Sedalia Police Reports For June 5, 2020
This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports.
In the early morning hours Friday, Dustyn L. Eppenauer reported that a non installed car stereo and a mig welder were stolen from his unlocked car in the 600 block of East Broadway between May 27th and May 30th. The items were valued at $250.
In the afternoon of May 29th, Sedalia Police took a report from the lobby of Headquarters of harassment that had occurred on the 27th. Contact was made with the victim, who provided suspect information. The investigation is pending, waiting on further evidence from the victim.
On the night of the 31st of May, Officers responded to a motor vehicle crash near the intersection of West 3rd and South Park. The driver of the vehicle, who was not named in the report, suffered what appeared to be moderate injuries and was transported from the scene by ambulance. The incident type was labeled as DWI and there was no further information in the report.
Thursday morning, Sedalia Police were dispatched to the 1000 block of North Grand for a person that was possibly not breathing. While travelling to the call, information became available that the person may be suffering from a drug related overdose. Officers arrived and found the person unresponsive. Narcan was administered and the person was monitored until further medical personnel arrived. The unnamed subject was transported to Bothwell Hospital by ambulance.
Thursday evening, Sedalia Police took a report at Headquarters in reference to a theft. Christopher K. Schott stated that sometime between October and December of 2019 a handgun was stolen from his residence in the 1400 block of South Carr.
Wednesday afternoon, Officers were dispatched to the 2000 block of East 14th in regard to a harassment call. Upon arrival, the complainant stated that the neighbor behind them had threatened them by putting their fist into his hand and making advances onto the complainant's property. A city summons for Peace Disturbance was issued to Arron C. Ray, 29, of Sedalia with a court date set.
Thursday morning, Sedalia Police were dispatched to the 300 block of West Broadway in regard to a subject check. In the course of contact, dispatch confirmed the subject had an active warrant through Pettis County for Failure To Appear. Darrick R. Cooper, 47, of St Louis, was arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail where he was given a cash only bond of $150.
Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of West 6th in regard to a disturbance Thursday afternoon. Upon arrival, Officers found a domestic in progress, in which one of the subjects had pushed the other and thrown something at them. Neither party wanted charges pressed and the incident was documented with a 12-hour log.
Wednesday afternoon, Police were dispatched to the 700 block of South Kentucky in regard to an incident of property damage. The victims, Benjamin M. Atwood and Tera C. Baker, said their landlord had put their belongings into a crawl space of the residence and had broken several items. They stated they wanted charges pressed against the landlord, though there is not sufficient evidence to do so at this time.
Thursday afternoon, June Stephens came to the Police Department to report damage to her vehicle. Stephens stated that someone had caused damage to her 2017 GMC Sierra pickup while parked at the Sedalia Walmart. The vehicle had damage to the passenger side rear quarter panel area. The damage appears to be caused by a shopping cart, and Stephens believed the incident happened on June 1st.
Sedalia Police were called to the 800 block of North Missouri Wednesday afternoon for a report of burglary. Entry was forced through a side window and several items had been taken. The unnamed suspect was identified, and the victim stated they would like to press charges. Charges have been submitted for Burglary in the 2nd Degree, Stealing, and Property Damage in the 2nd Degree.
On Wednesday June 3rd, a complainant contacted the Sedalia Police Department in regard to people dumping trash on their property. Teresa Chase requested a report to document the incident. Chase does not reside at this property.
On May 26th, Bothwell Regional Health Center made a police report regarding property damage caused to the control/drop arm at the entrance of the doctor parking lot located at 601 East 14th. The damage estimate was at $500 as the control/drop arm was broken off. The suspect was later identified through video surveillance and June 4th, Leroy E. Coonce, 52, of Sedalia, was issued a municipal court summons for Damage to Non City Property with a court date.