Thursday evening, Sedalia Police were called to Liberty Park.The officer made contact with the victim, Kenneth Shultz, 21, of Sedalia who said he and his friends got into an argument and they had left in their vehicle with his belongings. His friends made no attempt to return the belongings.  There were two suspects, who were not listed in the report, and city stealing charges have been submitted. Upon further investigation it was found that Shultz had a local Failure to Appear warrant.  Shultz was arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail with a $100 cash only bond.


Thursday afternoon, Sedalia Police received a report of a missing juvenile in the 700 block of West Fourth Street.  Officers learned the juvenile was being disciplined and left the house without anyone noticing.  A short time later, the juvenile was located and returned to the parent.


Responding officers were called to the storage units at 1720 West Main Street early Thursday evening for a burglary complaint. Management reported that they had found two units with locks missing, and had contacted the renters. The complainant, Robert N Bishop, reported that the lock on his unit had been removed sometime in the past day and several items had been gone through, damaged, or removed. The missing property total dollar amount was not available at the time of the report.


At noon on Thursday, Sedalia Police responded to the area of 4th and Osage in reference to a physical domestic incident. Information was provided that a male had hit a female in the face in the area of US Bank at 116 West 4th. After investigation, the suspect, Koehn L Isenberg, 26, of Sedalia was arrested for Domestic Assault. The suspect was transported to the Pettis County Jail on a 24-hour hold.


Thursday afternoon a victim reported a hit and run to the Sedalia Police Headquarters. Alexis M Rodriguez reported that she was rear ended while she was driving on West Broadway near Thompson Boulevard. Rodriguez provided suspect information, and the suspect was contacted. No charges are being pursued at this time.


Police were called to Maksim's Market at 200 East Main street for a burglary report. On arrival, officers spoke with the business owner, Alla S Brichevaya, who stated someone damaged a window and entered the business but it appeared nothing was missing. A suspect has not been located.