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

Monday evening, Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of East 4th Street. Officers arrived and observed a male who was intoxicated drinking underneath a staircase at an apartment complex. The male subject had urinated on himself. PCAD transported the subject to the hospital, where Officers took custody. Sergei S. Gludush, 43, Homeless, was transported to the Pettis County Jail to be placed on a 12 hour protective custody hold.


Sedalia Police took a theft report Sunday night at the Wal-Mart store, 3201 West Broadway Boulevard. Officers spoke with Patricia H. Martin, who stated her golf clubs were stolen from her vehicle while she was shopping inside the store. The suspect is unknown at the time of the report.


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Officers spoke with Yvonne Miley Monday morning via telephone. Miley explained to Police that sometime between Sunday night and Monday morning, her 2000 red Dodge Dakota had been stolen from her residence in the 600 block of East 10th Street. The vehicle has since been recovered, and Miley was informed of its location. The vehicle was involved overnight in an incident with another agency. There are no suspects at this time.


On the evening of February 2nd, Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of East 7th Street in reference to a subject check. A computer check showed they had an active Failure to Appear warrant from Pettis County on original charges of Domestic Assault in the 4th Degree. Salina Nicole McCollom, 35, of Sedalia, was arrested for her warrant and transported to the Pettis County Jail. McCollom was booked in and given a bond of $2500 cash or surety.


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