Sedalia Police Reports for July 7, 2021
This article is compiled from reports from the Sedalia Police Department.
On Tuesday afternoon, Sedalia Police took a theft report from American Auto Rental, 2101 South Limit Avenue. Nine items were stolen, with a total value of $ 1,400. Terry Arnold also reported that a vehicle had been damaged which would cost around $ 300 to repair. There is no suspicious information at this time.
On the afternoon of Thursday, July 1, Sedalia police were dispatched to Block 600 on 18th Street East due to a disruption with weapons. Upon arrival, officers contacted Timothy Proctor, who said the suspect raised a brick threateningly at him, made various threats to him, and then used the brick to cause property damage to a vehicle belonging to him. at Proctor. The approximate cost of the damage is $ 1,000. The suspect left when he learned that the police were intervening. Attempts to contact the suspect were unsuccessful.
On Tuesday morning, officers were dispatched to a warrant check in the 200 block of Thompson Road. When officers arrived, they passed the information on the suspect to Dispatch. The expedition confirmed a Colorado warrant on the suspect. Reid Conrath Vollert, 28, of Sedalia, was arrested and transported to Pettis County Jail. Vollert was placed on hold for 24 hours without bail as a fugitive from justice.
Sedalia police were dispatched to the 1300 block of Walker Circle on Tuesday morning with a report of a suspect with a probation violation warrant without bail. When the officers arrived, they contacted the tenant of the apartment and explained to him why they were there. The tenant said he knew the suspect, but left earlier. The tenant agreed to search the residence. Officers entered the bathroom during the search and made contact with the suspect, who was sitting in the tub with his clothes on. Officers handcuffed him and confirmed the warrant through Dispatch. After confirmation, Ricky B Longie II, 46, homeless, was arrested and transported to Pettis County Jail. Longie was held pending contact with his probation officer on the parole violation warrant on the original charges of possession of a controlled substance.
On Tuesday afternoon, officers received a theft call in the lobby of the police department. Joyce Vanhook reported that her gun was stolen on July 1 from her home near the 400 block of East 6th. Vanhook wished to pursue the charges, and a report was made.
Sedalia Police observed a subject cycling near East 6th Street and South Brown Avenue on Tuesday evening. An audit by Dispatch showed the subject had an active warrant out of Pettis County for failure to appear on the original driving charges in revocation. Billy Joe Hill, 42, of Sedalia, was arrested and transported to Pettis County Jail to be listed on the warrant. Hill received $ 1,500 in cash or a bond.
Officers responded to the 600 block of West 2nd Street with reference to property found on Tuesday evening. Oscar Aguirre Garcia reported that he found a BB gun in their backyard. The BB pistol was seized and entered in evidence as well found.
On Tuesday evening, officers intervened in the McCarthy Toyota parking lot, 3110 West Broadway Boulevard, in reference to a hit-and-run. Donald Griggs said he was struck by another vehicle at the intersection of West Broadway and Thompson Boulevard. After the crash, the suspect pulled over, but then fled before exchanging information with the Griggs. The suspect is unknown at this time.
On Tuesday evening, officers were dispatched to the 1900 block of South Harrison Avenue for a medical call involving a subject who is not breathing. Officers arrived at the scene and found that the subject had been deceased long enough for CPR not to apply.
Late Tuesday night, a traffic check was carried out near the intersection of East Broadway Boulevard and South Babcock Avenue. During the stop, the driver of the vehicle was arrested for driving revocation. It was later discovered that he was in possession of methamphetamine and three different types of controlled pills. Nathan P. McMillin, 24, of Sedalia, was arrested and transported to Pettis County Jail, where he was placed on a 24-hour hold pending charges of operating a motor vehicle without a license or lights back, non-compliance with financial responsibility, posting of another person’s nameplates, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and four counts of possession of a dangerous drug.
Sedalia police responded to Wood’s Express store, 703 East Broadway Boulevard, with an abandoned property report Tuesday morning. Upon arrival, officers spoke to the complainant who said a subject left his Missouri instructional license at the company. Contact with the owner was attempted, but without success. The permit was entered into evidence to be preserved.