This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports.

Thursday night, Officers responded to the area of East 28th Street and South New York Avenue for a report of a vehicle stuck in a grass patch. When Officers arrived, contact was made with the driver. After further investigation, the driver was placed under arrest for Driving While Intoxicated (Drugs). Thomas L. Gibbs, 54, of Sedalia, was taken to the Bothwell Emergency Room where he was later released to Bothwell staff, with charges still being sought.


 

Sedalia Police responded to the Police Station lobby Thursday evening for a found property call. Stephanie Casey wanted to turn in a bag of a white crystal substance they found in the 600 block of South Barrett Avenue. The baggie was seized and placed into evidence for destruction.


 

On the evening of March 24th, Officers responded to the Police Department lobby for a report of identity theft. When Officers arrived, they made contact with Chloe Alexandra Woods. An investigation was complete, and the suspect was identified. Charges are being submitted to the Pettis County Prosecutor.


 

Sedalia Police responded to the Casey's store, 1601 East Broadway Boulevard Thursday evening for a report of a hostage situation. When Officers arrived on scene, two parties involved were spoken to. It was determined it was not a hostage situation. A report was completed.


 

Friday morning, Officers were dispatched to the 700 block of East 19th Street for a report of suspicious activity. The suspicious subject was found to have an active warrant for his arrest for felony Driving While Revoked and Possession of Marijuana. Brandon S. Wells, 42, of Sedalia, was placed under arrest and taken to the Pettis County Jail, pending a cash or surety bond of $3,500.


 

Thursday afternoon, Officers made contact with a subject near the area of West 5th Street and South Park Avenue. The subject had located a license plate in the middle of the road in the area. The license plate was placed into evidence as found property.


 

Sedalia Police responded to the 1900 block of South Harrison Avenue for a report of child supervision issues Thursday morning. On arrival, it was reported a small child had been outside in the rain wearing only a diaper. At the time of the call, it was 36 degrees outside. The child had returned inside the house prior to Officer's arrival. Contact was made with an adult at the child's home. A report was completed for documentation and a Children's Division Hotline call was made.


 

Thursday afternoon, Sedalia Police responded to the 200 block of Thompson Road for a report of a person that had a possible warrant for their arrest. Upon arriving, contact was made with the suspect. His information was ran through Dispatch and he was found to have a warrant out of Pettis County for felony Stealing and Burglary in the 2nd Degree. Mario A. Madrid, 39, of Sedalia, was arrested and transported to the Pettis County Jail pending a cash or surety bond of $2,500.


 

Wednesday evening, Officers took an assault report in the 1000 block of South Harrison Avenue from William Allen. Allen reported that someone known to him had punched him in the face.


 

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