Sedalia Police Reports For April 29, 2020
This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports.
In the early morning hours Wednesday, Sedalia Police were dispatched to the 500 block of West 5th street on a report of property damage. Christina L. Brown reported that her juvenile son had broken windows out of her car.
Tuesday afternoon, Mathew A. Burdett reported to Sedalia Police a possible forgery that occurred in Kansas City. An assist agency report was completed as the offense occurred within the Kansas City, Missouri jurisdiction.
Sedalia Police took a report of a theft not in progress Tuesday afternoon. The caller, Ali J. Bartlett, stated that a subject had stolen her cell phone after giving him a ride to the area of South Lamine and East 13th Street earlier in the day.
Monday afternoon, Stephanie Buckner reported she had been assaulted by a known male subject in 600 block of Moniteau Avenue. Buckner received injuries as a result of the assault. At the time of the report, the subject hadn't been located. A summons for assault is being submitted to the Municipal Court.
On Monday, April 27, a report was made in regard to a pornographic image being shared in the course of a 6th grade class being conducted through Zoom. The incident occurred on Friday, April 24.
Sedalia Police responded to the 300 block of South Ohio Avenue, Edward Jones Investments. Damage to a utility line was found, consisting of a phone line cut. The damage was valued at $600. At the time of the report there was no information on who cut the line.
Tuesday morning, a 2002 Dodge Caravan was found damaged in the 1200 block of Hancock Avenue. The reporting party, Jordan L. Layman, stated a rear window had been broken out, and the value of the damage was estimated at about $215. At the time of the report, there is no information on how the window was damaged.
Police were dispatched to the 1600 block of South Montgomery for a found property report Tuesday morning. On arrival, Officers made contact with the complainant, Kevin W Wagenknecht, who stated he found a license plate in the area. The plate was collected and placed in found property at the Sedalia Police Headquarters. The owner was unable to be contacted at the time of the report.
The Dollar Store at 619 North Ohio avenue reported a theft from the store Tuesday morning. Management reported a male and female entered the store and stole $6.88 in items. Officers investigating the theft were able to identify the suspects. Formal charges are being submitted to the Pettis County Prosecutor to review.