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Sedalia Crime Reports and MSHP Accidents Reports: Morning of February 14, 2014

The following Sedalia crime reports and Missouri State Highway Patrol accident reports are from the morning of Friday, Feb. 14, 2014.

Woman arrested in Warrensburg for a pharmacy burglary in Sedalia on the 5th of February

According to a press release from the Sedalia Police Department, 27-year-old Hillary Jackson has been arrested on charges of stealing, and burglary. The arrest stems from a burglary at Plaza Pharmacy at 700 South Limit on the Feb. 5 when the pharmacy reported a large amount of prescription medicine was stolen. The press release states an extensive investigation led investigators to Warrensburg where Jackson was located and interviewed. The press release states that interview also solved a forgery case for the police department in Overland Park. Jackson reportedly returned to Sedalia voluntarily and was booked and released on the charges at the Pettis County jail.

Traffic stop Thursday morning results in arrest for a passenger of the vehicle

At 10:22 Thursday morning, Sedalia Police stopped a vehicle at 13th and New York. A check on the occupants of the vehicle revealed that the passenger had a failure to appear warrant out of Pettis County. Police arrested Zackery Edgington of Sedalia and transported him to the Pettis County jail pending a $2500 bond.

Pettis County Deputies arrest a Sedalia man on an active warrant

Around 8:30 Wednesday night Pettis County Deputies arrested Robert Anderson of Sedalia on an outstanding Municipal Warrant.

MSHP Accident Reports

Pettis County accident Thursday afternoon injures a Smithton teen and an 8-year-old boy

At 3:40 Thursday afternoon, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a one-vehicle accident on Missouri Route “O” and Griessen Road in Pettis County.  According to the accident report, the accident occurred as the 2001 Chrysler driven by 16-year-old Zachary Vaughn of Smithton ran off the right side of the roadway, overcorrected, ran off the road a second time, struck an embankment and overturned.  Vaughn suffered moderate injuries in the crash and was taken to Bothwell Regional Health Center by private vehicle for treatment. A passenger, 8-year-old Brock Huffman of Smithton, received minor injuries but refused treatment at the scene.

Lafayette County accident injures a Georgia man

Just after 7 p.m. Thursday night, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a vehicle accident on I-70 at mile marker 48.6 in Lafayette County. According to the report, the accident happened when a 2009 Freightliner driven by Dionsio Alcala of Holland Michigan lost a tire that struck a 2012 International Truck driven by 46-year-old Edward Shoemaker of Dahlonega, Ga., causing it to run off of the roadway, overturn and strike a ditch and a sign. Shoemaker received minor injuries and was transported to the Western Missouri Medical Center by Higginsville EMS for treatment.

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