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Sedalia Police Crime Report& MSHP Accident Reports: Afternoon of October 2, 2012

Here are your Sedalia Police crime reports and Missouri State Highway Patrol accident reports for the afternoon of October 2, 2012.

 

24-year-old Sedalia man arrested on a Municipal Warrant

At 10:50 Monday night, Sedalia police made contact with a suspect walking in the area of 9th and Hancock.  A check through dispatch confirmed the suspect, 24-year-old Kenneth Millard of Sedalia, had a municipal warrant for failure to appear on back fines.  Millard was arrested and taken to the Pettis County jail pending a $168 cash only bond.

 

Johnson County motorcycle accident injures a Blue Springs man Sunday afternoon

At 3:25 Sunday afternoon, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a motorcycle accident on Route “BB” East of County Road Southwest 101 in Johnson County. The accident occurred as the 1978 Honda motorcycle’s kick stand came down, striking the highway causing the driver, 33-year-old Justin Penny of Blue Springs, to lose control and slide off the roadway.  Penny was ejected and received moderate injuries in the accident. He was transported to Centerpoint Hospital for treatment.

 

Four children injured in a one vehicle accident in Lafayette County Monday

At 12:14 Monday morning, The Missouri State Highway Patrol and the Lafayette County Sheriff’s Office reported a one-vehicle injury accident on Eastbound 24 Highway, two miles West of Lexington in Lafayette County. The accident occurred as the driver of a 1994 Oldsmobile, 16-year-old Queen D. Cole of Lexington, lost control of her vehicle, traveled off the roadway, struck a tree and overturned. The accident report states 15-year-old Shyann Cole received moderate injuries, while three other passengers, a 15-year-old female, a 9-year-old male and an 8-year-old male received minor injuries. All four injured victims were taken to Lafayette Regional Hospital for treatment. The driver escaped injury.

 

Two Greenridge residents involved in an accident with a Deer in Johnson County

At 7:15 Sunday night the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a one-vehicle accident on US 50 Highway in Johnson County. The accident happened according to the report as a deer entered the roadway from the center median. The 2008 Ford Ranger driven by 40-year-old Aimee Warren of Greenridge then struck the animal, causing moderate damage to the vehicle. Warren received minor injuries as a result of the accident, while her 18-year-old female passenger also from Greenridge received no injuries. Both victims refused treatment at the scene.

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