This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports.


Sunday afternoon, Officers were called to a found property incident. The reporting party, Kaneesha Wulf, was in the Police Department lobby. Wulf found an ID card in the 200 block of South Ohio Avenue. The Missouri ID card was stored in the Police Department evidence locker for safe keeping until an owner retrieves their property.


 

Tuesday night, Officers conducted a traffic stop on a white Honda Accord near the intersection of West 14th Street and South Osage Avenue. The driver was found to be operating a motor vehicle without a valid driver's license. Seth Ryan Bourque, 33, of Sedalia, was arrested and released on scene with a summons.


 

Sedalia Police were dispatched to the 700 block of South Kentucky Avenue Tuesday night in reference to property damage. When Officers arrived, they spoke with Kayla D. Martin. Martin stated someone had slit two of her tires on her vehicle. The estimated cost of the damage was valued at $300. There have not been any arrests made at this time.


 

Officers were dispatched to the 1000 block of East 3rd Street Tuesday night in reference to a domestic assault. When Officers arrived, they spoke with the caller, who stated his granddaughter had punched him in the face several times earlier in the night. A juvenile referral was completed and forwarded to the Juvenile Office.


 

On the night of May 26th, Officers conducted an investigative stop on a vehicle that did not have any tail lights on in the area of West Broadway Boulevard and Industrial Drive. During the course of the investigation, it was determined the driver had a revoked driving status. Theodore Parker, 58, of Tipton, was arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail, where he was booked and released. A request for the charge of felony Driving While Revoked has been submitted to the prosecutor.


 

Sedalia Police were dispatched to assist on a traffic stop at the O Reilly Auto Parts store, 2414 West Broadway Boulevard, on the night of May 21st. When Officers arrived, they spoke with the driver and detected the odor of intoxicants on his breath. During the course of the investigation, it was determined the driver was intoxicated. Carlos A. Ceniceros Ramirez, 28, of Independence, was arrested and transported to the Sedalia Police Department. There, Ramirez provided a breath sample that showed his BAC to be above 0.08. Ramirez was issued a Uniform Traffic Ticket for Driving While Intoxicated, Speeding, and Improper Lane Use.


 

Tuesday night, Sedalia Police made a traffic stop on a vehicle in the area of West 32nd Street and South Limit Avenue. Contact was made with the driver. A computer check of her information revealed that her driver's license was revoked. Margaret M. Keele, 36, of Sedalia, was issued a summons for Driving While Revoked. Keele was released from the scene to a licensed driver.


 

Tuesday evening, Officers conducted a traffic stop in the area of East 5th Street and South Thompson Avenue for not displaying license plates. The driver was found to have a suspended license and no insurance. Mose Kenneth Watson, 45, of Sedalia, was arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail. Watson was booked and released pending municipal charges of Driving While Suspended and No Proof of Insurance.


 

Officers were dispatched to the 1000 block of South Lamine for a report of harassment Tuesday night. Upon arrival, Officers met with the victim, who stated that the night before, three juveniles came up to her house looking for her sons. The victim said the juveniles began to threaten her.


 

Tuesday morning, John T. Newland came to the Police Department to report his granddaughter's bicycle was stolen from his back porch. The bicycle was later located being ridden by a juvenile male suspect. The juvenile told Officers he took it out of someone's yard. The juvenile was released to his parents and the bicycle was returned to the owner. A referral will be submitted to the Pettis County Juvenile Office.


 

Sedalia Police stopped a vehicle Tuesday afternoon in the intersection of West Broadway Boulevard and South Sneed Avenue after observing the driver had a warrant for their arrest. Dispatch confirmed the warrant, which was issued by Saline County on a charge of Possession of a Controlled Substance. Stacey Soendker, 37, of Marshall, was arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail. Soendker was booked pending her $7500 personal recognizance bond.


 

Tuesday morning, Officers were dispatched to a residence in the 1100 block of East 6th Street for a report of trespassing. Deanna Gilmore reported an unknown male suspect was able to get into the apartment before fleeing the area.


 

Officers were dispatched to a home in the 500 block of West 7th Street for a burglary report Tuesday morning. Anthony Melton reported an unknown suspect entered the home and took cash, jewelry, and a speaker.


 

Saturday afternoon, Officers initiated a traffic stop on a car near East 4th Street and South Washington Avenue for failing to stop at a stop sign. A check through Dispatch showed the driver had an active Warrensburg warrant for Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia with a $400 cash-only bond, and two active Buchanan County warrants for Failure to Appear (one misdemeanor, one felony)on original charges of Non-Support with a total cash-only bond of $3,000. Shaun Michael Hogan, 41, of Warrensburg, was arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail to be booked on his warrants.


 

On the afternoon of May 25th, Officers conducted a traffic stop near the intersection of West 2nd Street and South Stewart Avenue after recognizing the driver as a wanted person. Terez Dominique Lewis, 33, of Sedalia, was arrested for his active Pettis County Probation Violation warrant on original charges of Failure to Wear a Seat Belt and Resisting Arrest. Lewis was transported to the Pettis County Jail pending a $2500 cash or surety bond.


 

Tuesday morning, Officers spoke with Robert Biermann over the phone in reference to theft. Biermann stated that the day before, he was playing basketball at the Heckart Community Center when his debit/credit card was stolen from his wallet.


 

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