Sedalia Police Crime Reports for September 16, 2019
Sedalia Police reports 9-16-19
On Sept. 11, Sedalia Police responded to the 2200 block of S. Washington around 10:45 p.m. where a man was hit by a motor vehicle while riding his moped. The vehicle left the scene before officers' arrival. The victim was taken to BRHC with minor to moderate injuries.
On Sept. 12, Sedalia Police responded to the 1700 block of South Montgomery. According to a report, two dogs belonging to 28-year-old Nicole Lynn Berg entered a yard at 1816 South Brown and killed the owner's cat, and took the dead animal with them. Berg was issued a Municipal summons for Animals Running at Large. According to the report, Animal Control has visited the residence before. Berg now has an Oct. 10 court date.
Sedalia Police conducted a traffic stop at 20th and Missouri on Sept. 12 around 11:30 p.m. According to a report, a strong odor of marijuana was detected coming from the vehicle. A probable cause search revealed several THC items and an open bottle of alcohol. All were seized. The driver, 25-year-old Treston Dontrell Clay of Sedalia, was issued a Municipal summons with an Oct. 16 court date.
On Sept. 11, a man reported the theft of a cell phone from an unlocked truck parked in the 100 block of Dundee. Suspect information was gathered.
On Sept. 12, a woman reported a hit-and-run at 318 W. Broadway just before noon. According to a report, the suspect backed into her car while she was gassing up, then left the scene, resulting in a dent on the rear driver's side panel.
Sedalia Police conducted a traffic stop at Waterloo Road and East Road for expired tags just before 9:30 a.m. Sept. 12. 30-year-old Raymond C. Berry of Sedalia was wanted on a Marshall warrant for no proof of insurance. He was turned over to Marshall Police. His bond was $100.
Sedalia Police conducted a traffic stop at 5th and Montgomery just after 7:30 p.m. Sept. 12 on a old blue Chevy for no rear plate. The diver, 49-year-old Craig Daniel Spain of Sedalia, was found to be in possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.
Walmart, 3201 W. Broadway, reported that two suspect paid for merchandise with fake dollar bills and later returned the items at an out-of-state location.
Sedalia Police conducted a traffic stop at 4th and Kentucky just before 7 a.m. Sept. 12. A computer check revealed that 19-year-old Raylee Renee Scribner of Sedalia was wanted on a Saline County warrant for a traffic offense. She was turned over to Marshall Police with a $50 bond.