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Afternoon: Sedalia Police Crime And MSHP Accident Reports For May 22, 2014

22-year-old Sedalia man arrested this (Wednesday) morning

At 8:43 this (Thursday) morning Sedalia police observed a vehicle at Main and Harding with a driver known to be a suspect in a recent theft case.  Officers located the suspect vehicle parked in a driveway in the 600 block of East Booneville, but the suspect had fled. During a search for the suspect officers were informed he was hiding at a nearby address. The suspect 22-year-old William Hunter of Sedalia was arrested and transported to the Pettis County jail, and placed on a 24-hour hold pending formal charges of trespassing 1st degree, and resisting arrest.

Traffic stop lands a 33-year-old Sedalia woman in jail Wednesday night

Just after 10:30 Wednesday night Sedalia Police  investigated a stopped vehicle at 32nd and Limit. A check through dispatch revealed the driver, 33-year-old Jessica Sanders of Sedalia was a suspended driver, and also had an active Cass County warrant. She was arrested and taken to the Pettis County jail pending a $533.50 bond.

38-year-old Sedalia man arrested for driving while revoked Wednesday night

Around 1:42 Wednesday afternoon Sedalia Police stopped a vehicle at 6th and New York with a driver whose license was revoked. The police report states 38-year-old  Jose Alfredo Alarcon of Sedalia was arrested and taken to the Pettis County Jail where he was placed on 24-hour hold pending formal charges.

MSHP Accident Reports

Motorcycle accident in Pettis County injures a Sedalia woman Tuesday night

According to a Missouri State Highway patrol accident report, at 7:45 Tuesday night 49-year-old Shannon Hood of Sedalia was injured in a motorcycle accident. The accident report states Hood swerved her 2009 Harley Davidson Motorcycle to avoid an animal on 32nd Street a tenth of a mile East of Rissler Road in Pettis County, and overturned. She suffered moderate injuries in the accident and was taken to Bothwell Hospital by private vehicle for treatment.

Bates City woman suffers injuries in a vehicle pedestrian accident Wednesday night

At 9pm Wednesday night the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported an accident in Johnson County involving a pedestrian. The accident reportedly occurred as the driver of a 2000 Ford F150 Pickup driven by 47-year-old Ralph Duncan of Bates City was backing the vehicle into a garage, when his foot slipped off of the clutch causing the vehicle to lunge backward, striking 57-year-old Anita Duncan of Bates City, and pinning her against the garage wall. Anita Duncan suffered moderate injuries, and was transported to Center Point Medical Center, by Johnson County Ambulance District for treatment.

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