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Sedalia Crime Reports and MSHP Accident Reports: Afternoon of January 30, 2014

The following Sedalia Police crime reports, Pettis County Sheriff’s crime reports and Missouri State Highway Patrol accident reports are from the afternoon of Jan. 30, 2014.

Sedalia man taken into protective custody this (Thursday)morning

At 2:38 this morning, Sedalia Police were dispatched to the area of Broadway and Ingram on the report of a suicidal subject on foot. The police report states they located the 30-year-old male subject at 6th and Hancock, and found he was intoxicated. The man said he was just joking around when he said he had suicidal thoughts. Officers took the man into protective custody and transported him to the Pettis County Jail. No other information was available in the police report.

 

Smithton woman issued a citation and given court date during a traffic stop

Around 3:50 Wednesday afternoon, Sedalia police issued a citation to Collin Bressie of Smithton during a traffic stop for improper registration. Bressie was also given a court date of March 5.

 

Burglar complaint investigated in the 1800 block of South Engineer on Wednesday

Sedalia Police responded to a burglary complaint in the 1800 block of South Engineer at 5:45 Wednesday evening. Upon contact with the victims, they reported that sometime between 3:45 and 5 p.m. that afternoon, someone entered their home and stole over $300 in change from the residence. There were no suspects at news time.

 

Pettis County Deputies arrest a man Wednesday for domestic assault

At 4:36 Wednesday afternoon, Pettis County Deputies were dispatched to 120 East Main in reference to an assault complaint. Upon arrival, the female victim told the deputies that her husband, identified as Delfino Pintor, had assaulted her in the parking lot at Tyson’s. Pintor was arrested and taken to the Pettis County Jail where he was placed on 24-hour hold pending state charges for 2nd degree domestic assault.

 

Multiple injuries reported in a Lafayette County Accident

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a two-vehicle accident on US-24 Highway at 131 Highway in Lafayette County at 5:48 Tuesday evening. The accident reportedly occurred as the 2006 Toyota Sienna driven by Lael Burris of Kansas City, Missouri failed to yield to a 1989 Chevrolet S-10 driven by 49-year-old Darren McAbee of Brunswick, Missouri.  McAbee suffered serious injuries in the accident and was taken to Research Medical Center by Life Flight Eagle for treatment. A passenger in the McAbee vehicle, 37-year-old MyLinda Sewell of Brunswick, and the driver of the striking vehicle suffered moderate injuries and were transported by EMS to Centerpoint Medical Center in Odessa for treatment. Dara McAbee, 25, was treated for minor injuries at the scene and released. None of the injured in the McAbee vehicle were wearing seat belts.

 

Belton man injured in a Johnson County accident this (Thursday) morning

At 7:45 this morning, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported an injury accident on US 50 Highway at Missouri 58 in Johnson County. The accident occurred as the 1999 Honda Accord driven by 38-year-old Valerie Hatfield of Centerview failed to yield to a 2003 Saturn driven by 66-year-old Donald Schuster of Belton. Schuster suffered moderate injuries and was taken to Centerpoint Hospital by Johnson County EMS for treatment. Hatfield refused treatment at the scene claiming no injuries.

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