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Sedalia Police And MSHP Accident Reports: Afternoon of September 21, 2012

Here are your Sedalia Police crime reports and Missouri State Highway Patrol accident reports for the afternoon of September 21, 2012.

Bicycle rider in jail for resisting arrest early this (Friday) morning

At 3:10 this morning, Sedalia police stopped a bicycle rider at 16th and Marvin for not having a headlight. When the officer ordered the rider to stop and get off of the bicycle, but he fled the area. Following a short pursuit, 36-year-old Timothy Davis of Sedalia was apprehended. The police report also states Davis was tased during the incident. At the time of the police report Davis was on 24-hour hold in the Pettis County Jail pending formal charges for riding a bicycle without illumination and resisting arrest.


Local business reports a theft from the cash register

Around noon on Thursday, a complainant at “Dollar and Cents” located at 401 West Main reported the theft of $50 from the cash register. According to the complainant, someone took the money sometime between 10 o’clock that morning and noon while she was not looking. There was no information in the police report on a possible suspect.


Suspect known to the victim steals his laptop computer

At 9 o’clock Thursday morning, a male victim in the 200 block of East 19th reported a suspect known to him had come into his home and took a laptop computer without his permission. There was no other information in the police report.


Sedalia man reports his expensive pool cue stolen

At 7:10 Thursday night, a male victim reported his “Rage” pool cue valued at $120 was stolen from his unlocked vehicle while it was parked in the parking lot of State Fair Moving at 118 North Lamine. According to the police report, there is a potential suspect in the theft.


Theft that occurred sometime over the past two weeks reported by a Sedalia woman

Sometime over the past two weeks, thieves targeted the home of a Sedalia woman in the 2400 block of Dennis Road. According to the victim there is one suspect in the case. There was no information on what was stolen in the incident.


Two Odessa females receive moderate injuries in a one vehicle accident this (Friday) morning

At 7:43 this morning, the Missouri State Highway Patrol along with the Odessa Police Department investigated a one-vehicle accident on Highway 131 and Route “U” in Lafayette County. The accident occurred as the 2009 Chrysler driven by 38-year-old Michelle Burns of Odessa, Missouri, crossed the centerline, then overcorrected causing the vehicle to leave the roadway, where it impacted a drainage ditch and hit a tree and a fence. Burns received moderate injuries, and was taken by ambulance to Centerpoint Hospital for treatment. A passenger in the vehicle, 12-year-old Samantha Webb of Odessa, also received moderate injuries and was taken by Life Flight to Children’s Mercy in Kansas City. The accident report states charges are pending.

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