Sedalia Police crime reports 10-26-17

Sedalia Police arrested Tyler R. Crutchfield, 21, Sedalia, for Driving While Revoked and Failure to Register With the DOR after a traffic stop at 1611 S. Limit at 208 a.m. Thursday on a black 1999 Dodge Durango. Crutchfield was taken to the Pettis County Jail, where he was booked and released.


Two men were arrested by Sedalia Police Wednesday morning at the Sedalia Police Department on warrants. Taken into custody were 47-year-old Roger Paul Lee and 25-year-old Bradley Allen Simons, both of Sedalia.


 

On Oct. 20, Cora J. Comfort reported that someone struck her car with a baseball bat several times while she was inside her vehicle at 12th and Marvin. The suspect had not yet been located at the time of the report.


 

On Wednesday, Cassidy R. Ellsworth reported the theft of her 2000 Chevy van, which was parked on the east side of Harbor Freight, 1705 W. Broadway. According to a report, the van was unlocked with the keys in the visor.


 

Theresa Ousely reported on Wednesday that someone used her debit card without her permission sometime between Oct. 10 and 25. The total amount stolen was unknown. According to a report, the card has since been canceled and a new account opened.


 

On Wednesday, Inter-State Studios, 3500 Snyder Ave., reported to police that someone has been stealing from the business. The investigation continues.


 

On Thursday, Joel D. Chappell reported that someone stole two firearms from his vehicle in the 800 block of S. Barrett. There are no suspects.


 

On Monday, Robert Turco reported that when his vehicle was towed from an accident scene, his wallet was missing from vehicle between Oct. 21 and 23.


 

On Thursday at 12:10 a.m. at 24th and Grand, Isaiah G. Cochran reported a hit-and-run. According to a report, the suspect vehicle clipped Cochran's car, causing him to hit a pole. The suspect then left the scene.

Randy Kirby