This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department crime reports. 


 

In the early morning hours of December 15th, Officers responded to the area of North Depp and East Howard Avenue to investigate a hit and run crash report. Information for the report was collected from Krista Johnson.


 

Monday afternoon, Officers stopped a silver Chevrolet Impala in the area of East Broadway Boulevard and South Ingram Avenue, because it had no license plates. The vehicle’s brake lights were also not working. The driver of the vehicle had four warrants for her arrest. Jade A. Clay, 22, of Sedalia, was arrested for her Failure to Appear warrants on original charges of Operating a Motor Vehicle on the Highway Without a Valid License, Expired Plates, Operating a Motor Vehicle Without Maintaining Financial Responsibility, and Speeding (20-25) MPH. The warrants were all from a traffic stop in the 4200 block of West Main Street in July of 2023. Clay was transported to the Pettis County Jail to be booked, with a total bond of $490 cash only.


 

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On the afternoon of December 18th, Officers responded to the 2500 block of Wing Avenue in reference to a theft report. Officers made contact with the reporting party, who told Officers their vehicle was broken into in the overnight hours. An ID card and several credit/debit cards were stolen. Officers collected the information and submitted a report.


 

Last Friday afternoon, Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of South Engineer Avenue for a report of a hit and run accident. Information was gathered form the victim and a witness. Video evidence was also collected, and a report was completed.


 

Sedalia Police received a call regarding a possible fraudulent check at the Lend Nation, 818 South Limit Avenue. Officers spoke with the subject, and seized the check. A report was made for documentation purposes. The report notes nothing further is available at this time.


 

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