Just before 8:00 Monday night (Sept 4), Sedalia Police conducted a traffic stop near W. Saline Street and Scott Joplin Court. The driver reportedly had a revoked license and an active FTA warrant from Jackson County. The driver, 40-year old Charles J. Culbertson, of Blue Springs, was arrested and taken to the Pettis County Jail, with a $1,000 bond.


On Monday (Sept 4), Sedalia Police check on a house in the 200 block of N. Harding Ave at the request of the property owner. According to the report, a man was located inside the house. The suspect, 31-year old Nick Ryan Noble, was arrested and taken to the Pettis County, pending a state charge of 1st Degree Trespassing.


Around 10:30 Saturday night (Sept 2). Sedalia Police conducted a traffic stop near W. 3rd Street and S. Missouri Ave. for a vehicle with no functioning headlights. Police spoke with the driver and a passenger. According to the report, the passenger, 46-year old Tammy Sue Brown, had a Pettis County probation violation warrant and a felony warrant for theft. Brown was arrested and taken to the Pettis County Jail, with a total bond of $8,250.


Sedalia Police conducted a county-line transfer on Saturday (Sept 2), for a woman who had a FTA warrant from Sedalia. 40-year old Kelley Gene Rohr was taken into custody. Rohr was transported to the Pettis County Jail, with a bond of $93.50. There were no further details listed in that report.


On Tuesday (Sept 5), Sedalia Police took a report of forgery at CVS Pharmacy, located at 100 E. Broadway Blvd. According to the report, management told officers that two separate men came into the store with the same prescription for a narcotic. The prescription reportedly came from the same doctor in the Kansas City area. Management called the doctor's office and doctor said the prescriptions were not from her and the signature had been forged. At this time, the suspect have not been located. There were no further details listed in the report.


On Monday (Sept 4), Sedalia Police were dispatched to the 3700 block of S. Kentucky Ave. for a reported theft from a motor vehicle. The owner stated that someone had entered the vehicle and stole a handgun and hunting knife. The combined value of the items was estimated at $650. There are no suspects at this time.