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


 

Tuesday night, Officers took a report in the Sedalia Police Department Lobby in reference to found property. Officers spoke with Cynthia A. Ditzfeld, who stated she found a debit card at the Dollar Tree store, 3107 West Broadway Boulevard. The debit card was collected for safekeeping.


 

Sedalia Police met with a subject in the lobby of the Police Department Tuesday afternoon to report lost property. The unnamed subject stated she had lost her Missouri driver’s license and a health insurance card at some point earlier in the day in the area of the Liberty and Tambo Apartments, 1400 Liberty Park Boulevard. A general information report was created to document the lost property.


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Officers responded Tuesday afternoon to the 400 block of West Main Street in reference to a recovered trailer that had been reported stolen. Upon arrival, Officers met with management of the U-Haul Neighborhood Dealer, 416 West Main Street. The manager stated they had located a box hauler on their property that had been reported stolen out of Colorado in 2022. The trailer was removed from MULES and the NCIC, and recovered by U-Haul.


 

Monday afternoon, a female entered the lobby of the Police Department to report she was being harassed. The harassment occurred in the 1700 block of South Kentucky Avenue. The incident report notes this as a sex crime, but no other details are available at news time.


 

Sedalia Police took a report for violation of a full order of protection Monday morning. The violation occurred in the 2500 block of South Woodlawn Drive. The victim stated her husband brought his son to her house to collect property. The victim has an order of protection against her husband, which requires him to stay 300 feet away from her residence.


 

Officers took a theft report Tuesday morning from Christina Clark. Clark stated a package was either lost or stolen from her porch in the 600 block of West 7th Street.


Monday morning, Lateesha Chambers came to the Police Department to report a theft. Chambers reported her license plates had been stolen out of her car in the 200 block of Scott Joplin Court.


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