This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department crime reports.

Monday evening, Officers were dispatched to the 1900 block of East 16th Street for a report of a downed subject. Despite attempts from Officers, Sedalia Fire, and the Pettis County Ambulance District, the subject passed away. Officers gathered the necessary information to generate a report.


Sedalia Police responded to the area of East 3rd Street and South Lamine Avenue in reference to a hit and run crash Monday morning. Upon arrival, Officers met with the victim, who stated her vehicle had been struck over the weekend while parked in the area. The striking vehicle left without providing information.


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Monday afternoon, Cody Paxton came to the Police Station lobby to report found property. The property had been found in the 600 block of West Broadway Boulevard. The property was placed into evidence. Contact was attempted with the owner of the property, with no success.


Sedalia Police responded to the Menard’s store, 4400 Wisconsin Avenue, last Saturday afternoon to investigate a reported theft. Upon arrival, Officers met with management. She informed Officers that on the evening of April 25th, a suspect entered the business and took almost $3,000 worth of electric breakers without paying for them. The suspect was later arrested for theft from another Menard’s store in St Peters Missouri, as well as several other locations. The suspect was not named in the report, and the investigation is ongoing.


Officers were dispatched to the Police Station Lobby Monday morning. Officers met with Gabriel La Clair, who stated someone stole cash from him. The cash totaled at $860.00. His ID card was also stolen.


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