This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports.

Wednesday morning, Officers were dispatched to the 700 block of East 24th Street in reference to a Violation of an Ex Parte. The caller stated her son was outside her home, honking the horn of his truck. Officers made contact with the suspect, who stated he was outside his mother's house, and was attempting to get his phone number to his grandmother. Brenten E. Schultz, 37, Homeless, was arrested for Violation of a Full Order of Protection as his mother is the protected party.


 

Sedalia Police responded to the 1600 block of South Engineer Avenue Wednesday afternoon for a report of harassment. Officers made contact with the reporting party, that stated she has an active trespass against her neighbor, and the neighbor won't stop coming to her door. Lori L. Hadley, 50, of Sedalia, was arrested for Trespassing in the 1st Degree and transported to the Pettis County Jail. Hadley was placed on a 24 hour hold.


 

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Officers conducted a warrant check in the 1500 block of South Grand Avenue Wednesday morning. Officers made contact with Angela Teeter, 43, of Sedalia. Teeter was found to have an active no bond Pettis County warrant for Possession of Marijuana and Driving While Revoked. Teeter was arrested on the warrants and transported to the Pettis County Jail.


 

On the morning of July 11th, Officers and Pettis County Deputies responded to the intersection of East 16th Street and South Montgomery Avenue in reference to a traffic accident. Officers spoke with Scott E. Butler, who stated he was struck from the rear by a vehicle, and the driver of that vehicle had fled the scene on foot.


 

Wednesday morning, Officers responded to the 1100 block of South Barrett Avenue for a report of an assault. Contact was made with a female subject, who reported that she was assaulted by a male suspect. The suspect left the scene before Officers arrived.


 

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