This list is a sampling of crime in Sedalia and the surrounding area. Information is taken from official police reports, which do not necessarily contain statements from all parties involved in each case.
Sedalia Police Department
7:56 p.m.: Judy Kay Tatum, 19, of the 32000 block of Tatum Road, was arrested in the 3200 block of West Broadway Boulevard on a charge of stealing.
9:33 p.m.: Nelson Lazaro-Romero, 26, of the 400 block of Wilkerson Street, was arrested near the intersection of West 16th Street and South Quincy Avenue on a charge of driving while intoxicated.
8:14 a.m.: Evan Christian Bankovich, 21, of the 2800 block of Whitney Drive was arrested near the intersection of East Boonville Street and Clarke Avenue on a charge of possession of marijuana.
11:19 a.m.: $1,600 worth of unspecified merchandise was reported stolen from a business in the 2700 block of West Broadway Boulevard. The front door appeared to be forced open.
2:35 p.m.: A wallet, driver’s license and Social Security card were reported stolen from a vehicle parked in front of a residence in the 900 block of West 11th Street.
2:44 p.m.: Two packages of make-up, valued at $14, were reported stolen by a female juvenile from a business in the 700 block of East Broadway Boulevard.
3:50 p.m.: A bicycle, valued at $300, was reported stolen in the 1000 block of East 10th Street.
4:27 p.m.: A GPS unit, valued at $200, was reported stolen from a vehicle parked in the driveway of a residence in the 900 block of South Harrison Avenue.
5:20 p.m.: The windshield and paint on a vehicle was reported damaged in the 1100 block of South Harding Avenue after the suspect vehicle had been carelessly and imprudently driving, spinning gravel onto the victim’s vehicle. Damage was estimated at $400.
12:54 a.m.: Prescription medications and personal hygiene items, combined value of $150, were reported stolen in the 900 block of Winchester Drive.
Missouri State Highway Patrol
6:46 p.m.: Moley C. Parmley, 62, of Montrose, was arrested in Henry County on charges of driving while intoxicated and failure to drive on the right half of the road.
— Compiled by Nicole Cooke