Bogle, Paul, 38, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to burglary, stealing and possession of a controlled substance in connection with two separate arrests in April. On April 7, Sedalia Police Officers Travis Lorenz and Bill Connor arrested the defendant after finding him in possession of property stolen moments earlier from a home on South Park. After the defendant posted bond on those charges, he was arrested April 28 by Sedalia Police Officer Todd Nappe, who found oxycodone and oxymorphone pills in the defendant’s pocket. He was sentenced to serve 7 years in prison.
Buckner, Latara, 23, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance, admitting she possessed methamphetamine July 8 when Pettis County Sheriff’s Deputy Shawn Apel stopped a vehicle in which the defendant was a passenger. She was sentenced to 3 years in prison. Her probation on an earlier stealing charge was also revoked.
Crawford, Jr., Billy G., 24, Green Ridge, pleaded guilty to three counts of forgery, offenses committed in December when the defendant forged checks on a family member’s account. He was placed on probation for 5 years with requirements that he pay restitution and serve 60 days of shock detention.
Curry, Jimmie, 34, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to driving while revoked. Sedalia Police Officer Michael Elwood arrested the defendant January 1. The offense was a felony because the defendant has three prior convictions for similar offenses. He was placed on probation for 5 years with a requirement that he serve 60 days of shock detention.
Franken, William, 23, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to stealing, admitting that on June 13, he left Walmart with a grocery cart full of merchandise without paying. He was sentenced to serve 90 days in jail.
Hall, Wanda, 48, Warrensburg, pleaded guilty to DWI, a felony due to her prior convictions for DWI in 1997 and 2002. Sedalia Police Officer Bradley Arnold arrested the defendant August 19, 2012 after her vehicle was stuck on a raised median on Highway 65. Hall was sentenced to serve 5 years in prison. The Court reserved jurisdiction to consider probation if the defendant completes the 120 day Institutional Treatment Program.
Price, Jr., Larry, 32, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and was placed on probation for 5 years. Sedalia Police Officer Michael Elwood arrested the defendant for a city ordinance violation April 4, 2012 and found methamphetamine in his pocket. As conditions of probation, the defendant will be required to serve 30 days of shock detention and perform 120 hours of community service work.
Rabourn, Traci, 30, Sedalia, was ordered to serve a 5 year sentence when her probation was revoked on a charge of possession of methamphetamine. She was placed on probation after a guilty plea in March. Her probation was revoked because she failed to report to her probation officer and refused to enter a drug treatment program. The Court retained jurisdiction to consider probation if the defendant successfully completes the Institutional Treatment Program.
Stevenson, Wayne, 50, Kansas City, pleaded guilty to stealing and DWI in connection with a February 2 arrest. After a clerk at a Sedalia convenience store reported that the defendant stole beer from the store, Trooper Stephanie Schapp and Dep. Curtis Hammonds located the defendant, who was intoxicated and in possession of the stolen beer. The stealing offense was a felony because the defendant has seven prior stealing convictions. He was sentenced to serve 2 years in prison.
Webb, Chiron, 22, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana, admitting he possessed the drug when the Sedalia Police Department’s S.T.I.N.G. Unit served a search warrant on South Carr January 30. He was sentenced to serve 240 days in jail.
Whiteman, Michael, 41, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and resisting arrest and was sentenced to serve 4 years in prison. The defendant ran from Sedalia Police Officer Michael Elwood when the officer tried to arrest him June 9 on an outstanding warrant. The officer found methamphetamine in the defendant’s possession after the arrest.
Woolery, Jacob, 26, Sedalia, pleaded guilty to four counts of delivery of a controlled substance, admitting that on three separate days in late 2011, he sold marijuana and methamphetamine to an undercover Highway Patrolman. He was sentenced to serve 9 years in prison.
–Submitted by Pettis County Prosecuting Attorney Jeff Mittelhauser