Sedalia Police Crime Reports for Feb. 15, 2018
Sedalia Police reports 2-15-18
Sedalia Police arrested 25-year-old Bradley A. Simons of Sedalia at 713 E. Broadway at 11:43 p.m. Wednesday. He was wanted on four warrants – a Municipal warrant for Driving While Suspended ($200 cash), two Pettis County warrants for traffic offenses ($3,000 cash or surety), and a Benton County warrant for No Insurance ($200 cash). Simons was taken to the Pettis County Jail with a Municipal court date of March 14.
David J. Peak, 33, Sedalia, was arrested on a Municipal warrant ($50), and a Lee's Summit warrant ($200) near 13th and Ohio on Wednesday. Peak was taken to the Pettis County Jail and held pending the posting of bond or pending a transfer to Lee's Summit.
Sedalia Police arrested 28-year-old Erica J. Grant of Sedalia at the SPD after an Adair County warrant was confirmed while she was attending Municipal Court on Wednesday morning. Grant was taken into custody and transported to the Pettis County Jail on a $256.50 bond with a March 7 court date.
On Wednesday, Wilken Music, 207 S. Ohio, reported that a viola that was leased by a customer was not returned. According to a report, the viola was leased on Aug. 29. The January payment was not made and a certified letter was sent to the suspect, which she refused to sign for. The business tried to contact her by phone and email, but to no avail. Wilken will press charges of the instrument is not returned, the report said.
On Wednesday, a woman reported that someone stole several items from her unlocked car while she was shopping at the Sedalia WalMart for 30 minutes. Missing was her cell phone, prescription meds and cash, totaling $390 in value. There are no suspects.
On Wednesday morning, Sedalia Police received a report of two windows shot out at a residence at 1315 S. Carr, causing $70 in damage. There are no suspects.
On Wednesday morning, Sedalia Police located a dump truck at WalMart that had been stolen out of Chamois, Mo. The truck is owned by Midstate Pipeline.
On Wednesday a resident reported that someone entered his unlocked 1999 Chevy, which was parked on a private church lot at 2805 S. Ohio, and stole tools and electronics. There are no suspects.
On Wednesday afternoon, Sedalia Police took a found property report about a bicycle leaning against a tree at 1200 E. Broadway.