Sedalia Police Crime And Missouri State Highway Patrol Accident report For October 8, 2014
Woman bitten on the buttock by a Pitt Bull
At 9:15 Tuesday night a female victim in the 900 block of East 5th filed a complaint with the Sedalia Police, that a White Pitt Bull bit her on the buttock leaving a bruise. The police report states the skin was not broken, and the victim did not seek medical attention. The owner of the Pitt Bull was contacted according to the police report, but there was no information on any action that was taken in the matter.
Burglary Complaint investigated in the 1700 block of South Summit Tuesday
Around 6:30 Tuesday evening Sedalia Police were dispatched to a residence in the 1700 block of South Summit on the report of a burglary. Upon contact with the female victim she told the officers someone had forced open the back door, and entered her home. The woman also reported some of her belongings were taken. The suspect had not been identified at news time.
Johnson County accident Tuesday morning injures a Warrensburg woman
At 6am Tuesday morning the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a one-vehicle accident, that occurred on Missouri Highway 23 North of County Road Southeast 350 in Johnson County. According to the report the accident happened as the driver of a 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe, 59-year-old Victoria M. Stephens of Warrensburg swerved to avoid an oncoming vehicle in her lane. The accident report states Stephens overcorrected, and ran off the roadway and overturned. Stephens suffered moderate injuries in the crash, and was transported to Research Medical Center by EMS for treatment.