Sedalia Police Reports For April 1, 2020
At 10 p.m. Tuesday night, Sedalia Police were called on a report of found property.Officers arrived in the 1700 block of South Ingram where Merari Pena of Sedalia reported that a trunk was left in her driveway that was not hers. The trunk and its contents were taken to be entered as found property.
Bothwell Hospital's emergency department contacted Sedalia Police to report a four year old boy was bitten by a dog Tuesday night. Police made contact with the father, Joshua James Wright, who reported that it was the family's dog that bit the boy. Sedalia Police released the boy from the hospital.
Tuesday night, Sedalia Police observed a silver Grand Prix east bound on West 16th street with a headlight out. Officers recognized the car to be driven by a subject without a license. The car was stopped in the 1500 block of East 16th where the driver, Andrew Justin Max Lange, 20, of Sedalia was arrested on charges of Driving Without a Valid Driver's License and Failure to Maintain Proof of Financial Responsibility.
A Domestic Disturbance call was made Tuesday Evening, and Sedalia Police responded to the 1200 block of West 11th. During the investigation, it was discovered that one of the parties, Tammy S. Mosier, 62, of Sedalia had a warrant for her arrest. The subject was transported to the Pettis County Jail where bond was set at $1,500 cash or surety. No arrests were made regarding the disturbance.
Officers responded to a subject check Tuesday evening in the 700 Block of East Broadway and discovered a subject was having a reaction to a drug overdose. The Pettis County Ambulance District arrived and transported the subject for medical care. No charges are being requested.
The Jiffy Stop at 1722 West Broadway called Sedalia Police Tuesday afternoon for a case of Indecent Exposure. The worker reported at around 1:15 that morning a male subject came into the store and while inside, urinated on a corner and rug. The male left the store in a silver Dodge Caliber.
Tuesday Sedalia Police were called to the 1500 block of Osage Avenue in regard to a found wallet. An ID was inside, but Police were unable to find a phone number. Officers went to the last known address, but found the owner no longer lived there. The wallet was placed into Found Property.
Monday afternoon, Police responded to the 1200 block of South Massachusetts for a subject trespassing in a shed. Upon arrival, a computer check confirmed that Merle E Coke, 34, of Clinton, had an active Pettis County warrant for Probation Violation with a bond at $5,000 cash only. He also had an active warrant out of Saline County for a Probation Violation with a bond of $10,000 cash only. The subject was arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail.
Pettis County Ambulance, Sedalia Fire and Sedalia Police responded to an unconscious subject in the 100 block of East Fourth Monday afternoon. Officers arrived and started life saving efforts until relieved by emergency medical personnel. Medical personnel continued efforts until all life saving efforts were exhausted. The Pettis County Coroner responded to the scene and conducted a death investigation with Police, but at this time there was no evidence indicating foul play.
Tuesday morning Sedalia Police responded to Ollison Used Cars in the 2800 block of East 12th, for a report of property damage. The business owner, James R. Ollison, reported that someone damaged to rear garage door windows between Monday evening and Tuesday morning. The damage has been valued at $100 by the owner. A suspect has not been located at the time of the report.
Officers responded to the 200 Block of South Engineer Monday afternoon for a report of sexual assault. On arrival, Officers made contact with the victim, who identified the subject. At the time of the report, the suspect had not been located for questioning, and no arrest had been made.
Tuesday afternoon, Sedalia Police were called to report damage to a rear passenger window on a vehicle. Uleta R. Dove reported the damage had occurred between Sunday and Tuesday and was estimated at $150. At the time of the report there were no suspects.