Here are your Sedalia Police crime reports for September 24, 2012.


Juvenile suffers serious injury falling off a moving vehicle Friday night

At 8:24 Friday night, Sedalia police reported an injury accident involving a male juvenile. According to the police report, the 17-year-old juvenile had reportedly jumped onto the trunk of a vehicle in the 1200 block of South Carr and fell off of it when it was moving. The juvenile struck his head on the pavement and received serious injuries. He was transported by helicopter to the University Hospital for treatment. There was no information on his condition.


Police make a Child Abuse Hotline Call after finding unattended children on West Main

At 7:27 Saturday morning, Sedalia police were sent to the area of Main and State Fair Blvd. on a report of young children in the area without any supervision. Officers were able to find the home and turned the children over to a relative. The police report states a call was made to the Missouri Child Abuse Hotline following the incident.


Sexually explicit photos posted online of a Sedalia woman

Friday evening, Sedalia police took a harassment complaint from a Sedalia woman in the 300 block of Buckner Court. According to the complainant, someone known to her had been sending harassing text messages to her. The victim also told officers the same person placed explicit photos of her online. The police report states charges are being sought in the case.


Sedalia woman arrested on an active warrant Friday night

At 8:24 Friday night during an investigation on a possible vehicle theft, officers found the complainant, identified as 21-year-old Cristianna Marshall of Sedalia, had an active warrant out of Pettis County for child abuse. She was arrested and taken to the Pettis County jail pending a $5000 bond.


56-year-old Sedalia man arrested for stealing and drug charges at Fav Trip

Around 7:00 Sunday morning, Sedalia police responded to Fav Trip at 216 West Broadway on a theft complaint. The police report states that while checking security tapes showing a suspect stealing items and leaving without paying, the suspect entered the store. Arrested at the scene was 56-year-old Thomas Bentley of Sedalia. The report also states Bentley was transported to the Pettis County Jail and placed on 24-hour hold pending formal charges of stealing, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.


Two suspects arrested at Walmart for shoplifting Sunday morning

At 10:32 Sunday morning, Sedalia police responded to the Walmart Store on two shoplifting suspects. Upon arrival, store personnel reported the two suspects, 24-year-old Miguel Carlos and 22-year-old Maribel Ubaldo both of Sedalia, had been observed changing the price tags on items to a lesser price, then checking out paying the lesser amount.  Both suspects were arrested and taken to the Pettis County Jail where they were booked and released pending court dates.


Woman arrested for stealing mushrooms

Around 4:30 Saturday afternoon, Sedalia police arrested 42-year-old Tina Marie Bradley of Sedalia for stealing a container of mushrooms from the Bings East Store.  At the time of the police report she was on 24-hour pending formal charges.


JC Penny’s management reports thefts at noon on Friday

Sedalia police received a theft complaint at noon on Friday from an Assistant Manager at the J.C. Penny’s Store. According to the complainant, two male suspects came into the store and ran from the store a little later with one of them carrying an armful of clothes. The police report states a license plate number of the vehicle the man left in has been given to the police.


Local insurance Company reports a burglary

At 11:44 Saturday morning, a complainant at Ron Bush Insurance located at 2501 East Broadway reported the business was burglarized sometime overnight. According to the owner and the manager, the place was ransacked with resulting damage. There was no information on the amount of damage or the value of stolen items. There were no suspects at news time.


Thieves stolea sewing machine out of a pickup bed in the 200 block of East 5th sometime over the weekend, according to a police report. There are no suspects in the theft. The sewing machine was worth $327 according to the victim’s mother.