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Sedalia Police Crime And MSHP Accident Reports: Afternoon of May 13, 2014

Two teens arrested in an early morning theft case

At 12:33 this morning (May 13), Sedalia Police were dispatched to a report of a vehicle being broken into in the 900 block of South Osage. Upon arrival officers observed a vehicle leaving the area at a high rate of speed, and running a stop sign. Following a traffic stop the officer was able to determine the occupants of the vehicle identified as 18-year-old Terry Doyle, and a 17-year-old male subject were the suspects who broke into the vehicle. Doyle was arrested and taken to the Pettis County jail, and placed on 24-hour hold pending formal charges of Tampering with property of another person’s, purchase and possession of intoxicating liquor by a minor, and Stealing Motor Vehicle parts. The police report states the 17-year-old suspect was taken to the police station, and turned over to his parents.

Two people arrested during an investigation of a fight Monday evening

Around 5:44 Monday evening (May 12), Sedalia Police were dispatched to a reported fight in the 3200 block of South Stewart. Upon arrival officers determined 22-year-old Bradley Ray Scott of the residence would be charged with property damage, and 21-year-old Ashlyn Ray would be charged with trespassing. A referral was also made on a juvenile in the incident according to the police report.

Local Bank reports property damage by an upset customer

A police report states US Bank, located at 2102 West Broadway, filed a property damage complaint with the Sedalia Police Department. According to the complainant, a customer who was upset left the business they kicked the door causing an unknown amount of damage. There was no information on the suspect at news time.

MSHP Accident reports

Just after 3 Saturday afternoon (May 10), the Missouri State Highway patrol reported a one-vehicle injury accident on Missouri Highway 2 at Route “EE” in Johnson County. According to the report, the accident occurred as the driver of a 2011 Ford Escape, 41-year-old Ethan Watts of Windsor failed to negotiate a curve, and traveled off the roadway, struck an embankment, overturned coming to rest in a ditch on its side. The report states two children passengers in the vehicle, 8-year-old Bethany Hunsel of Windsor, suffered moderate injuries, while 5-year-old Ella Watts of Windsor received minor injuries. Both children were transported to Mercy Hospital by Johnson County Ambulance for treatment. Ethan Watts along with 33-year-old Patricia Watts of Windsor complained of minor injuries, and were taken to Truman Hospital by Johnson County Ambulance for treatment.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol assisted by the Henry County Sheriff’s Office reported a one-vehicle accident on Missouri Highway 7 at Northwest 401 Road in Henry County, at 7:50 Monday morning. According to the report the accident happened when  1994 Lincoln Mark 8 driven by 19-year-old Logan Nold of Clinton ran off the roadway, struck a culvert, became airborne and overturned. Nold received moderate injuries in the crash, and was taken to Research Hospital by Golden Valley Ambulance for treatment.

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