Sedalia Police Reports for September 16, 2020
This article was compiled from Sedalia Police Department reports:
On Monday, Sedalia Police were contacted by the Pettis County Children's Division in reference to a possible sexual assault of a juvenile in the 2400 block of West 1st Street Terrace. The alleged perpetrator was an adult male. The case was investigated by the Criminal Investigations Bureau and determined to be unfounded.
On Tuesday around 8 p.m., Sedalia Police took a report of a dog bite at 422 West 6th. According to the report, a child was injured when an excited family dog jumped on the child. The child was treated for minor injuries.
Sedalia Police responded to the 1500 block of South Osage for a property damage report just after midnight Wednesday morning. Fonda Lollar reported that tires on her vehicle were deflated by unknown means.
Sedalia Police took an assault report on Tuesday involving two juveniles. The assault occurred near 10th and Carr. A report was taken and the matter was referred to the Juvenile Office.
Sedalia Police took a property damage report Monday in the lobby. The incident took place in the 1300 block of South Ohio. Juan C. Figueroa reported that his vehicle was intentionally scratched while it was parked overnight at his residence, causing an estimated $2,000 of damage. A suspect was not identified at the time of the report.
On Tuesday, Justin C. Baker reported that someone charged $1,800 to Enterprise in his name sometime in March. The victim said his wallet was stolen while in La Vegas In December. The victim was advised to make a report with Las Vegas Metro Police to follow up on any criminal charges. The victim said he was only interested in documenting the crime at this time.
On Tuesday morning, Vitaliy N. Germak reported a hit-and-run to police. The incident occurred at Taco Bell, 820 South Limit, between 4 and 9:30 p.m. There are no suspects.
On Monday, Sedalia Police took a harassment report from Molly E. Braverman. She said the harassment occurred in the 1900 block of South Park. Braverman said her ex-boyfriend keeps calling her and driving by her house. The victim said she does not wish to press charges.