Sedalia Police Reports For March 10, 2021
This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports.
Tuesday night, Officers responded to the 1100 block of East 13th Street in reference to a suicidal subject. The male subject said he was not suicidal, and made no attempts to hurt himself. The subject was run through Dispatch and confirmed to have an active Failure to Appear warrant out of Morgan County on original charges of Driving While Intoxicated and Driving While Revoked with no bond amount. Keith Henry Kirby, 52, of Sedalia, was arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail.
Monday evening, a report was taken from Albert W. Neyhart in the lobby of the Police Department in reference to a theft that occurred at the Break Time Store, 101 Rebar Road. Neyhart reported that he prepaid for gas and forgot to pump it. Neyhart later returned and a female subject had pumped gas that he had prepaid for. The female subject has not been identified at this time.
In the early morning hours of March 4th, Officers conducted a vehicle check in the south parking lot of Katy Park, 2200 South Grand Avenue. Upon contact with the driver, she was identified through Dispatch and discovered to have a suspended driving status. Savannah M. Romero, 20, of Sedalia, was arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail, where she was booked and released pending city charges of Driving While Suspended.
Tuesday afternoon, Officers responded to the 1900 block of West Broadway Boulevard for a report of domestic disturbance. When Officers arrived, contact was made with Tiffiney D. Proctor, who informed Officers that her ex had kicked in her back door and threatened to kill her prior to fleeing the scene. Later that night, Sedalia Police were called to the home again for a report of suspicious activity. Proctor stated a male broke one of her windows out of her house. State charges of Burglary, Property Damage, and Domestic Assault in the 4th Degree are being submitted to the prosecutor.
Sedalia Police were dispatched to the 1400 block of West 11th Street for a report of an illegal burn Tuesday evening. The caller was a member of the Sedalia Fire Department, who stated they were out with a subject who was burning leaves illegally and failed to obtain a burn permit. Upon arrival, Officers issued Kevin Louis Hanson, 52, of Sedalia, with a summons for Illegal Burning.
Tuesday morning, Officers attempted to conduct a traffic stop near the intersection of West 32nd Street and South Limit Avenue for a license violation. The vehicle failed to yield to emergency lights and sirens and fled west on B Highway. The Officers turned off his lights and sirens, and did not pursue the vehicle.
Officers conducted a traffic stop near the intersection of Plaza Avenue and South Limit Avenue for a license violation Monday night. Both the driver and the passenger were in possession of methamphetamine, marijuana and glass pipes. Brandon Lee Ulmer, 34, of Sedalia, and Cassandra R. Rea, 31, of Sedalia, were both arrested pending charges of Possession of a Dangerous Drug, Possession of Marijuana, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
Monday evening, Officers responded to the Dollar General store, 2500 West Broadway, for a report of found property. A lawn mower was located behind a dumpster. The lawn mower was collected and placed into evidence as found property.
Monday morning, Officers were dispatched to the Katy Park, 2200 South Grand Avenue, in reference to a subject with a gun in the park. Contact was made with the subject, who was in possession of a bb gun and did expose the bb gun to the public. The incident was documented and the bb gun was seized for destruction.
Tuesday morning, Sedalia Police were dispatched to the 1700 block of South Grand for a report of an illegal burn. The caller was a member of the Sedalia Fire Department, who stated that they were out with a subject who was burning leaves illegally, having failed to obtain a burn permit. Upon arrival, Officers issued Gregory Lowell Carlock, 61, of Sedalia, a summons for Illegal Burning.
Monday evening, Officers were sent to the 900 block of South Harrison Avenue in reference to two aggressive dogs. John Fellows reported the dogs had him cornered at his car. The dogs were found to belong to a homeowner in the area. The homeowner, who was not named in the report, stated she could not manage the dogs. Animal Control came to the scene and caught the dogs. The owner surrendered the dogs to the Sedalia Animal Shelter in lieu of charges of Animals Running at Large and Attacking/Biting Animals.
Sedalia Police were dispatched to the Police Station lobby for a report of theft Monday afternoon. Upon arrival, Officers met with Loye Parnnell, who stated that a known suspect stole four checks from him and forged his signature on the checks in attempt to cash the checks herself. Parnnell stated that the suspect was able to get away with $860.00 before he was able to stop the payment.
Officers took a report of theft Tuesday afternoon. Kenneth L. Shull reported that on the evening of March 7th, he went to the Wal Mart store, 3201 West Broadway, and used the ATM. On March 9th, Shull checked his transactions and found that $56.96 had been taken from his account, unverified by him. Shull believes that a subject that was roaming around him somehow was able to use the ATM to take the money. Shull was given a report number for him to take to the bank.
Tuesday afternoon, Officers were dispatched to the 3200 block of West 16th for a found property report. Officers made contact with Cameron Smith, who stated he found a wallet in the middle of 16th Street. Smith turned the wallet and its contents over to the Officer. The wallet will be placed into evidence for safekeeping.
Sedalia Police were dispatched to the Econo Lodge, 3501 West Broadway Boulevard Monday morning. The complainant found a female laying in a bed in a room that was supposed to be vacant. In checking further, someone had entered the ground level room through the window. The female refused to say who brought her to Sedalia, who she was with, or any other pertinent information concerning the incident. The female stated that she did not have the money to pay for the room, did not have an address, and had no phone number. Anna L. Eads, 43, of Columbia, was arrested for Theft (failure to pay for services of a hotel). Eads was transported to the Pettis County Jail for processing on the charge with a bond of $500.
Monday afternoon, an Officer was dispatched to the 400 block of North Mill Street in reference to a theft report. Robert C. Robinson reported an electric wheel chair and license plates were stolen from the residence. The stolen items were entered into MULES and NCIC as stolen items.
Tuesday morning, Officers were dispatched to the Sacred Heart School, 416 West Third Street, in reference to a found property report. A cell phone was found by a teacher near the dumpster and brought inside. The phone was entered into evidence at the Police Department for safe keeping.
Sedalia Police observed a subject operating a Chrysler van in the area of East 4th Street and South Summit Avenue Monday morning. The Officer knew the subject had warrants for her arrest. The vehicle was stopped, and contact was made with the subject. A computer check through Dispatch showed that Briana Nichole Williams, 27, of Warsaw, had two Failure to Appear warrants. The Pettis County Failure to Appear warrant was on original charges of Expired Plates, with a $60 cash only bond. The Johnson County Failure to Appear warrant was on original charges of Failure to Display License Plates with a $200 cash only bond. Williams was arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail, where court dates are to be determined.