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


Thursday morning, Officers conducted a vehicle check at the Liberty Park, 1500 West 3rd Street. The vehicle was in the park after hours. After identifying all subjects in the vehicle, one occupant came back with an active warrant out of Sedalia for Failure to Appear on traffic citations from 2015*. Jeremy Jacob Farrill, 29, Homeless, was arrested on his FTA warrant with a bond of $150.


Officers conducted a sex offender compliance check in the 1300 block of South Ohio Avenue, to ensure the offender was complying with Halloween restrictions. The offender was not home Tuesday evening (as dictated by statute), but was able to later show he was at work during this time period. Because they had a reasonable explanation as provided by statute, no charges are being requested at this time.

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Tuesday evening, Officers conducted compliance checks with the community’s sexual offenders to ensure they were abiding by Halloween restrictions. ** While completed a check in the 2500 block of Southwest Boulevard, the person who answered the door expressed that the suspect was at work. However, no notice of this had been provided to the Pettis County Sheriff’s Department, as required. All efforts to contact the suspect were unsuccessful. Charges of Failing to Adhere to Halloween Restrictions are being requested, due to the suspect’s location being unknown.


Sedalia Police responded to the 300 block of East 2nd Street for a potential domestic disturbance. Officers made contact with the subjects, who both had similar injuries from items being thrown at one another. A primary physical aggressor could not be determined. A 12-hour log report was completed.


*There is no entry in Casenet for a Jeremy Jacob Farrill.

**According to Missouri state law, any person who has to register as a sex offender must avoid all Halloween-related contact with children, stay inside their homes between 5 pm and 10:30 pm on Halloween, post a sign stating, “No candy or treats at this residence,” and they must turn off their outdoor lighting after 5 pm. The only exceptions to this are medical emergencies and employment obligations.

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