April 26 Police Reports


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

Arrests

April 23

2:51 p.m.: Courtney M. Hughes, 31, of the 1200 block of West 11th Street, and Mattie L. Hood, 24, of the 1800 block of South Warren Avenue, were both issued a municipal court summons in the 2200 block of South Grand Avenue for public peace disturbance. Both parties told officers the other person was yelling obscenities at the other during a scheduled child visit and wanted to pursue charges against each other.

April 24

12:30 a.m.: Travis Eugene Ballew, 36, of the 1200 block of West 11th Street, was issued a municipal court summons at his residence for possession of marijuana. An officer made contact with two subjects who were walking in the roadway where a sidewalk was available. An investigation revealed one subject was in possession of marijuana.

11:40 a.m.: Ashleigh A. Hooker, 18, of the 1300 block of East 13th Street, was issued a municipal court summons at her residence for assault. The female victim reported she was assaulted by her sister while at her mother’s residence.

8:52 p.m.: Cassandra Leigh Mundy, 30, of La Monte, was arrested in the 1200 block of East 13th Street on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine).

Incidents

April 23

2:16 p.m.: A white touchscreen cell phone, valued at $100, and an orange-and-black nine-point European-style deer mount, valued at $200, were reported stolen from a vehicle in the 600 block of East 13th Street.

April 24

4:58 p.m.: A hit-and-run vehicle accident was reported in a private lot in the 400 block of West Fourth Street. The victim vehicle was a 2009 Nissan that sustained damage on the rear driver’s side.

6:34 p.m.: $434 worth of merchandise was reported stolen by a female suspect from a business in the 4300 block of Wisconsin Avenue.

Pettis County Sheriff’s Office

Incidents

April 23

1:20 p.m.: Child molestation and child pornography was reported in Sedalia by CASA.

Missouri State Highway Patrol

Arrests

April 22

3:32 p.m.: Chad W. Wagenknecht, 25, of Smithton, was arrested in Pettis County on charges of possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), unlawfully operating an all-terrain vehicle on a highway and unlawfully operating an all-terrain vehicle on a highway without a driver’s license.

10:15 p.m.: Hardie G. Loehr, 48, of Bonner Springs, Kansas, was arrested in Morgan County on charges of driving while intoxicated, driving with a revoked license and failure to drive on the right half of the road.

April 23

9:37 a.m.: Lukas J. Kenney, 19, of Overland Park, Kansas, was arrested in Johnson County on charges of driving while intoxicated, leaving the scene of an accident, misdemeanor assault, and no valid operator’s license.

11:27 p.m.: Jesse R. Wilder, 30, of St. Robert, was arrested in Henry County on charges of felony possession of a controlled substance, misdemeanor drug possession, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

April 24

6:49 p.m.: Curtis Edmund, 28, of Marshall, was arrested in Saline County on charges of driving while intoxicated and careless and imprudent driving.

11:27 p.m.: Daniel Robertson, 24, of Calhoun, was arrested in Henry County on charges of felony possession of a controlled substance, misdemeanor drug possession, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

11:27 p.m.: Katelyn E. Bean, 21, of Clinton, was arrested in Henry County on charges of felony possession of a controlled substance, misdemeanor drug possession, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

April 25

12:22 p.m.: James Bartlett, 56, of Potosi, was arrested in Moniteau County on charges of following too close, passing a vehicle and interfering with approaching traffic and possession of 35 grams or less of marijuana.

— Compiled by Nicole Cooke

Sedalia Democrat

— Compiled by Nicole Cooke

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