The following Missouri State Highway Patrol reports are from the morning of Monday, Feb. 2, 2015.

There was a three-vehicle accident that happened last night (Feb. 1) at 7:30 in Pettis County. 31-year-old Arthur Stanley was driving westbound on Highway 50, just east of Airpark Road, when his vehicle struck the rear of a slowing vehicle, driven by 63-year-old Thomas Aberback. The two vehicles crossed the center of the roadway and then struck a third vehicle, driven by 29-year-old Emily Smasal. Stanley's vehicle overturned. Two passengers in Stanley's vehicle, 4-year-old Trance Stanley and 6-year-old Arthur Stanley III received minor injuries and were transported to Bothwell Regional Health Center by a private vehicle.

There was a one-vehicle accident that happened last night (Feb. 1) at 7:30 in Pettis County. 29-year-old Kristopher Estes, was driving southbound on Highway 65, just north of Trickum Road, and traveled off the right side of the roadway and struck a guardrail. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported that Estes had moderate injuries and was transported to Bothwell Regional Health Center, while the vehicle was totaled.

There was a two-vehicle accident that happened late yesterday afternoon (Feb. 1). 24-year-old Ivey Schleisman, of Warrensburg, was traveling westbound on Highway 50 at Missouri 131, when her vehicle started to slide and crossed the center of Highway 50. The vehicle traveled off the left edge of the roadway and struck a yield sign and then another vehicle. 37-year-old, Dawn Sheaffer, of Odessa, was sitting in the crossover waiting to cross over to Highway 50 to north on Highway 131 when her vehicle was struck. Schleisman received moderate injuries and was taken to Lee's Summit Medical Center. Sheaffer's vehicle suffered moderate damage, while Schleisman's vehicle was totaled.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol arrested Dean Reynolds of Warrensburg for driving while intoxicated. Reynolds was taken to the Warrensburg Police Department and released.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol arrested Shawn Brzuchalski for a felony probation and parole warrant and was taken to the Henry County Jail, with no bond.