Sedalia Police Reports For July 28, 2022
This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports.
Wednesday night, Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of Winchester Drive in response to an intoxicated subject threatening someone. Officers spoke to the caller, who said the subject had been yelling and screaming at her, as well as threatening her with a baseball bat. John Michael Blymiller, 52, of Sedalia, was arrested on charges of Domestic Assault in the 4th Degree.
Sedalia Police observed a vehicle driving with no license plates late Wednesday night. Officers conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle in the area of West 5th Street and South Ohio Avenue. A computer check of the driver's information showed his driving status was suspended. Ezra Jackson Greene, 22, of Sedalia, was placed under arrest for Driving While Suspended, issued a citation, and released from the scene.
Officers spoke with Tabbatha Dawn Lindly Wednesday afternoon in reference to a theft. The theft occurred in the 1000 block of South Lamine Avenue. The suspect is still unidentified.
Wednesday morning, Officers were dispatched to the Casey's store, 2050 South Limit Avenue, in reference to found property. Misty Williams, an employee of the business, wished to turn over two debit cards and a wallet that were found at the store recently.
Sedalia Police responded to the 1500 block of South Missouri Avenue Wednesday afternoon in reference to a possible home invasion. Upon arrival, it was determined the reported suspect was actually a resident of the address. A disturbance occurred between two subjects at the residence. Officers were unable to determine a primary physical aggressor. A report was completed for a 12 hour domestic violence log. No charges are being pursued at this time.
Wednesday morning, Officers were dispatched to the La Colmena Mexican Grocery Store, 210 North Ohio Avenue, for a report of property damage. When Officers arrived, an employee, Kimberly L. Chavez, arrived at the same time. Officers could see the front glass door was forced open. Chavez unlocked the door and went inside. Nothing was reported stolen from inside the store. After checking the surveillance video, it was discovered two suspects broke the glass door and entered the store. The suspects looked around and then left a short time later. The damage to the glass door was estimated to cost $400. There are no suspects at this time.
Officers were dispatched to the 1200 block of East 9th Street Wednesday morning for a report of a domestic disturbance. Investigation revealed that one of the parties tried to choke the other. David Lee Matthews, 26, of Sedalia, was arrested on a charge of Domestic Assault in the 2nd Degree. Matthews was transported to the Pettis County Jail to be placed on a 24 hour hold.
On the afternoon of July 23rd, Officers responded to the 1200 block of West 11th Street in reference to a possible disturbance. A father and son got into a physical altercation at the residence. A report was forwarded to the juvenile office.
Wednesday morning, Officers were dispatched to the area of East Broadway Boulevard and South Harding Avenue for a report of a hit and run accident. When Officers arrived, they spoke with Gage D. Morris. Morris stated he was driving east on East Broadway Boulevard when he began to slow down to turn north onto South Harding Avenue. When he slowed down, a gold colored Chevrolet Trailblazer hit the rear passenger side bumper of his vehicle. There was visible damage to the bumper. Officers took photos of the damage. Morris went on to state he had pulled over to make contact with the other driver to exchange information, but the other driver left the scene. At the time of the report, the suspect vehicle and driver had not been located.
Sedalia police were dispatched to the American Inn, 1217 South Limit Avenue early Wednesday morning for a report of a possible overdose. Upon arrival, Officers located one unconscious male subject that was barely breathing. It appeared the male had been actively overdosing on an opioid and was in possession of narcotics. Officers deployed Narcan Nasal Spray, a prescription medicine used for the treatment of suspect opioid overdoses, and the subject woke up. Ambulance personnel arrived and the male was transported to the Bothwell Regional Health Center for treatment. Charges will not be requested for the narcotics possession.