Sedalia Police Reports For April 13, 2020
This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports.
Sunday evening, Sedalia Police were dispatched to the 1400 block of West 11th street for a reference to a disturbance. The victim reported that she had been assaulted by her child's father. The suspect was not located. A request for the charges of Domestic Assault in the 3rd degree have been submitted.
Officers were called to the corner of West 7th and South Vermont avenue Sunday afternoon in reference to an accident. The driver of one of the vehicles initially left the scene but returned at the time of the investigation. That driver, Daniel Chmall Turner, 51, of Sedalia, was discovered to have an active Pettis County Warrant for Failure To Appear for a traffic offense. Turner was arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail where he was given a bond amount of $150 cash only with a court date. No charges for Leaving the Scene of an Accident are being requested at this time.
Sedalia Police were sent to the 200 block of Scott Joplin Court in reference to a male and female yelling at each other Sunday morning. Upon arrival, Officers met with the female victim. Officers observed marks around her neck, redness on her left cheek, the markings of a bruise on her chin and a cut to her left index finger. The male, Rance M Noble, 40, of Sedalia, would not talk to officers and locked himself in his residence. Noble contended he had stab wounds and attempted to show injuries from a knife to his hand and the right side of his abdomen. Officers were able to see a superficial laceration to his hand from thumb web to the heel and two inch superficial lacerations, parallel to each other on his side. Noble was told he was going to be placed under arrest and continued to stay inside the residence with the doors locked. After approximately nine hours of negotiations, the subject surrendered to and was arrested by the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Noble is being held pending prosecutor review of charges of Domestic Assault in the 2nd Degree and Resisting to Arrest and Interfering with an Investigation, Felony.
Sunday morning, Officers were dispatched to the area of West 4th Street and Dal Whi Mo Court in reference to a property damage report. Several vehicles in the area were damaged in the early morning hours.
Just before 9:00 a.m. Sunday morning, Officers responded to the 1400 Block of South Osage Avenue in regards to a domestic disturbance. Upon Arrival, it was determined there were minor physical injuries to both parties involved, but a primary aggressor could not be determined. The incident was documented in a 12 hour log for the address.
Saturday evening, Officers were patrolling the 1200 block of South Limit when they were flagged down by a citizen at the American Inn. The male said he had been assaulted by another resident of the American Inn. A witness came forwards and said he saw the suspect assault the victim. Officers made contact with the suspect over the phone and she admitted to the assault. The suspect refused to meet with Officers to be issued a summons because she had active warrants for her arrest. Charges will be submitted to the city prosecutor.
Sunday morning, Officers were dispatched to the Scott Joplin Court for a disturbance. The suspect, Katrice Deanna Gilmore, 29, of Sedalia, was arrested for Peace Disturbance and put in the back seat of a patrol car. While Gilmore was in the patrol car, she removed the handcuffs from her wrist. While an officer was standing next to the door of the patrol vehicle, Gilmore pushed the door with substantial force into the officer. Gilmore was transported to the Pettis County Jail on charges of Assault in the 4th Degree and Attempted Escape from Custody.
Saturday evening, Police were called to the 2700 block of Station Avenue for a report of Trespassing. Upon arrival, Officers made contact with the suspect, Leah Fawn Ferolito, 35, of Sedalia. Ferolito was not making any attempt to leave the residence she was trespassing on. It was apparent the subject could not take care of her self in her intoxicated condition, so she was arrested for safekeeping and transported to the Pettis County Jail on a 12 hour hold.
Early Sunday morning, Police were dispatched to the Truman inn in reference to a subject with a gun. When Officers arrived, the suspect was not located. Contact was made with the caller, who said there was a man at her door with a gun but did not want to pursue charges.
Saturday morning, an Officer was dispatched for an animal bite report. The victim stated that her own dog bit her while she was breaking up a fight between two of her dogs.
Friday afternoon, Police responded to the 300 block of West 10th in regards to a burglary no longer in progress. A house was broken into and items were stolen from the inside. The total value of the stolen items is $670.89 and the value of the damaged property is $100. The investigation is ongoing.
A disturbance call was made on Friday afternoon in the 1600 block of South Ingram. Upon arrival, there was no longer a disturbance and one of the parties had left the area. Officers met with a subject and ran his information through dispatch. Dispatch confirmed that the subject had a felony Possession of a Controlled Substance warrant out of Pettis County with a $7500 bond. The subject was placed under arrest and transported to the Pettis County Jail.
Saturday morning, Sedalia Police were called to the 1700 Block of West 3rd in reference to a disturbance between two juveniles where a car window was broken out. The parents of the juveniles were called and at the conclusion of the investigation, the parents made arrangements to handle the damaged property.
