Sedalia Police Reports for October 24, 2023
This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department crime reports.
Sedalia Police Officers responded to Comfort Inn, 3600 West Broadway Boulevard to check the wellbeing of a subject early Tuesday morning. The subject asked hotel staff to call the Police because he believed that people were trying to enter his room, when in fact, they were not. While an Officer was attempting to make contact, the subject fired a gun from within his room. As Officers worked to secure the area, the subject fired 3 more rounds from within his room. The subject eventually exited his room while still armed, but surrendered to Officers without further incident. No one was injured as a result of the shooting. Subsequent investigation revealed that the subject was likely under the influence of a controlled substance. Charges of Unlawful Use of a Weapon, Armed Criminal Action, Possession of a Controlled Substance, 1st Degree Property Damage, & 2nd Degree Assault are being sought against the suspect. The suspect, however, was not named in the report, nor was any other identifying information given about the suspect in the report.
Officers were dispatched to a wooded area north of Central Bank, 3000 West Broadway Boulevard, in reference to an abandoned motorcycle on the afternoon of October 19th. Through an investigation, it was determined the 2022 Kawasaki motorcycle was stolen. The owner was contacted, and a report was filed in reference to the theft.
Last Thursday afternoon, Officers responded to the Police Department lobby for a report of a found debit card. Officers were unsuccessful in making contact with the card holder. The property will be kept at the Police Department for safekeeping.
Officers responded to the Police Department lobby last Thursday morning to take a report of found property. A wallet was found in Hubbard Park that contained a Missouri ID card. Officers were unsuccessful in making contact with the wallet’s owner. The wallet and contents will be held at the Police Department for safekeeping.
Last Thursday afternoon, Officers responded to the Menards store, 4400 Wisconsin Boulevard for a report of theft. On arrival, Officers met with a manager, who provided Officers with pictures of the suspect. Officers gathered the necessary information and a report was submitted.
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