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Afternoon Crime and Accident Reports: May 18, 2012

Traffic stop this  morning results in arrest for Lincoln man

At 4:46 this morning, Sedalia Police stopped a vehicle at South Limit and Country Club with a driver known to have a Sedalia warrant for failure to appear. A check through dispatch also revealed the driver, 20-year-old Chance Malecki of Lincoln was a suspended driver. He was arrested and transported to the Pettis County pending an $88.50 cash only bond on the Sedalia warrant, and a $531.50 bond on the driving while suspended charge.

Lafayette County accident involving a school bus injures five

At 4:50 Tuesday afternoon, the Missouri Patrol reported a two vehicle accident on Business 13 North of Linwood Lawn in Lafayette County. The accident occurred according to the report as a school bus, driven by 53-year-old Helen Seek of Lexington was stopped to allow children to exit, with lights and stop arms working. A 2010 Dodge driven by 29-year-old Ashley Pfeifer of Higginsville failed to stop, and struck the bus. Pfeifer received moderate injuries, and two passengers in her vehicle 1-year-old Austin Pfeifer of Higginsville, and 2-year-old Ryleigh Thompson of Concordia received minor injuries. Minor injuries were also sustained by two school bus passengers, 7-year-old Caylie Moore of Lexington, and 12-year-old Chelsea Riley, of Henrietta. All five of the injured were transported to Lafayette Regional by EMS for treatment.

Marshall Woman suffers moderate injuries in a Saline County Accident Thursday

Just after 9 o’clock Thursday morning The Missouri State Highway Patrol investigated a one-vehicle accident, that occurred on Eastbound I-70 at the 82-mile marker. The accident happened according to the report as the driver of a 2007 Ford driven by 45-year-old Brenda Thomason of Marshall, lost control of her vehicle, traveled off the roadway, struck a median guard cable, and overturned, coming to rest on the driver’s side. Thomason received moderate injuries in the crash, and was taken to Fitzgibbon by Saline County Ambulance for treatment.

50-year-old Slater man receives minor injuries in a Saline County accident

At 10:53 Thursday night the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a one-vehicle injury accident on Missouri 240 in Saline County. The accident occurred as the 1998 Buick Century, driven by 50 year-old Terry Narron of Slater ran off the left side of roadway, struck three Chevron Posts, returned to the roadway, crossed the center line, and ran off the right side of the roadway. The report states the vehicle suffered minor damage, and Narron received minor injuries. She refused treatment at the scene.

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