Sedalia Police Reports for Afternoon March 20, 2020
On Thursday, 33-year-old Robert Farr was arrested near the 2700 block of W. Broadway for multiple charges including resisting arrest, violent drug possession, failure to appear, drug paraphernalia, and theft. Sedalia police say that the suspect was apprehended after attempting to flee on foot, and that he was wanted from previous crimes.
Late Wednesday evening, Sedalia officers conducted a traffic stop near the intersection of W. Broadway and S. Grand for a license violation. A passenger in the vehicle was identified and found to have three active warrants in Sedalia. The odor of marijuana was noticed coming from the vehicle, and a search turned up drugs and paraphernalia. Both the driver, Shane Mundy, and the passenger, Jacob Eaton were arrested for their respective charges.
Sedalia police picked up 26-year-old Koehn Isenburg for walking and dancing in the roadway of W. 16th street. Upon contact, officers say that he was unable to take care of himself at the time as he appeared to be under the influence of amphetamines. He was arrested for walking along the roadway when a sidewalk was present as well as a protective custody hold.
Early Thursday morning, Police were dispatched to the 700 block of E. 5th street for a vehicle check. They arrived to find a vehicle with the window busted out unbeknownst to the owner at the time. The owner did not know who might have the windows but the cost estimate was roughly $500. No arrests had been made at the time of the report.
Sedalia officers responded to a reference of property damage around noon on Thursday at the 1400 block of W. 4th street. Residents of the different properties stated that sometime overnight vandals had spray painted their garages with an acronym referencing a known gang. The graffiti was poorly done but caused permanent damage, and at the time of the report, there were no arrests made.
21-year-old Blake Hollon was arrested Thursday afternoon for the theft of two cell phones out of a car in the Walmart parking lot on W. Broadway. After police caught up to his vehicle, it was discovered that he already possessed a Pettis County warrant and a Sedalia Warrant.