Sedalia Police Reports for November 1, 2022

This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports.

On Monday evening, the Sedalia Police Department received a report from the Clinton Police Department regarding a sexual assault that occurred in the 2200 block of Clinton Road in Sedalia. The assault occurred between Saturday evening and Sunday morning. The case is still under investigation.

Sedalia police were dispatched to the 1700 block of South Carr Avenue for an assault reported Monday night. The assault actually happened in the 1600 block of South Carr Avenue. Aaron Josiah Sadler, 36, of Sedalia was arrested for felony assault in the 3rd degree and transported to the Pettis County Jail to be placed on 24-hour hold.

Early Friday morning, officers participated in a traffic stop in the area of ​​West Broadway Boulevard and South Vermont Avenue. The vehicle had been stopped for failing to maintain its lane. During the investigation, it was determined that the driver was intoxicated. Rimanty Ruben, 27, of Sedalia, was arrested and transported to the SPD. Ruben provided a breath sample which showed his blood alcohol level was over 0.08. Ruben was rushed to Pettis County Jail where he was arrested for drunk driving and later released.

Sedalia Police conducted a traffic stop near the intersection of South Park Avenue and West Broadway Boulevard early Tuesday morning. The driver was found to have lost his driver’s license in Alaska. A search of the driver and vehicle was conducted. Methamphetamine and drug use equipment were located. Randy J. Marcrum, 56, homeless, was arrested for driving with revocation, possession of a dangerous drug and possession of drug paraphernalia. Marcrum was transported to Pettis County Jail to be booked and then placed on 24-hour standby.

Officers observed a dark-colored SUV traveling west on West 3rd Street Saturday evening with no headlights on. Officers then conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle in the area of ​​West 3rd Street and South Missouri Avenue. During the investigation, it was determined that the driver was intoxicated. She was also discovered to have revoked driving status. Megan Eliene Stevens, 29, of Green Ridge, was arrested and transported to the Sedalia Police Department. There, Stevens provided a breath sample that showed his blood alcohol level was over 0.08. Stevens was then transported to Pettis County Jail to be booked and released for driving with dismissal and drunk driving.

Late on Halloween night, officers observed a vehicle at Katy Park, 2200 South Grand Avenue. The vehicle was parked after hours, with several child occupants. Upon further investigation, marijuana and other paraphernalia related to THC were found in the vehicle. The objects were seized and entered into evidence for destruction.

Last Thursday afternoon, the police were contacted by a victim about a theft. The victim said his roommate took his vacuum cleaner and sold it. The victim had an audio recording of the suspect saying he sold it for money. Anthony D. Quick, 35, of Sedalia, received a subpoena for theft, as the victim wanted prosecution.

On Monday evening, officers were dispatched to Easy-Stor, 3025 Clinton Road, regarding the property damage. A currently unknown suspect damaged a door.

Sedalia Police spoke to Joseph E. Boone at the police department Monday afternoon regarding a fraudulent charge against his bank account. Boone checked his account and found that $1100 had been withdrawn from it. The bank said the company was “Apple”. Apple said they could not say what was ordered, but did not complete the purchase and cancel the transaction. The company also said that at the same time, someone tried to access Boone’s I-Cloud account. Technically, there is a loss of $1,100 until the bank can complete its fraud investigation; the victim does not have access to the $1,100 at this time.

On Monday morning, Sedalia police began investigating an alleged rape in Sedalia. The violation was first reported to the Sedalia Children’s Division. The investigation is ongoing.

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