Sedalia Police reports 6-19-19

Sedalia Police took a burglary report at Sedalia Automotive, 2101 S. Limit, on Monday morning. According to a report, a garage on the east side was broken into, and several items were taken, including a vacuum, batteries, battery packs, tires, rims, tools, gas containers, a floor jack and an air compressor.


Sedalia Police located several subjects on the roof in the Thompson Hills Shopping Center on June 11. Officers identified several suspects, and later damage to the roof was discovered on June 13.


34-year-old Joshua William Moulder of Sedalia was arrested in the 700 block of E. 10th on Monday night around 10:15 p.m. after officers responded to a domestic disturbance call. The report stated that one held the other one down and struck them. Moulder was taken to the Pettis County Jail on a 24-hour hold, pending the formal filing of charges for 3rd degree domestic assault.


Twelve people were arrested over a two-week period by the newly-formed Crime Resolution Unit, or CRU, according to a press release issued by the SPD on Wednesday morning. Eight officers have been patrolling high-crime areas in the City of Sedalia, resulting in the reporting of 199 incidents in 31 areas of concern where burglaries or trespassing incidents are more likely to occur. The CRU works in cooperation with the City's Community Development department.


Liquor Locker, 513 W. Main, reported on Monday that a subject paid for $26 of items with a fake $100 bill recently. Security footage of the suspect was provided to police.


The SPD is aware of an individual identifying their self as “Agent Johnson with the Sedalia Police Department” and demanding money from the victims they call on the phone. The SPD noted that it does not have “agents” and officers will never solicit money over the phone. Anyone suspicious of such a call should hang up & call 826-8100 to verify if legitimate law enforcement is trying to contact them.


Sally Beauty Supply, 3400 W. Broadway, reported on June 12 that two suspects stole $544 in merchandise. The merchandise was later located in a nearby vehicle and returned to the store. The suspects have not yet been located.


On June 13, a woman reported the theft of a lawn mower from her detached garage in the 1700 block of S. Osage sometime overnight.


On June 13, Sedalia Police took a forgery report from a man in the 1700 block of W. 20th who said that someone opened an account in his name, and that he received a bill in the mail, saying he owed T-Mobile for a past balance. The suspect was not identified.


On June 13, a man in the 500 block of W. Broadway said someone entered his home around 1 a.m. June 9, and stole $4,000 and a credit card. A suspect was named.

Randy Kirby
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