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Police And Sheriff’s Crime Report and Accident Report: June 21, 2012

Here’s your police and sheriff’s crime report and accident report for June 21, 2012.

Sedalia Police arrest three suspects at WalMart Tuesday afternoon

At 4:23 Tuesday afternoon, Sedalia police were dispatched to the WalMart Store on a call from loss prevention personnel who had suspects in custody that were involved in the theft of batteries. Upon arrival, officers arrested 31-year-old Bryan Stevens of Smithton, 26-year-old  Nick Lombardi and 20-year-old Nichole Lipe of Sedalia. The police report states all three were transported to the Pettis County Jail where Stevenson, and Lipe were placed on 24-hour hold pending charges, and Lombardi was booked and released pending charges.

 

Thieves steal copper wiring and pipes from a residence on May Road in Pettis County

Just before 10 o’clock Wednesday morning, the Pettis County Sheriff’s Office received a theft complaint from a victim in Pettis County. According to the victim sometime between the end of April, and the first of June someone stole copper wiring, and pipes from a residence in the 32000 block of May Road.

 

Serious injuries suffered by a 30-year-old male victim in a Henry County accident

At 8:25 Tuesday morning, the Missouri State Highway Patrol, and the Henry County Sheriff’s Department investigated a motorcycle accident that occurred on Missouri “52″ at Missouri Route “B” in Henry County. The report states the accident happened as the driver of a Harley Davidson Motorcycle, 30-year-old Christopher Charlton of Windsor failed to negotiate a curve and travelled off the roadway. The motorcycle went into a ditch and ejected Charlton into a wooden traffic signpost, breaking the sign. Charlton received serious injuries in the crash, and was life flighted to St. Lukes on the Plaza for treatment.

 

18-year-old Odessa man injured in a Lafayette County accident Wednesday night

Around 7 o’clock Wednesday night, the Missouri state Highway Patrol reported a one-vehicle injury accident, on Route “D” just North of Oakwood Drive in Lafayette County. According to the report, the accident occurred when the driver of a 1996 Ford, 18-year-old Blake Weddle of Odessa, lost control of his vehicle on a curve, travelled off the roadway, then returned to the roadway and overturned, coming to rest on the passenger side blocking traffic. Weddle received serious injuries, and was life-flighted to Research Medical Center in Kansas City Mo. for treatment.

 

Bates City man reported injured in a Lafayette County Accident Tuesday night

At 9:05 Tuesday night, the Missouri state Highway Patrol reported an injury accident on the North Outer Road a mile West of Route “D” in Lafayette County. The accident happened according to the report when the 1997 Pontiac driven by 33-year-old Scott Kite of Bates City travelled off the roadway, struck a concrete culvert, and overturned, coming to rest upside down. Kite received moderate injuries and was transported by ambulance to Centerpoint Hospital in Indpendence for treatment.

 

Two-vehicle accident reported in Johnson County  Wednesday night

Just before 10:30 Wednesday night, the Missouri State Highway Patrol along with the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office reported a two-vehicle accident on Highway 131 and Highway “50.”  The accident happened as the 2004 Honda driven by 20-year-old Kelsey Ricketts of St. Charles Missouri failed to stop at a stop sign and travelled into the path of the 2006 Ford driven by 42-year-old Keith Churchill of Kingsville. The Ricketts vehicle struck the Churchill vehicle in the rear and came to rest in the median. Ricketts was taken by EMS to Centerpoint Hospital for treatment of moderate injuries.

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