This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports.

Tuesday evening, Officers met with Amber N. Owen in the lobby of the Police Department.  Owen advised that she had left clothing in the  machines Monday morning at the Elite Laundromat in the 3200 block of West 16th Street, and the clothes had been stolen. Approximately $765 in clothing items were reported missing.


 

Sedalia Police performed a traffic stop Tuesday morning on a red Toyota Camry for expired registration. Upon contact with the driver, the driver did not have a driver's license.  Further investigation revealed he was 15 years old.  The driver, who was not named in the report, was issued a citation for No Operator's Status and given a court date.  A family member was contacted to pick him up.


 

Tuesday morning, Krista Dawn Waltemeyer reported to the Sedalia Police that someone had fraudulently activated utilities in their name.  While the victim wanted to press charges, the offense occurred in 2012, so the statute of limitations has expired.


 

The Missouri Department of Social Services Children's Division reported to Sedalia Police Monday afternoon that a person, Warded to the State of Missouri, had left the state without permission. The location of the person is known to the state and is being followed up by the Children's Division.


 

Sedalia Police were dispatched to speak with a subject by phone Tuesday morning who wanted to report his wallet stolen from an unsecured vehicle in the 2400 block of Stacey Lane.  When Officers made contact with the victim, Richard R. Morenz, he stated his wallet was stolen sometime between Sunday and the morning of the report.  Morenz estimated $70 worth of items were taken from the unlocked vehicle.  There are no suspects at this time.


 

On the afternoon of June 18th, Tractor Supply in the 3900 block of Broadway Boulevard, found a wallet in the store and wasn't able to determine ownership.  The wallet was turned over to the Police Department and placed into evidence for safekeeping.