Sedalia Police were dispatched to the area of 6th and Dal Whi Mo on a vehicle check Saturday morning. When Officers arrived, they found a vehicle with damage to the windshield and both driver side windows. Officers made contact with the owner, who confirmed the damage was new. He estimated the damage to the vehicle to be around $500. There have been no arrests at this time.
Friday night, Officers were called to the 2300 block of West 5th street in regard to a disturbance between two adult sisters. Both parties were separated for the evening, after officers were unable to determine a primary physical aggressor. A 12 hour domestic log was made of the incident.
A subject came to the Sedalia Police Station lobby on a child custody issue Friday afternoon. The subject stated that earlier that morning, his girlfriend assaulted him at their home in the 1100 block of South Harding. The subject had a very minor scratch on his hand. While speaking with him, the female in question showed up. The female also had a very small mark on her lip. Officers were unable to determine a primary aggressor and filed a 12 hour log of the incident.
Friday Afternoon, an Officer was dispatched to the 2000 block of East 7th street in reference to a property damage report. The complainant said that between the hours of 4:00 a.m. to 7:30 a.m., two of his truck tires were flattened.
In the evening of April 6, a female victim came to the Police Headquarters to report a Violation of Full Order of Protection. The female stated her ex boyfriend had violated the court order by contacting her, through messaging, after their court date.
Friday morning, Police responded to the 1500 block of South Washington in regards to a found bicycle. The bicycle was dropped at the house by an unknown male who didn't leave any contact information with the resident there. The bicycle was taken to the Police Station for safekeeping.
Police were dispatched to the 2000 block of East 7th Friday morning for a report of property damage. On arrival, officers made contact with the reporting person who stated someone damaged the hood and right fender of his truck. The truck was parked in the reporting person's driveway at the time of the incident.
Thursday night, Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of Engineer Avenue on a report of theft. On arrival, contact was made with the reporting person, who stated someone took her wallet out of her book bag. The reporting person stated the incident happened within the previous 24 hours. The wallet is black with a hot pink strap, and contained a gold chain and locket. The locket is shaped like half a heart and corrugated on the left side, and engraved with TA AMO. $60 in cash, five debit cards, a Social Security Card, and a Missouri ID card were also stolen.
Thursday evening, Police were called to the 400 block of North Prospect for a complaint of drug possession. The home owner called and complained that they had found a small amount of marijuana in a family member's room. Officers arrived and made contact with the suspect, Justin Rydell Rogers, 17, of Sedalia. Rogers was issued a court summons for Marijuana Possession with a court date.
The Sedalia Animal Shelter at 2420 South New York called Sedalia Police Thursday morning for a property damage report. Speaking with the employee, officers discovered a vehicle drove through the dog walking trail and damaged two culverts. The vehicle also damaged two concrete parking blocks on the property and drove through the grass in the front of the building. The vehicle and suspect have been identified. The total value of the damage is approximately $640. City charges of Careless Driving and Destruction of City Property are being sent to the prosecutor.
On April 8, Sedalia Police received a report of cell phone being stolen on April 4. The cell phone was left in a vehicle of another and the vehicle owner is now refusing to return it. The phone was valued at $209. At the time of the report, there was no suspect information.
Wednesday afternoon, April 8, Officers were dispatched to a report of a house fire with unknown people inside. When Police arrived, they could see smoke and flames coming out of the windows. Fire and ambulance arrived at the scene, where firemen put out the fire. The investigation revealed no one was inside and the residents were notified, and came to the scene. Sedalia Fire determined that the house fire did not appear to be purposefully set.
Last Wednesday afternoon, Sedalia Police assisted the Missouri Department of Social Services - Children's Division with an investigation. Children's Division received a hotline regarding possible child abuse in a home. The investigation is being reviewed by Children's Division.
Thursday afternoon, Officers spoke with a complainant who stated that while riding his bicycle in the 600 block of East 16th Street, he found a cellular phone in the roadway. The phone was placed into evidence.
Thursday morning, a complainant came to the lobby of the Police Headquarters to report that someone had added a phone to his AT&T account without his authorization.
Last Wednesday afternoon, Police responded to the Woods Supermarket in the 700 block of East Broadway for a theft in progress. Officers arrived, making contact with the suspect, Carlese Lavonne Overton, 22, of Sedalia outside the store. Overton was found to possess two bottles of alcohol she hadn't paid for, valued at $100. Overton was arrested without incident, but was released at the scene with a summons pending a July court date for Stealing/Shoplifting.