Around 12:30 Wednesday afternoon (Oct 5), Sedalia Police officers were dispatched to Albright Court in reference to a reported burglary in progress. Upon investigation, one subject involved, turned out to have a Pettis County warrant for driving while revoked. 37-year old Angela Ilene Teeter was arrested and taken to the Pettis County Jail, with a bond of $1,500.00.


Wednesday, Sedalia Police took a report from a victim who stated that $21.00 in cash and change, had been stolen from her vehicle in the 2400 block of Woodlawn Drive. The money was allegedly taken sometime during the overnight hours. There are no suspects at this time.


On Wednesday, Sedalia police were dispatched to the area of North Emmet Avenue for a report of harassment. The victim said someone created a fake clown Facebook account, to send her messages. There are no suspects at this time.


Holly R. Whited, 24, Kansas City, Mo., and Megan E. Wilt, 26, Lee's Summit, were both arrested by Sedalia Police after they allegedly shoplifted merchandise at Kohl's, 4300 Wisconsin, Tuesday evening around 7. Whited was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance. Both were transported to the Pettis County Jail.


Tiffany A. Ditzfeld, 30, Sedalia, was arrested for Driving While Suspended on Monday afternoon. An officer observed two vehicles that appeared to be in an accident at the intersection of Broadway and Moniteau. Ditzfeld was issued a citation and released, the report said. There was minor damage to one of the vehicles and no injuries reported.


Mario Alberto Madrid, 34, Sedalia, was arrested for DWI-Prior Offender, and Failure to Obey a Stop Sign after a traffic stop at 16th and Harrison on Tuesday. Madrid did poorly on a field sobriety test and scored a BAC of 0.292. He was taken to the Pettis County Jail. Madrid was also arrested Tuesday for stealing a beer at Break Time, 318 W. Broadway, after an employee followed him to 10th and Moniteau.


Glyness D. Williams. 45, was arrested after police responded to Break Time on an intoxicated female Monday afternoon. She was placed into protective custody and taken to Bothwell ER for a high level of intoxication.


Brandon Anthony Carlock, 32, Sedalia, was arrested on a Pettis County warrant (Driving While Revoked) on Tuesday. He was taken to the Pettis County Jail on a $5,000 bond.


Brandon Lee Koch, 32, Sedalia, was arrested Tuesday after a traffic stop at 10th and Moniteau on an active warrant for Probation and Parole out of Jeff City. He was transported to the Pettis County Jail and booked. His court date was to be announced.


John P. Nevels, 63, Sedalia, was arrested on a Probation and Parole violation Tuesday afternoon at 205 Thompson Road. He was transported to the Pettis County Jail. His court date was not yet determined at the time of the report.


James A. Thorne, 37, Sedalia, was arrested on a Municipal warrant Tuesday evening in the 1500 block of S. Vermont. He has a court date of Nov. 9.


Police took a hit-and-run report on Tuesday afternoon involving a vehicle that was sideswiped across from Wal-Mart (3171 W. Broadway) by a 2010 Audi (Kansas 321-CRD) which then left the scene.


Police took a hit-and-run report late Tuesday night at 511 S. Ohio. The suspect backed into the victim's car, then left the scene. Sedalia Police are following leads.


Police took a burglary report on Tuesday morning in the 900 block of E. 10th. Over the past 2-3 weeks, someone forced entry to the garage and basement, stealing multiple tools and other items.


On Monday morning, a citizen reported finding two tool bags lying in the street in the 1100 block of South Missouri. The owner has not yet been located, the report said.


A found bike was located in the 400 block of E. 10th on Tuesday morning. It is a purple Roadmaster NT Sport XS, 15-inch, six-speed. Both tires were flat. It was taken to the bike shed.


Police found an abandoned bike at Centennial Park, Shelter #3 at 1:17 a.m. Tuesday. It is a 20-inch, red Mongoose "Axe" with front and rear pegs. The bicycle was taken to the bike shed.

Randy Kirby