This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports.


Monday night, Officers were dispatched to the area of Liberty Park Boulevard and Dundee Avenue. When Officers arrived, they spoke with the caller, who stated he had a cash and bank card stolen while he was at the Heckart Community Center. The caller had located a suspect, and was attempting to locate his bank card. The juvenile suspect was returned to his parent's house. Juvenile referrals have been completed and forwarded to the juvenile office.


 

Sedalia Police were dispatched in reference to an assault that occurred previously. The reporting party was no longer in town. Officer made contact with the caller Tuesday night, who said she was assaulted while riding in a car on North Stewart Avenue. Officers were unable to make contact with the suspect. No arrests have been made at this time.


 

Tuesday night, Officers conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle near the intersection of East 16th Street and South Collins Avenue. Drug paraphernalia was located and placed into evidence at the Police Department for destruction.


 

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Officers made contact with an individual in the 400 block of West 5th Street who had traffic related warrants for their arrest Monday evening. The individual was arrested on his warrants. Shannon DeWayne Stockwell, 43 of Sedalia was arrested for one misdemeanor Failure to Appear warrant on original charges of Operating a Motor Vehicle on the Highway Without A Valid License, which carried a bond of $100 and another Failure to Appear warrant on original charges of Driving While Revoked which carried a bond of $10,000 cash only.


 

Tuesday afternoon, Officers were dispatched to the lobby of the Police Department in reference to a stolen vehicle report. Mario Ventura reported that the vehicle was stolen between the evening of June 23rd and the afternoon of June 28th from the 600 block of South State Fair Boulevard. The vehicle was entered into NCIC and MULES as stolen.


 

Sedalia Police responded to the 400 block of North Engineer Avenue for a medical call Tuesday afternoon. Upon arrival, Officers found that a person inside the home was deceased. There is no evidence of foul play at this time.


 

Tuesday morning, Officers responded to the Dollar General store, 619 North Ohio Avenue, for a report of theft. The witness stated an individual entered the business and walked out with a case of beer.


 

Officers responded to the 1900 block of South Stewart Avenue Tuesday morning for a report of fraud. Contact was made with Garrett S. Pettyjohn. He and a female subject stated they had paid to move into a rental house, and learned it was a scam.


 

Sedalia Police responded to the 600 block of South New York Avenue Tuesday afternoon for a report of an animal attack. Contact was made with a female subject, who reported that a neighbor's dog had killed one of her puppies. Animal Control responded to take the dog and it's owner, Jordan T. Watt Sr., 31, of Sedalia, was notified.


 

Tuesday morning, an Officer conducted a warrant check in the 3100 block of Brianna Boulevard. The subject's information was provided to dispatchers, who confirmed he had an active warrant from Pettis County for Failure to Appear on an original ticket of No Insurance. Joshua D. Hartman, 24, of Sedalia, was placed under arrest and transported to the Pettis County Jail. Hartman was given a bond of $147 cash only and a new court date.


 

Monday afternoon, Officers responded to the 2200 block of West 1st Street for a report of identity theft. Officers made contact with Phyllis Golden, who had received letters stating her identity may have been compromised.


 

Sedalia Police were dispatched to a property damage report in the 3100 block of Brianna Boulevard Tuesday morning. Jack Van Der Linden stated that between Monday night and Tuesday morning, someone shot their truck with appeared to be a paintball gun.


 

Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of East 4th Street for a report of theft. Officers made contact with Kayleen Estelle Wilckens, who stated her juvenile son's bike had been stolen sometime in the past week. The bike was a copper colored Mad Gear BMX bike. The bicycle was estimated to be worth $80.00.


 

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