Afternoon Sedalia Crime and Accident Report: May 8, 2012
Here’s your afternoon crime and accident report from the Sedalia Police Department for May 8, 2012.
Stover Man Arrested for Assault and Non-Support of a Minor Child on Thursday
Just after noon on Thursday, Sedalia police took an assault complaint from a male victim at the police station. According to the victim, a suspect known to him punched him in the face at a residence in the 500 block of west 3rd. Sedalia police made contact with the suspect, 30-year-old Luke Masoner of Stover, and found he also had a Pettis County Warrant for non-support of a minor child. At the time of the police report Masoner was in the Pettis County Jail on a Municipal charge of assault, and the Pettis County warrant. Bond on the warrant was set at $3500.
Thieves Steal License Plate Off a Pickup on South Lamine
At 7:22 Monday afternoon a female victim in the 1900 block of South Lamine reported the rear license plate, and its chrome holder was stolen from her pickup. The victim states the pickup was sitting in her driveway at the time of the theft. The number of the Missouri license plate is 1FP139. There are no suspects.
Cork and Bottle Reports Gas Drive-Off
Monday morning The Cork and Bottle at 3806 East Broadway reported a gas drive-off in the amount of $15. There are two suspects according to the police report.
Accident Reports from the Missouri State Highway Patrol
At 8:42 Sunday morning the Missouri state Highway patrol reported a one vehicle accident on US-65 Highway South of Route AC in Benton County. The accident occurred as the 1999 Ford driven by 19-year-old DeClan Cormack Doyle of Harrison Arkansas traveled off the right side of the roadway twice, then overturned before coming to rest on its wheels in a creek bed. Doyle received moderate injuries, and was transported to University of Columbia Medical Center by Air Ambulance for treatment.
At 1:23 Sunday afternoon 74-year-old Annetta Sheppard of Clinton received moderate injuries in a Henry County accident, that occurred on Missouri Route “7” at Big Creek Bridge. The accident happened according to the Missouri state Highway patrol report as the 2006 Buick driven by Sheppard traveled off the roadway, and struck a guardrail. Sheppard was transported to Golden Valley Hospital by EMS for treatment.
Around 2:40 Monday morning, the Missouri state Highway patrol, and the Johnson County sheriff’s Department reported a one vehicle accident, that occurred on Division Road at Missouri 58 in Johnson County. The accident happened according to the report as the 2003 Pontiac driven by 32-year-old Leslie Cameron of Centerview fell asleep, and traveled off the roadway coming to rest in a field. A passenger in the vehicle 33-year-old James Cameron of Centerview received moderate injuries, and was taken to Western Missouri Medical Center by Johnson County EMS for treatment.
At 9 o’clock Sunday night the Missouri State Highway patrol reported a two-vehicle accident that occurred on Northwest 400 two-tenths of a mile west of Northwest 161 Road in Henry County. The accident happened according to the report as a 2003 Chevrolet driven by 51-year-old Edward Mclaughlin of Clinton was exiting a private driveway onto the roadway, when an unknown vehicle struck it on the driver’s side, then fled the scene. McLaughlin and a passenger 67-year-old Ruby Rucker also of Clinton both received minor injuries, and were transported to Golden Valley Hospital by EMS for treatment. An investigation continues into the accident.