upon arrival, it was discovered that approximately six geese were placed in two plastic bags and discarded after only the breast meat was removed. The Missouri Department of Conservation was notified and is handling the investigation.