This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports.

Wednesday afternoon, The Dollar General Store in the 600 block of North Ohio contacted Police in reference to a theft. The suspect came into the store, opened up a 10 count box of 3"X 4" adhesive bandages and took three bandages out of the box without paying for the items ($1.50). The suspect left, came back in, bought a soda, and then left while still not paying for the bandages. The employee was able to get a picture of the suspect and the suspect's car. The complainant did not wish to press charges but did want a trespass notice given to the suspect for all the Dollar General stores in the City of Sedalia.


On the night of October 25th, Officers observed a vehicle with no license plates in the area of East 7th Street and South Marshall Avenue. Officers attempted to turn around to stop the vehicle, when it fled at a high rate of speed. Officers travelled down the road the vehicle fled on and observed a red camper shell in the roadway that belonged to the truck. A vehicle was struck by the camper shell. The victim has been contacted and a report has been completed.


Wednesday night, Officers initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle in the area of East 4th and South Brown Avenue for a registration violation. Upon identifying the female driver and the male passenger to Dispatch, they were both discovered to have active Pettis County Warrants. Yancey W.S. McKinney, 35, of Smithton, had a warrant for an original charge of Possession of a Controlled Substance, which provided a bond of $7,500 cash or surety. Ashley Brooke Schoenthal, 36, of Sedalia, had a warrant for Failing to Register A Motor Vehicle, which provided a $129.00 cash only bond. Both suspects were arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail.


Officers and medical personnel were dispatched to the 1500 block of South Warren Wednesday morning in reference to a subject check. The caller said she had not spoken to her father for several days and could see him in his bed. The subject was found to be deceased and the body was collected by Rea's Funeral Home.


Sedalia Police met with Katelynn Ladd Wednesday morning in reference to a theft from a motor vehicle. Ladd stated that her vehicle was entered while parked outside her residence in the 2400 block of Stacey Lane during the overnight hours. The suspect ransacked her vehicle and it's not known at the time of the report what exactly was taken from it. There are no suspects at this time.


Wednesday morning, Officers responded to the 300 block of West 7th in reference to a property damage report. Officers met with Carla Townsend, who stated that during the overnight hours someone spray painted and keyed her vehicle while it was parked outside. Officers observed that her vehicle had orange spray paint and scratch marks all over it. The suspect has not been identified, but the victim had a few people in mind.

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