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Two Sedalia Women Arrested on Multiple Charges

On Tuesday evening, Sedalia Police conducted a traffic stop in the area of West Main Street and South Prospect Avenue for speeding. The driver and occupant were identified and both were arrested on outstanding warrants, possession of marijuana, and identity theft. They were transported to the Pettis County Jail, where an additional charge of introduction of contraband into a jail facility was applied.
SEDALIA, MO
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Sedalia Police Arrest 2 In Drug Investigation at 4th Street Home

Sedalia Police Department's Crime Resolution Unit executed a search warrant in relation to an ongoing drug investigation just after 6:00 AM CDT this morning that resulted in two arrests. Police executed the search warrant at 1012 W. 4th Street and found methamphetamine, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and other items indicating methamphetamine...
SEDALIA, MO
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TRAFFIC STOP LEADS TO ARRESTS, DRUG-TRAFFICKING CHARGES BEING FILED

A traffic stop in Pettis County on Monday, September 20, led to the arrest and a formal drug charge being filed against each of the vehicle’s occupants. According to a report from a Sedalia Police detective, he allegedly located a set of digital scales with suspected methamphetamine residue on it; two baggies of suspected methamphetamine inside a lock box that weighed approximately 43 grams; and four additional plastic bags. Searching one of the subject’s phones, the detective says there were messages from a person requesting to buy all of the methamphetamine. Arrested were 53-year-old Kenneth Yoakum, of Kansas City, and 46-year-old Jeannie Davidson, of Centertown. Davidson now is 47 years old.
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Two men arrested after drug bust in Sedalia

Two men are arrested after police search a home in Sedalia as part of an ongoing drug investigation. The Sedalia PD says they forced entry into a home in the 1000 block of West Fourth Street early yesterday morning. Officers say several people were inside, and they found methamphetamine, marijuana, drug paraphernalia and other items to indicate that drugs were being sold from the home.
SEDALIA, MO
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AUTHORITIES ARREST TWO AFTER EXECUTION OF SEARCH WARRANT

Area authorities made a couple of drug arrests on Thursday, September 23. According to a release from the Sedalia Police Department, officers and detectives with the Crime Resolution Unit (CRU) executed a search warrant in the 1000 block of West 4th Street relating to an ongoing drug investigation. Officers forced entry into the home and encountered several subjects.
SEDALIA, MO
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Sedalia Police Reports For September 23, 2021

This article is compiled from the Sedalia Police Department reports. Wednesday afternoon, Sedalia Police responded to a reported vandalism in the 500 block of North Osage Avenue. Pamela K. Ehlers and Gavin Minddan Ray Galloway each reported the tires on their vehicles were slashed in the overnight. Officers on patrol...
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Family fights for masks to protect immunocompromised children

CENTERVIEW, MO (KCTV) – While school districts in Missouri are at liberty to make their own decisions when it comes to masks, one local family is pushing for added protection. The Graczyk family has 6 children, two with a genetic disease that could easily make a Covid-19 diagnosis deadly. Their...
CENTERVIEW, MO
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Windsor Man Falls Asleep at the Wheel in Pettis County

A Windsor man was injured in a one-vehicle accident that occurred Wednesday evening in Pettis County. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 23-year-old Dylan R. Hampton of Windsor was the driver of a westbound 2001 Chevy Suburban on Missouri 52, just east of Meisner Road around 7:15 p.m., when Hampton fell asleep, ran off the right side of the roadway, impacted an embankment, overturned and struck two MoDOT signs before coming to rest on its wheels, facing south.
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Renovation of historic Trust Building picks up pace

After years as a derelict reminder of Sedalia’s past, the historic Trust Building at Fourth Street and Ohio Avenue is turning over a new leaf. This week Roberts Rollings Architects announced …. This item is available in full to subscribers. Attention subscribers. We have recently launched a new and improved...
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100 Years of Hubbard Park pavers for purchase

To continue the celebration of 100 years of Hubbard Park, the Sedalia Parks and Recreation Department will be selling 12-by-12 pavers to go around the playground at Hubbard Park. This item is available in full to subscribers. Attention subscribers. We have recently launched a new and improved website. To continue...
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LAKE IN SEDALIA CLOSES DUE TO POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS ALGAE BLOOM

The City of Sedalia announced Spring Fork Lake will be closed through Tuesday, October 5, in regards to potentially hazardous algae bloom. The Missouri Department of Natural Resources notified the City of the potential bloom on Monday, September 20. The city is in the process of sampling and testing at different locations around the Lake to determine the type of algae bloom occurring.
SEDALIA, MO
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Protest at courthouse against school mask mandate

A small crowd from Speak Up Sedalia, ranging from 10 to 20 people, gathered in front of the Pettis County Courthouse on Wednesday for a protest against mask and vaccine mandates. This item is available in full to subscribers. Attention subscribers. We have recently launched a new and improved website....
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CITY OF KNOB NOSTER ISSUES BURN BAN

Due to numerous grass fires in Johnson County, the city Knob Noster is issuing a burn ban for its community until further notice. According to Johnson County Fire Protection District, officials say it is too dry for outdoor fires. For more information, you can contact the Johnson County Emergency Management...
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