Sedalia Police Crime Reports for June 27, 2019
Sedalia Police reports 6-27-19
Sedalia Police arrested 36-year-old Mario A. Madrid of Sedalia in the 300 block of W. 10th on Wednesday evening around 7:20. Madrid was wanted on a warrant with a $2,500 cash or surety bond. When officers arrived at his residence, Madrid reportedly came to the door, but then resisted arrest and assaulted a law enforcement officer. He was taken into custody, transported to the Pettis County Jail and charged with 4th degree assault, resisting arrest and also on the outstanding warrant.
Sedalia Police arrested 34-year-old Joshua J. Millsap at 14th and Limit Tuesday around 6:40 p.m. A computer check revealed Millsap was driving while revoked. He was taken to the Pettis County Jail, where he was booked and released.
Sedalia Police arrested 21-year-old Jose L. Herrera Aguilar of Sedalia at 20th and Osage around 10:20 p.m. Tuesday during a car stop. A computer check revealed Aguilar was operating a motor vehicle without a license. He was taken to the Pettis County Jail.
On June 21, Sedalia Police took a report from someone who lives in the 400 block of E. 7th who said that an unknown person went to the Post Office, and forged their name to change their address on May 10. A suspect was identified and charges of forgery are being sought.
Sedalia Police took a theft report from The Buckle, 890 Thompson Blvd., where a store rep said a female entered the store and stole a pair of jeans valued at $104, and damaged a shirt valued at $19.95.
Sedalia Police took a hit-and-run report from a woman who said she was struck by a silver Mazda from behind while waiting in a parking lot for traffic to clear before pulling out at 904 Thompson on Tuesday just after 3 p.m. The other driver then left the scene.
Sedalia Police arrested 26-year-old Jessica Yasmine Quetzecua of Sedalia at 1425 S. Limit at 3:45 a.m. Tuesday. A computer check revealed she was driving while suspended. She was also wanted on a Saline County warrant. A nine-year-old passenger was not wearing a seat belt at the time of the car stop. Quetzecua was taken into custody and transported to the Pettis County Jail on a $1,500 cash or surety bond. She was then booked and released.
On Monday, Sedalia Police took a report from a man who claimed that his roommate stole $540 of items from his residence on June 17. The suspect had not yet been located at the time of the report.
On Tuesday, a man reported that he lost his wallet in the Menard's lot, 4400 Wisconsin, on Sunday. Then on Tuesday, he discovered several unauthorized transactions on his bank statement that occurred on Monday.
On June 20, Sedalia Police took a report from someone who said they attempted to withdraw $40 from self-check at WalMart, 3201 W. Broadway, but forgot to take the cash. When they realized their mistake and returned, the cash was gone. There are no suspects.
On Monday, Sedalia Police took a report from a couple who claims they were scammed out of $400. According to the report, they applied for a loan online and was later contacted by someone claiming to be from the company. They told them to open up a new account and deposit $400, then purchase a Google Play card and provide the info on the back to the suspect, which they did. When they spoke with their bank, they discovered someone attempted to deposit two checks in the amount of $230 and $750. Both checks bounced. The victim's signature was forged on both checks, the report said.