This article was compiled from Sedalia Police Department Reports.
On Wednesday night, officers responded to the 2500 block of Dennis Road in reference to the property that had been found. Christopher Cowles mentioned that the computer equipment was left on the front porch, and he doesn’t know where it came from. Equipment was collected and placed in evidence as property that was found.
Early Thursday morning, officers parked cars near the intersection of West Broadway Boulevard and South Snead Avenue. While searching for a computer, Bong is found and seized marijuana to destroy it. No charges are being pursued.
Sedalia Police stopped a car in the East Third Street and South Lafayette Avenue area Wednesday night for failing to stop before the stop line. The officers also suspected that driver status had been revoked. The driver was an off topic. Elios Laija Murillo, 29, of Sedalia, was arrested and taken to Bettis County Jail to be held for 24 hours on a driving charge during revocation. A fee for no proof of insurance is also required.
Officers attempted a vehicle inspection at Duke Manufacturing in the West Main Street and Winchester Drive area on Wednesday evening. The car left the scene and after turning east on West Main Street, officers noticed it was parked at Consolidated Electrical Distributors, 101 Winchester Drive. Officers called the car and the driver. Vladimir T. was arrested. Shalnev, 33, of Sedalia, charged with driving while invalidated, failing to attend a driving warrant while revoked, and another driving warrant while revoked. Shalnev also had an out of Texas injunction with a $5,000 bond.
Last Saturday night, officers responded to the 400 Welsh Court due to a hemorrhage. When the officers arrived, they found a man who had been stabbed. During the investigation, it was decided that the subject’s neighbor stabbed him after an argument. The suspect is known and charges are being sought.
A crime solving unit investigator made a stop on West 10th Street and South Limit Avenue on Tuesday afternoon for a traffic violation. During the stop, the detective smelled drugs coming from the car, which led to a possible reason to search the car. During the search, items related to illegal drug activity were found and seized. Furthermore, during the call, the passenger, Stanton Tray Vaughn, 20, of Green Ridge, was found to be a fugitive from justice from the state of Oklahoma for sex crimes. Vaughn was arrested without incident and transferred to Bettis County Jail, awaiting charges.
On Wednesday morning, the Sedalia Police Department received a tip over the phone regarding the fraud. Alexia D. Drum reported that someone used her personal information in an effort to obtain advertised and/or federal resources.
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