Sedalia Police Reports For April 17, 2020
This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports.
Wednesday evening, Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of South Engineer for a property damage report. The victim, Donna Osbourn, stated that sometime in the last 24 hours, damage occurred to her vehicle. Osbourn was unsure how or where the incident happened and damages were estimated at approximately $1000.
Thursday evening, a caller reported a theft to Sedalia Police. Officers made contact with the caller, Robert P Franken, who said he had been scammed by Amazon. Franken said he contacted customer service at Amazon, and they requested he provide personal information and go purchase gift cards from a local store. Franken said he'd downloaded an application on his phone as directed, and they made additional charges to his checking account. There have been no arrests made at the time of the report.
Thursday afternoon an Officer was dispatched to the 1500 block of East 7th for a burglary report. The victim, not named in the report, stated the burglary occurred on March 11th of this year. Multiple items were stolen for a total value of $2,640.
Officers took a theft report Thursday afternoon. The victim, Laquetta Coy, said that one of her two license plates was stolen off her vehicle. The license plate was entered into NCIC and MULES as one of two license plates stolen.
Wednesday afternoon, a victim reported to the Police Station a burglary. Virginia Ward stated that since last February, someone has been using her information to order credit cards under her name.
Officers were dispatched to the Oats Bus office in the 100 block of West Pacific Wednesday afternoon for a report of harassment. The victim said a disgruntled customer had called a multitude of times and left voicemails with profanity and threats. Charges are being submitted to the state prosecutor for harassment.
Sedalia Police responded to the 300 block of West 10th in regards to a damaged vehicle Wednesday afternoon. Upon arrival, Officers determined the owner of the vehicle was not driving it when it was damaged. Officers took information from the owner, Miguel Carlos Pascual, and documented the damage to the vehicle. There were no injuries to any of the reporting parties.
In the morning hours of April 16th, Officers responded to the 1200 block of South Stewart in regards to a violation of a court order no longer in process. Evidence taken from the scene has been submitted to the MSHP crime lab and the investigation is ongoing.