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Arrests



•Paula M. Allen, 33, of Goodwill Chapel Road, was arrested at 9:50 a.m. Wednesday at West Broadway Boulevard and Winchester Drive on a charge of driving with a suspended license, according to Sedalia Police Department reports.



•Zachary D. Gregory, 18, of McVey Road, was arrested at 1:08 a.m. Wednesday at East 16th Street and South Babcock Avenue on a charge of careless and imprudent driving with alcohol involved, according to Sedalia Police Department reports. An officer saw Gregory’s car attempt to pass another vehicle on East 16th Street, drive off the road and strike a power pole, reports stated. The pole fell on top of the vehicle, and power went out in that neighborhood, officers said. Nobody was injured.



•Ryan M. Cramer, 22, of the 600 block of West Broadway Boulevard, was arrested at 6:44 p.m. Tuesday at West Broadway Boulevard and South Limit Avenue on a charge of driving with a revoked license, according to Sedalia Police Department reports.



Vicious Dogs



Jason M. Brown, of 1819 S. Warren Ave., reported Tuesday that his pet rabbit was possibly killed by two dogs running loose, according to Sedalia Police Department reports.



Thefts



•Logan A. Hertel, of Cole Camp, reported Tuesday that on Monday his cell phone was stolen from Liberty Park pool, according to Sedalia Police Department reports.



•An employee of Broadway Car Wash, 2618 E. Broadway Blvd., reported Monday that money was stolen from coin machines at the business, according to Sedalia Police Department reports.



•An employee of Sedalia Auto Rental, 2101 S. Limit Ave., reported Tuesday that a wave runner was stolen from the business, and a wave runner and trailer were stolen from 3805 S. Limit Ave., according to Sedalia Police Department reports.



•An employee of First Choice Auto, 2934 Clinton Road, reported Monday that seven vehicles on the lot were damaged when they were broken into and their batteries stolen, according to Sedalia Police Department reports. A stereo was stolen from a car and speakers were stolen from another, reports stated.



Identity Theft



Christina Mejia, of Sedalia, reported Tuesday that she received a bill from the Internal Revenue Service for unpaid taxes as a result of her Social Security number being used without her knowledge in other states.


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