This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports.

Monday evening, Officers responded to the 900 block of South Marshall Avenue for a report of an unconscious person. When Officers arrived, contact was made with the caller. Officers entered the residence. Officers located a deceased male subject inside the residence. An investigation was completed, and foul play is not suspected. At the request of the family, the deceased subject was transported to the Rea Funeral Home for further arrangements.


Sedalia Police performed a traffic stop on a maroon Saturn passenger car early Tuesday morning, because the vehicle did not have any license plates. The traffic stop took place in the area of Clarendon Road and Anderson Avenue. Officers spoke to the driver and a single passenger, and performed a computer check on their information to Dispatch. The driver, Skylar Dawn Blagden, 21, of Warrensburg, had a suspended driver's license and two active warrants for her arrest. One was for Johnson County for Stealing, and the other was a Failure to Appear warrant from Pettis County on original charges of Failure to Register a Motor Vehicle. Blagden was arrested on the warrants, and charges of Driving While Suspended, No Proof of Insurance, and Failure to Register a Motor Vehicle. Total bond for Blagden was $5,089.50. The passenger, Izaak Harlan Bartley, 19, of Sedalia, had a Johnson County warrant for stealing with a $5,000 cash-only bond. Both Blagden and Bartley were transported to the Pettis County Jail.


Last Thursday afternoon, Officers were dispatched to the Wal Mart store, 3201 West Broadway Boulevard, for a report of stealing. When Officers arrived, they made contact with the Asset Protection Associate. They had a female subject in their office that had been observed stealing $82.16 worth of merchandise. She had taken clothing off the racks and taken the merchandise to the service desk to return for cash. Amy S. Hayes, 36, of Marshall, was arrested for Stealing and transported to the Pettis County Sheriff's Office to be booked and released. A copy of the surveillance video was placed into evidence.


Sedalia Police were dispatched to the Wal Mart store, 3201 West Broadway Boulevard last Thursday afternoon for a report of an attempted theft. When Officers arrived, they spoke with the Asset Protection Associate. He stated that earlier in the day, a suspect entered the store. He then loaded up $463 worth of alcohol into a tote and tried to leave the store without paying. Once confronted by the APA, he shoved the employee and fled the scene in a dark colored pick up truck. The suspect left the tote full of alcohol in the store. The suspect appeared to be a black male, but he was wearing a PPE mask, so his face could not be seen. A copy of the surveillance video was placed into evidence. At the time of the report, the suspect had not been located for questioning.


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