Sedalia Police crime reports 8-7-17
On Saturday morning, Sedalia Police arrested Bobby Del Privitt, 56, for 2nd Degree Domestic Assault after officers responded to a domestic violence call on James Road. According to the report, the victim said the suspect was drunk and assaulted her. The suspect claims he was not drunk and the caller injured her thump she she struck him. The officer observed swelling in her left foot and a scratch on her right foot due to the suspect stomping on her feet. Privitt was taken to the Pettis County Jail.


Adam T. Schock, 32, Sedalia, was arrested after police conducted a traffic stop for speeding at Broadway and Engineer Sunday morning around 6:30. Schock was wanted on a Cole County warrant. He was taken to the Pettis County Jail on a $200 bond.


Oscar Marcos, 17, Sedalia, was arrested for minor in possession of intoxicants after Sedalia Police received a call from McDonald's, 1611 S. Limit, on an intoxicated driver in their drive-through at 12:36 a.m. Monday. AN officer observed the white Ford F-150 leave the lot and make an improper turn at 16th and Limit, then veer to the far left side of the road on eastbound 16th street. A resulting traffic stop showed there were open beer bottles in the truck. Marcos was issued a Municipal summons.


Martha Leticia Granados, 19, Sedalia, was arrested after a traffic stop at Broadway and Missouri Friday evening. A computer check revealed that Granados was wanted on a Municipal warrant. She was taken to the Pettis County Jail.


Nicholaus Allen Semler, 19, Sedalia, was arrested after Sedalia Police responded to a 911 hang-up at 2:52 p.m. Sunday. The suspect had a Municipal warrant. He was taken to the Pettis County Jail on a $50 bond and a Sept. 6 court date.


On Sunday, Marisa P. Bouse reported that when she got out of jail on July 31 and returned to her house in the 1300 block of S. Osage, she discovered her cell phone, valued at $275, was missing. There are no suspects in the case.


On Sunday, Montye W. Hagele reported that a vehicle has struck his fence, causing $1,500 of damage in the 400 block of Dal Whi MO Court.


On Friday evening, Ashly A. McGovern reported that someone slashed a tire on her vehicle, causing $150 of damage at 3201 W. Broadway. There are no suspects.



On Friday, Theresa A. Wolf reported that her last tenant stole appliances and damaged her property in the 1400 block of S. Moniteau, causing a loss of $3,300. The report is being forwarded to the prosecutor.


On Saturday, Kevin Ditzfeld and Michael W. Adams, members of a local organization, reported that a debit card was fraudulently used three times to make purchases out of state, totaling $1,200. There is limited suspect information, the report said.


On Sunday, Brandon C. Walker reported the theft of a pistol, valued at $500, from his vehicle in the 1900 block of W. 5th. There are no suspects.


On Friday, Aaron's Rentals, 1200 S. Limit, reported that someone leased close to $5,000 of household items from the store and stopped paying for them. There is one suspect in the case. Charges have been submitted to the prosecutor.


On Saturday morning, Linda K. Murray reportd that four tires on her 1994 Lincoln Town Car were slashed, causing $800 of damage, and also someone cut a padlock to her shed and stole a push lawn mower valued at $250 in the 2200 block of W. 5th. There is one suspect in the case.


On Sunday morning, Garrett J. Young reported $3,000 of property missing from his 2006 Chrysler that was parked at a business at 3501 S. Limit. According to the report, the car was unlocked. There are no suspects.


On Saturday, Dollar Tree, 3107 W. Broadway, reported that an employee stole $300 from the business. There are two possible suspects in the case.

Randy Kirby
Randy Kirby

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