Sedalia Police Crime Reports for January 15, 2020
On Tuesday at 12:38 a.m., Sedalia Police responded to a disturbance call at 6th and Vermont. According to a report, the male said his girlfriend kicked his rental vehicle. While he didn't want to press charges on her, she was taken into custody and a computer check revealed 20-year-old Gabriela Marie Pascual was wanted on a misdemeanor Pettis County warrant. She was taken to the Pettis County Jail on a $95 bond. She now has a Jan. 28 court date.
Sedalia Police arrested 18-year-old Grant Krisna Barbour of Sedalia after a traffic stop at 2915 W. Broadway (Factory Connection) on Sunday around 10:45 p.m. on a vehicle doing 73 in a 35 mph zone. According to a report, the officer detected the odor of marijuana coming from the car. A subsequent search revealed marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Barbour was also charged with excessive acceleration, following too closely and speeding. He was arrested and released on scene. He now has a Feb. 19 court date.
Jim's Tire Express, 200 Winchester, reported that someone stole the radio out of a vehicle parked on the lot overnight at Monday morning. The dashboard and steering column in the vehicle were also damaged.
On Jan. 9, a man reported that his RV was broken into and several items taken while at ABC Mini Storage, 1300 West Main.
On Monday morning, Sedalia Police arrested 26-year-old Taylor A. Head of La Monte after a traffic stop at Woods West, 1400 South Limit. She was found to be driving while suspended. She was released with a court summons.
Sedalia Police conducted a traffic stop on a Ford Taurus at 2103 South Limit Monday morning. The driver was charged with failure to comply with a request to install an ignition interlock on the vehicle. The driver was later released from the scene.
Sedalia Police traveled to the Pettis-Johnson county line at Highway 50 and Route FF for a prisoner transfer Monday afternoon. 55-year-old Jason Reed Noble of Warrensburg was wanted on a Municipal warrant fro driving while suspended. Noble was taken to the Pettis County Jail on a $100 cash bond.
On Monday evening, a woman reported that she left her wallet in a shopping cart at WalMart, 3201 W. Broadway. When she returned, the wallet was gone. Value of the loss was estimated at $140. WalMart had no reports of a returned wallet.
On Monday, a man reported someone entered his vehicle in the 3100 block of Skyline Drive, and took his wallet.