Sedalia Police Reports For April 15, 2020
This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports.
Monday evening, Sedalia Police took a report of a theft that occurred in the 200 block of South Quincy. The victim, Tiffany Gross, reported that her wallet was stolen from inside of her residence earlier in the day. Among the contents of the wallet were $13 in cash, multiple identification cards and debit cards.
Tuesday night, a subject came to the Police Station and reported that someone took her pre paid card from her car. The victim, Brenda G West, stated the suspects attempted to use the card at McDonalds that day. The reporting person stated the card was declined.
Sedalia Police responded to the area of East Main Street and South Washington Avenue for a report of a stolen vehicle being chased by the victim in another vehicle Tuesday evening. The vehicle was returned to the owner, Kennith Wood, and the reported suspect was released without charges.
Tuesday evening, Officers were on patrol in the area of West Main Street near West Broadway Boulevard when they passed a subject driving a Ford SUV eastbound on West Main Street who they knew had a suspended driver's license. A computer check through dispatch confirmed his suspended status. Due to COVID-19 concerns, a traffic stop and subsequent arrest were not performed, rather state charges will be submitted against the driver.
Tuesday afternoon, Jennifer Whitesell came to the Police Headquarters to report a runaway from New Haven at 1902 South Ingram. The complainant stated that a juvenile left the facility without permission.
Police responded to the area of East 10th and South Lafayette Tuesday afternoon. The complainant, Kimberly Moon, stated she found a kitchen knife in the area while walking. The knife was collected and placed in evidence as found property, as the owner is unknown.
On Monday, a complainant called the Sedalia Police in regards to the tires of a vehicle being slashed over the weekend. The vehicle is owned by the complainant's employer, and the employer would like charges pressed. A suspect has been identified.
Tuesday morning, Police were dispatched to the Breaktime in the 2800 block of West Broadway for a report of stealing. When Officers arrived, they spoke with the assistant manager, Ashley D. Crain. She stated that Monday evening, a woman came into the store and stole an energy drink and a package of Rolaids. The suspect was a white female with dark hair wearing medical scrubs. At the time of the report, surveillance video was not obtained and the suspect had not been located.
Tuesday morning, Matthew Dean Long reported his vehicle was struck while parked in the 700 block of East 10th. The value of the damage of the report was unknown and there was no suspect information.
Early Tuesday morning, an Officer responded to the 1200 block of South Park Avenue in reference to a missing person. The Officer made contact with the caller, Shannon Newton, who stated her 16-year-old son had ran away. He had not been located at the time of the report.
Sedalia Police and Emergency Crews were dispatched to the 900 block of Mitchell Road for an unresponsive subject Tuesday morning. Crews arrived finding an elderly female unresponsive and not breathing. Crews found a standing medical order of "do not resuscitate." There was no evidence of foul play and there was a pre-existing medical diagnosis.