Sedalia Police reports 9-17-20

Sedalia Police conducted a traffic stop on North Limit near Duke Drive late Thursday night. The officer noticed an odor of intoxicants on the driver, identified as 46-year-old Christopher M. Priebe of Mesquite, Nevada. Priebe was taken into custody and transported to the SPD where the driver provided a breath sample that showed Pribe to have a blood alcohol content above 0.08. Priebe was then taken to the Pettis County Jail, where he was placed on a 24-hour hold. A charge of DWI was requested by police.


 

On Thursday night at 7:24 p.m., Sedalia Police conducted a traffic stop at Main and Park for a moving violation. A narcotics K9 was employed that alerted to the presence of drugs inside the vehicle. A subsequent search of the vehicle yielded marijuana, drug paraphernalia and a handgun. The driver, 25-year-old Justin W. Long of Niagua, Mo., previously convicted of a felony, was arrested for possession of a firearm, as well as a violation of an ex parte.


 

Sedalia Police responded to the Katy Depot, 600 East 3rd, for an assault report on Thursday night around 9:30 p.m. According to the report, the victim told police that two individuals in an SUV drove by and shot at him with a paintball, hitting his shin. Suspects then left the area. No arrest were made at the time of the report.


 

On Thursday at 12:51 a.m., Sedalia Police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle with no front license plate at Broadway and Vermont. A computer check revealed the driver, identified as 22-year-old Emmanuel A. Ward of Sedalia, was wanted on multiple warrants. Two were Municipal warrants and two were out of Pettis County. One of the warrants did not have a bond. The Pettis County warrants had a combined bond of $22,500 cash or surety, and the Municipal warrants had a total bond value of $200 cash.


 

A set of keys found laying the middle of West Broadway around K-K Chevrolet was turned over to Sedalia Police on Thursday. The owner's information was found, using several rewards cards, but all numbers were no longer in service. The keys were placed into evidence for safekeeping.