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

Late Saturday night, a car was stopped in the area of West 6th Street and South Grand Avenue because it was failing to maintain its lane. The driver had no license, and was intoxicated. Jorge Fernado Caliz-Maquin, 20, of Sedalia, was placed under arrest. Caliz-Maquin was transported to the Pettis County Jail to be booked on charges of Driving While Intoxicated, Operating a Motor Vehicle Without a License, Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility, Purchase or Possession of Intoxicating Liquor by a Minor, and No Child Restraint. Caliz-Maquin was issued a notice of suspension* and released to a sober driver with a citation.


 

Sunday afternoon, Officers responded to the Wal Mart store, 3201 West Broadway Boulevard in reference to a past theft. On arrival, Officers made contact with Wal Mart Asset Protection employees. The suspect was identified, and charges are being sought. There was no further information in the report.


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Officers performed a traffic stop early Thursday morning in the area of East Broadway Boulevard and South Lamine Avenue. The driver of the vehicle was found to be operating on a revoked license. Juan R. Nunez-Mancilla, 40, of Sedalia, was arrested for Driving While Revoked, and then released from the scene.


 

Sedalia Police conducted a traffic stop in the area of the 2000 block of South Limit Avenue on the evening of January 21st. Following an investigation on scene, a suspicious temporary license plate was sized, and believed to be a forgery.


 

*Caliz-Maquin had been issued citations on October 13, 2023 for No Operator’s License and Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility. Since the suspect didn’t have a Missouri driver’s license then and does not have one now, the charge may be bumped from a Class D misdemeanor to a Class A misdemeanor, which could result in jail time up to a year and a fine. The notice of suspension may refer to 302.400 through 302.425, which states that anyone under 21 years of age may have his or her driving privilege suspended for 90 days for a first offense (or revoked for one year for a subsequent offense) for any one of the following reasons:
1. Any alcohol-related traffic offense.
2. Any offense involving the possession or use of alcohol while operating a motor vehicle.
3. Any offense involving the possession or use of drugs.
4. Any offense involving the alteration, modification or misrepresentation of a driver license.
5. A second offense involving the possession or use of alcohol by someone under 18 years of age.


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