This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports.

Thursday night, Officers conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle that did not have license plate lights in the area of the 2700 block of West 16th Street. While speaking to the driver, Officers smelled the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. A probable cause search of the vehicle showed marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Ethan Emmett, 25, of Knob Noster, was issued citations for Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

Sedalia Police responded to the area of South Brown Avenue and East 19th Street for a report of a disturbance Thursday night. The victim reported being assaulted by three subjects known to him. The victim also reported that the three subjects also flattened his tires, and destroyed the windshield of his vehicle. Value of the damage exceeded $750. The victim's minor injury was not treated. One of the three subjects, Trevor D. Parish, 31, of Sedalia, was arrested for Property Damage in the 1st Degree and Assault in the 3rd Degree. Parish was taken to the Pettis County Jail, where he was booked and released on the charges. The same charges are being requested on all suspects.

Wednesday night, a traffic stop was conducted near the intersection of South New York Avenue and East 24th Street. During the investigation, the license plates on the suspect vehicle were found to not belong to the owner/driver of the vehicle. The license plates were seized and placed into evidence holding to be returned to the Department of Revenue. No charges are being sought.

The Sedalia Police K9 Unit stopped a vehicle at East Saline Street and North New York Avenue for a registration violation Thursday night. A passenger immediately fled the vehicle. A perimeter was set up by patrol officers and K9 Rocky was deployed on a track. After approximately a 35 yard track, the suspect was found hiding in some brush behind a dog house. William Charles Mulcrone, 53, of Sedalia, was arrested without incident and transported to the Pettis County Jail. Mulcrone was booked on his three Failure to Appear warrants on original charges of felony Driving While Revoked, felony Domestic Assault in the 3rd Degree, Operating a Motor Vehicle Without Maintaining Financial Responsibility, and Displaying the License Plates of Another Person as well as a charge of felony Resisting Arrest. No bond was given to Mulcrone.

Thursday evening, Officers responded to the 2900 block of West 11th Street for a report of a runaway juvenile. When Officers arrived, contact was made with Soraiyeh Fatimeh Ahmed, the mother of the child. Information was collected, and a report was completed.

Wednesday evening, Officers responded to the 1700 block of East 4th Street for a report of a subject trespassing. Officers determined no trespassing occurred, but Steve A. Edwards wished to report destruction of property to his boat. The investigation is ongoing at this time.

Sedalia Police responded to the Casey's store, 1601 East Broadway Boulevard, for a report of found property Thursday night. An employee located an abandoned bicycle on their property. The bicycle was blue with pink lettering, and is being held at the Police Department for safe keeping.

Officers responded to the Police Department Lobby, 300 West 3rd Street, for a theft report Thursday afternoon. Officers met with Daniel Mabry, who stated a handgun was stolen from his vehicle while parked at his residence in the 900 block of East Broadway Boulevard. Mabry provided a value of $600 for the handgun. At the time of the report, a suspect had not been located. The handgun has been entered into the MULES database as stolen.

Wednesday afternoon, Officers were dispatched to the Bothwell Diagnostic Center, 990 Winchester Drive in reference to a private property crash. Sheridan Anderson, the driver of a 2007 Ford Fusion, stated she parked her vehicle earlier in the afternoon for an appointment. About forty minutes later, she returned and found that the Ford had damage to the right rear bumper. The case is under investigation.

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