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Afternoon Sedalia Police Crime and MSHP Accident Reports: Afternoon of April 30, 2013

The following Sedalia Police crime reports and Missouri State Highway Patrol accident reports are from the afternoon of April 30, 2013.

Sedalia woman arrested for stealing at local Beauty Supply Store

Around 1:30 on Monday afternoon, Sedalia police responded to “Sally Beauty Supply” located at 3400 West Broadway on a theft complaint. Upon arrival, the suspect, 25-year-old Sarah Dunham of Sedalia, admitted to stealing merchandise and was arrested at the scene. The police report states that Dunham was transported to the Pettis County Jail, where she was given a court date and released on her own recognizance.

Thieves target a truck belonging to a local paint store to steal gas

On Monday afternoon, Dugan’s Paint Store at 3103 Erika Avenue reported that thieves broke the locked gas cap on one of its trucks parked in the parking lot of the business sometime over the weekend and siphoned out an unknown amount of gas. There were no suspects at news time.

Stereo equipment reported stolen from a truck over the weekend

At 7:00 Monday morning, Sedalia police took a theft complaint from a victim in the 1600 block of East 15th. The victim told officers that someone entered his truck sometime over the weekend and stole the head unit of his stereo. There were no suspects at news time.

Johnson County accident Monday morning injures two Holden residents

At 10:50 Monday morning, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a one-vehicle injury accident that occurred on Southwest 1501 Road South of Southwest 700 Road in Johnson County. The accident reportedly happened as the driver of a 2003 Dodge Intrepid, 36-year-old Rachel Wise of Holden, swerved to miss a deer and lost control of her vehicle. The vehicle then traveled off the roadway, struck an embankment and overturned, coming to rest back on the roadway. Wise and her passenger, 42-year-old Michael Wise of Holden, suffered serious injuries and were taken to Centerpoint Hospital for treatment.

55-year-old Odessa man injured in a one-vehicle accident in Johnson County

Just before 7:00 Monday evening, 55-year-old Joe Seward of Odessa was injured in a one-vehicle accident that occurred on Highway 131 south of County Road Northwest 700 in Johnson County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol accident report states that the accident happened as the 1982 Honda driven by Seward ran off the roadway, struck an embankment and overturned. Seward received moderate injuries in the accident and was transported to Centerpoint Medical Center by EMS for treatment.

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