Sedalia Police Reports For April 7, 2020
Monday morning, an officer was called to the Sedalia Police Headquarters.When officers responded, contact was made with a female subject, Anjanae D. Williams of Sedalia, who reported that her WIC checks had either been stolen or lost.
Sedalia Police responded to the 500 block of West Benton street on Monday morning for a report of a burglary not in progress. David Allen Schoenherr of Sedalia reported property damage and items stolen from his business. The value of the stolen items is estimated at $3,100 and the value of the damaged property is $300. The investigation is ongoing.
Monday afternoon, Sedalia Police took a report over the phone in regards to a theft from a vehicle. Melinda Von Morrison reported that items with a value of $117 was taken from a vehicle in the 1800 block of South Harrison.
Officers were dispatched to the Missouri State Fairgrounds for a report of a found ID card. Police made contact with the caller Monday morning and attempted to make contact with the subject on the ID, finding that he is in prison The ID was placed into found property.
Sedalia Police were called Monday afternoon in reference to a burglary in the 400 Block of East 10th. Upon arrival, Officers were shown where a suspect had kicked the door in to gain entry. While in the residence, the suspect damaged items inside the house and the total damage was estimated at $2,500. There was a footprint on the door that was photographed. The suspects are known.
Officers took a report on the phone at the Police Department regarding a theft that took place in the 300 block of East 16th. Douglas R. Redinger told officers that property was stolen from his red truck. The property is valued at $250 and the investigation is on going.
Monday morning, Officers made contact with a subject in the 2700 block of West Broadway. During contact with the subject, Joseph V. Smith, he presented officers with a passport he found while he was walking. The passport was placed into evidence for safekeeping.
Sedalia Police were called to the 3200 block of West Broadway on a report of a subject who was in the roadway, yelling at cars driving by Monday morning. Officers made contact with the subject and ran his information through Dispatch. Dispatch confirmed the subject, Dustin E. Galloway, 37, of Sedalia, had a Failure to Appear Warrant out of Pettis County. The subject was placed under arrest and transported to the Pettis County Jail where he had a bond of $150 cash only.
Last Thursday afternoon, Police responded to a parking lot in the 2700 block of West Broadway in regards to a violation of a court order. After taking the initial information, Police met with the suspect, Mattie Lee Hood, 28, of Sedalia. Hood was placed under arrest and transported to the Pettis County Jail for a 24-hour hold.