This article is compiled from reports issued by the Pettis County Sheriff's Office.


Sunday morning, Deputies conducted a traffic stop in the area of West 20th Street and South Prospect Avenue on a vehicle with improper and expired registration. The driver, Samuel Bartlett, 39, of Sedalia, was found to have a revoked driving status. Bartlett was placed under arrest and transported to the Pettis County Jail. Bartlett was booked and released for Driving While Revoked (2nd Offense).


Pettis County Deputies took a report Saturday morning of a single vehicle crash on Highway 50 west of Highway T in Pettis County. Both occupants were uninjured.


Friday night, Deputies were patrolling in the 900 block of West 11th Street, when they spotted an individual known to have an active warrant for their arrest. The individual ignored commands to stop, and went into the residence and shut the door. After attempting contact several times, Deputies were allowed inside. Contact was made with Daniel Matthew Lamport, 38, of Sedalia. Lamport was placed under arrest and transported to the Pettis County Jail to be booked on a Failure to Appear warrant on an original charge of Stealing. Lamport was held on a $2,500 cash or surety bond.


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On the morning of February 24th, Deputies took a fraud report in the 200 block of Front Street in La Monte. The victim had one of their checks fraudulently written out to an unknown individual.


Friday morning, Deputies took a crash report on Meyers Road in Green Ridge. The vehicle had slid off the roadway into a ditch and struck an embankment. The driver, who was not named in the report, was uninjured. The driver was able to leave the scene in the vehicle once it was pulled out of the ditch.


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