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Pettis County Sheriff’s Reports for September 27, 2022

This article is compiled from reports issued by the Pettis County Sheriff's Office. On the morning of September 22nd, Pettis County Deputies took a report of a Fugitive from Justice. David Elton Odom, 38, had multiple warrants for his arrest. The warrants were from Lake County, Florida on charges of Criminal Mischief, Trespassing, Driving While Suspended, Fleeing or Attempting to Evade, Child Abuse (Without Great Bodily Harm), and felony Probation Violations on charges of Possession of Heroin and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Formal filings will be submitted to the Pettis County Prosecutor's Office.
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The Clinton Police Department Actively Searching for Two Endangered Runaways

The Clinton Police Department is actively searching for two endangered runaways that we believe may be in the area. Information was recently developed that the two may be concealing themselves in a wooded area surrounding the city and come out to utilize free wifi available from a nearby shop or restaurant. This could describe several areas around town. We do not have a more definite area. One of the young men has a serious medical issue and may not have had required medication for nearly 10 days now. The Clinton Police Department needs the help of the extra eyes of their dedicated followers who have solved more than a few mysteries for them. If you have seen either of these young men or have any potential information regarding their whereabouts, please contact the Clinton Police Department at 660-885-5561 or 911.
CLINTON, MO
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Sedalia man and woman seriously injured in motorycle crash near their hometown

A Sedalia man and woman are seriously injured when their motorcycle is rear-ended by a car just outside their hometown. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says Charles McGinnis, 50, was driving his motorcycle on Highway 50 at Sadie Lane, about five miles northwest of Sedalia, last night, when he stopped for a red light. Troopers say a driver hit the back of the bike, throwing McGinnis and his passenger off the bike. Both McGinnis and Katherine Williams, 32, suffered serious injuries and were taken to University Hospital in Columbia.
SEDALIA, MO

Longtime Sedalia 200 Faculty Member Passes Away

It is with great sadness that we report Parkview Elementary School counselor Pam Crafton has passed away unexpectedly. The entire Sedalia 200 community extends our sincere condolences to her family and friends. District counselors are available to aid grieving students and staff members. Ms. Crafton started her Sedalia 200 career...
SEDALIA, MO
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Pettis County Circuit Court Cases Resolved Through September 19

Below is a sampling of cases that were resolved in the Circuit Court of Pettis County from Sept. 7 to Sept. 19. Travis D. Martin: age 32, Sedalia, MO was sentenced to 10, 10, 10, 7, 7, 7 and 4 year sentences in the Missouri Department of Corrections on seven separate matters (3 counts of Possession of a Controlled Substance-Clonazepam, 1 count of Possession of a Controlled Substance-Alprazolam, 1 count Unlawful Possession of a Concealable Firearm and 2 counts of Resisting Arrest).
PETTIS COUNTY, MO
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Pettis County teen dies in head-on collision near Sedalia

A Pettis County teen dies in a head-on crash just north of Sedalia. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports a 17-year-old boy from Hughesville was driving on Route O just before 6 o’clock this morning when he began to skid and crossed into oncoming traffic. The teen was pronounced dead at the scene.
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Looking For Place To See Your Favorite Team? Sedalia Has New Eatery!

It is always disappointing when a place where you like to eat closes their doors. However, it is equally exciting when a new place opens. Sedalia has seen the closing of Mighty Melt (and re-opening), the closing of Golden Corral, and Denny's. Well now we can get excited about a new place. A new eatery & pub called Volker's. I got a sneak peak, and I thought you would enjoy seeing what is in store for us. Their Grand Opening is Oct 1st!
SEDALIA, MO

Two people hurt after car rear-ends motorcycle near Sedalia

A crash Monday night on Highway 50 west of Sedalia left two people hurt. The crash happened in the eastbound lanes near Sadie Lane around 7:35 p.m., according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Troopers said a car driven by 19-year-old Brady D. Carr rear-ended a motorcycle waiting at a red light before going off The post Two people hurt after car rear-ends motorcycle near Sedalia appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
SEDALIA, MO

SH Volleyball Beats Green Ridge In Three Sets

The Sacred Heart High School Volleyball team traveled to Green Ridge Thursday. Junior Varsity battled in a tough three-set loss, while the Varsity came home with a win. JV lost 25-23, 12-25, and 13-15. Varsity won 25-17, 25-18, 25-6 As a team, Varsity had one of their best serving games...
GREEN RIDGE, MO
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Taser used on student at Sedalia High school during scuffle over gun

A taser is used on a student at a high school in Sedalia, after that student allegedly tried to grab an officer’s gun. The Pettis County Sheriff’s Office says a student at Smith Cotton High School was cutting himself on the wrists and forearms with a thin piece of plastic, in a classroom Thursday. The student as moved to a private area. The School Resource Officer and staff tried to examine and talk to the student, but were met with resistance, so they attempted to take the plastic from the student. Deputies say the student became combative, and as the SRO tried to move him to the ground, the student grabbed the SRO’s gun. However, it was secured in a retention holder. After giving the student several verbal commands to let go of the gun, a taser was used, and the student released the weapon.
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Sedalia Police Reports For September 27, 2022

This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports. Monday morning, Officers were dispatched to the lobby of the Police Station to speak with Kimberly T. Hagen. Hagen wished to report her juvenile son had run away from home in the 1200 block of Deseret Drive. Hagen stated that some time overnight, her son snuck out of the house and did not come home. Officers gathered the information to start the report. Later that morning, Officers were informed by the Smith Cotton High School resource staff that the juvenile had arrived at school. Officers contacted Hagen, and she went to make contact with her son.
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Otterville Man Injured in JoCo Rollover

An Otterville man was injured in a rollover accident that occurred just before noon Tuesday in Johnson County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports that an eastbound 2007 Buick Rendevous, driven by 22-year-old Daniel J. Rose of Otterville, was on US 50, west of Route P (near Montserrat) around 11:52 a.m., when an unknown vehicle merged into the same lane of traffic as the Buick. The Buick then traveled off the left side of the roadway to avoid impact and overturned.
OTTERVILLE, MO

Marshall Couple Arrested on Drug Charges

On Sunday at 8:53 a.m., Sedalia Police conducted a traffic stop near 10th and Osage. A probable cause search of the vehicle located a digital scale containing a white powdery residue and a partially consumed Xanax pill. Both the driver and the passenger, 35-year-old Robert L. Standley and 25-year-old Chelsey...
MARSHALL, MO
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Sedalia Area Life Chain Planned for Sunday

The Sedalia Area Life Chain will be held Sunday, Oct. 2, from 2 to 3 p.m., hundreds of area pro-lifers are expected to form a line along West Highway 50. On National Life Chain Sunday, members of many local churches, including St. Vincent DePaul, Our Savior Lutheran, Bethlehem Baptist and Antioch Katy Park Baptist, will join other Life Chain participants in America and Canada for the 35th year, to line sidewalks in over 1,200 cities to oppose abortion.
SEDALIA, MO
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Sedalia man sentenced to four years in prison on multi-county police pursuit charge

A Sedalia man is headed to prison on charges stemming from a 40-mile chase through three mid-Missouri counties. Paul Ramos, 33, pleaded guilty to tampering with a motor vehicle and resisting arrest last week. He was sentenced to four years in prison on the tampering charge and two years on the resisting arrest charge but will serve the sentences simultaneously.
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