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Sedalia Crime Reports and MSHP Accident Reports: Afternoon of September 10, 2013

The following Sedalia Police crime reports and Missouri State Highway Patrol accident reports are from the afternoon of Sept. 10, 2013.

Fatal accident kills two in Saline County Sunday morning

Just before 1:00 on Sunday morning, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a fatality accident on Route “YY” a quarter of a mile North of I-70 in Saline County. The accident occurred as the driver of a 2000 Dodge Neon, 19-year-old Scott Mullins of Marshall, lost control of his vehicle, travelled off the roadway and overturned several times. The accident report states Mullins was ejected and a passenger, 19-year-old John Eitel, also of Marshall, was partially ejected. Mullins was pronounced deceased at the scene while Eitel was pronounced deceased after being air lifted to University Hospital. Another passenger in the vehicle, 19-year-old Mikaela Giles of Independence, was wearing a seatbelt and received serious injuries. Giles was taken to University Hospital by Air Ambulance for treatment.

Benton County accident results in serious injuries for a Sweet Springs man

Around 11:50 Saturday night, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a one-vehicle accident on US 65 Highway North of Route “AA” in Benton County The accident reportedly happened as the 2000 Ford F150 driven by 49-year-old Steven Harms of Sweet Springs traveled off the roadway, impacted a ditch and overturned, ejecting Harms, who was not wearing a seatbelt. Harms received serious injuries in the accident and was taken by air staff of Life to University Hospital for treatment.

Traffic stop nets man with a parole violation warrant

At 11:14 Saturday night, Sedalia police stopped a vehicle mat Broadway and Kentucky with no license plates. A check through dispatch revealed an occupant in the vehicle had an active parole violation warrant out of St. Louis. Arrested at the scene was 21-year-old Malik Lowary of Sedalia. At the time of the police report, he was in the Pettis County jail on the no-bond warrant.

Otterville man’s Mountain Bike stolen in Sedalia

Around 10:00 Sunday morning, an Otterville man reported the theft of his 10-speed mountain bike. According to the police report, the theft took place at a business in the 3600 block of West Broadway. There were no suspects at news time.

Thieves steal clothespins from East Bing’s

Monday evening a complainant with Bing’s East in the 1700 block of East Broadway reported someone had stolen two packages of clothespins valued at $4.95 from the store.

Suspect with a warrant arrested early this (Tuesday) morning

At 3:32 this Tuesday morning, Pettis County Deputies arrested Shawna M. Ivy in the 1700 block of East Broadway on identity theft and an outstanding warrant.

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