Afternoon Sedalia Police Crime And Missouri State Highway Patrol Accident Reports For November 6, 2014
Suspect arrested after stealing items from a cargo trailer
On the 30th of October the Sedalia police were dispatched to a residence in the 600 block of east 27th in reference to thefts from a cargo trailer. The police report states a vehicle with the items belonging to the trailer was located and a suspect was identified. A short time later the suspect, 25-year-old Austin H. Carlock of Sedalia was located and arrested. At the time of the police report Carlock was in the Pettis County jail pending state charges. The report also states the value of the items taken from the trailer was $1180.
Traffic stop nets a man with a Wentzville Warrant this (Thursday) morning
At 4:35 this (Thursday morning Sedalia Police stopped a vehicle in the area of Broadway and Summit for failing to dim the headlights for oncoming traffic. A subsequent check on the driver, 20-year-old Treston D. Clay of Sedalia revealed he had a warrant out of Wentzville. Clay was arrested and transported to the Pettis County jail where he was booked and released with a court date on charges of driving while suspended, and failure to appear.
Marshall Man suffers serious injuries in a Lafayette County accident Wednesday morning
Around 10:45 Wednesday morning the Missouri state Highway Patrol reported a one-vehicle accident on Missouri Highway 20 just east of Rocky Ford Road in Lafayette County. According to the report the accident occurred as the driver of a 1999 Oldsmobile. 35-year-old Richard A. Bennett II of Marshall fell asleep at the wheel causing the vehicle to travel off the roadway and overturn. Bennett suffered serious injuries in the crash, and was transported by LifeFlight Eagle Air Ambulance to Centerpoint for treatment.
One vehicle accident reported in Henry County late Tuesday night
Just before midnight Tuesday night the Missouri State Highway Patrol investigated an accident that occurred at the intersection of Route “J” and Missouri Highway 2. The accident reportedly happened when the 2000 Ford Windstar driven by 40-year-old Amy J. Hastings of Warrensburg ran off the roadway on the Northside of the intersection, travelled down a ditch, struck a road sign, a utility pole, and a fence before coming to rest in a field. Hastings received minor injuries, but decided to seek her own treatment.