This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports.

Wednesday night, Officers were dispatched to the 700 block of South Ohio Avenue in reference to a disturbance between a male and a female subject. The involved parties were later located in the area of 7th Street and Massachusetts Avenue. The suspect refused to speak with Officers and walked away. Officer followed the suspect to the area of the 600 block of South Washington Avenue. While attempting to speak to the suspect, the suspect exposed himself to Officers and threatened to urinate on them. The suspect entered a building and locked the door behind him. Officers were not able to contact the suspect. The suspect was located Thursday afternoon and placed under arrest. Jeffrey L. Waters, 56 of Sedalia, was transported to the Pettis County Jail and placed on a 24 hour hold. Charges of Sexual Misconduct in the 1st Degree and Attempted Assault in the 4th Degree (Special Victim) are being sought.


 

Early Friday morning, a truck was stopped for driving without headlights in the area of East Broadway Boulevard and South Ingram Avenue. After an investigation, it was determined the driver was intoxicated and in possession of drug paraphernalia. Patrick N. Richardson, 45, of Bartlesville Oklahoma, was transported to the Sedalia Police Department. Richardson was then taken to the Pettis County Jail, where he was placed on a 24 hour hold on charges of felony Driving While Intoxicated (Chronic Offender) and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.


 

Sedalia Police were dispatched to a report of a burglary at the Bast Storage, 400 West Jefferson Street Thursday morning. When Officers arrived, they spoke with Reid Swearingen. Sometime between May 7th and earlier that morning, someone entered the storage building and took $36,100 worth of property from two different units. Officers spoke with the renters of the two units, and they gave a detailed list of items stolen. Staff was working on finding surveillance video of the suspects. There were no signs of forced entry. At the time of the report, a suspect had not yet been identified.


 

Wednesday night, Officers initiated a traffic stop on a car for expired registration in the area of East Broadway Boulevard and South Hancock Avenue. A check through Dispatch showed the driver's license status was suspended out of Illinois, and the occupant had an active Pettis County Warrant. Jordan S. Mosley, 19, of Sedalia, was arrested for Driving While suspended and transported to the Sedalia Police Department. Mosley was fingerprinted and released with a city citation. Mario D. Logan, 34, of Sedalia, was arrested on his two Failure to Appear warrants on original charges of Driving Without a Valid License and Possession of Marijuana. Logan was transported to the Pettis County Jail and booked with a $120 bond.


 

Thursday night, Officers were dispatched to a non injury accident near the intersection of South Limit Avenue and West Broadway Boulevard. No injuries were reported, and one of the involved vehicles left the scene. The vehicle that stayed on scene was operable and was able to drive away from the scene.


 

Sedalia Police initiated a traffic stop on a minivan for expired registration near the area of North Missouri Avenue and West Pettis Street. The temporary tag belonged to a different vehicle and owner. The tag was seized, to be returned to the Missouri Department of Revenue. No enforcement action was taken against the owner.


 

Officers initiated a traffic stop on a car for expired registration near the area of North Engineer Avenue and West Howard Street Thursday night. Misty Flores stated that she had bought the car that day, and the previous owner did not remove their plates. Officers seized the plates to be returned to the Missouri Department of Revenue.


 

Late Thursday night, Officers made contact with a subject walking in the roadway in the area of West Cooper Street and North Moniteau Avenue. A check through Dispatch showed the subject had an active U.S. Marshals warrant with no bond. Antonio T. Gray, 36, of Sedalia, was arrested on the warrant and transported to the Pettis County Jail to be booked.


 

Wednesday afternoon, Officers responded to the 1200 block of West 11th Street for a report of an assault. A juvenile stated they were assaulted at a friend's house. The suspect is known at the time of the report.


 

Sedalia Police were dispatched to the 400 block of Industrial Road in regard to found property Thursday morning. The property included some clothing as well as marijuana and methamphetamine. The clothing was put into Found Property while the drugs were placed in Evidence for destruction.


 

Officers were dispatched to the 1500 block of West Main Street in regard to a disturbance with weapons Wednesday afternoon. Upon arrival, Alexander F. Knipp and April Vanderhoof informed Officers that approximately five people came to their house and assaulted them. One of the victims had a cut on their finger from a large knife and the other victim had a gold chain stolen from their person (approximate value $100). The suspects had left the scene prior to Officer's arrival, but two were able to be identified. Charges of Assault and Stealing are being submitted for the known suspects.


 

Sedalia Police spoke with Steven Steidley and Heather Apel at the Police Headquarters Wednesday afternoon in reference to Harassment. They stated that a male and female have been texting threatening messages to them.


 

Thursday morning, Officers performed a subject check at East 4th Street and South Engineer Avenue on a subject known to have warrants. A computer check through Dispatch confirmed him to have two active warrants out of Pettis County. Richard T. Beaulieu-Plona, 36, of Sedalia, was arrested on his two Failure to Appear warrants on original charges of Expired Plates and Operating a Vehicle Without Maintaining Financial Responsibility. Beaulieu-Plona was transported to the Pettis County Jail, where his bond was set at $120 cash.


 

Sedalia Police were dispatched to the 300 block of North Summit Avenue for a report of found marijuana in the caller's backyard. When Officers arrived, they spoke to Dale E. Elmlinger. Elmlinger stated that sometime overnight, someone threw a black bag in his backyard that had a small amount of marijuana in it. Elmlinger did not know who it belonged to. Officers took the bag and placed it into evidence storage to be destroyed.


 

On the afternoon of Wednesday May 19th, Officers conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of West Broadway and South Beacon. In the course of the stop, Dispatch advised that the driver had an active warrant out of Johnson County. Nickoles Paul Hyde, 53, of Sedalia, was arrested for his Failure to Appear warrant on original charges of Speeding. Hyde was transported to the Pettis County Jail, where he was held on a bond of $250 cash only.


 

Sedalia Police responded to the 4000 block of South Limit Avenue for a reported stolen vehicle Wednesday morning. William Noble reported the vehicle as a tan Ford F-350. The vehicle was not located, and last seen southbound on South Limit. There are no suspects at this time.


 

Thursday morning, Officers responded to the 200 block of East 3rd Street for a report of a suicidal subject. Upon arrival, contact was made with the complainant. The complainant stated her son had taken a bottle of medication and she was not able to make contact with him. The male was observed lying in bed, an empty pill bottle in view, not responding to Officers. Entry was made at the residence and the male was found to be in a drugged condition. The male was transported to the Bothwell Regional Health Center by PCAD.


 

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