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Sedalia Police Crime Report And Accident Report: July 16, 2012

Here is your Sedalia Police report and accident report for July 16, 2012.

Sedalia man arrested Friday night on drug related charges

At 9:35 Sunday morning, Sedalia police responded to a report of a man vomiting out of his truck in the 500 block of East 17th. Upon arrival, officers located the man, who was taken to Bothwell Regional Health Center for treatment. The police report states officers found a synthetic drug and drug paraphernalia in the suspect’s truck. At the time of the report, charges of possession of a synthetic drug and possession of drug paraphernalia charges are being sought on 20-year-old Samuel Craig of Stover.

 

Sedalia woman arrested for domestic disturbance after life threatening statements

At 8:20 Sunday morning, Sedalia police responded to the 300 block of Scott Joplin Court on a domestic disturbance. During an investigation, officers arrested 38-year-old Carla Stephens of Sedalia after she made life threatening statements to a male subject. At the time of the police report Stephens was on 24-hour hold pending charges.

 

Industrial Park reports vandalism to a sculpture Thursday afternoon

Just before 3 o’clock Thursday afternoon, a complainant at the Thompson Meadows Industrial Park located at Main Street and Curry Avenue reported a copper sculpture at the entrance to the park had been damaged. According to the police report, estimates of the damage could run into several thousand dollars. There were no suspects at news time.

 

Man reports bullet holes in his house

Around 4 o’clock Thursday afternoon Sedalia police investigated a report of suspicious activity at a residence in the 500 block of East 10th. Upon arrival, the victim told officers he found bullet holes in the front of his home, after hearing gunshots the night before. There was no suspect information in the police report.

 

Benton County accident injures a Springfield woman Sunday afternoon

At 2:13 Sunday afternoon, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a two-vehicle accident on 65 Highway just South of Meyer Road in Benton County. The accident occurred according to the report as the driver of a 2001 Chevrolet, 48-year-old Patricia Woodruff of Springfield, lost control of her vehicle, traveled off the roadway, overcorrected and crossed the center line, causing her vehicle to hit the 1999 Dodge driven by 75-year-old Joseph Thomas of Climax Springs nearly head-on. Both vehicles suffered extensive damage in the accident, but Woodruff was the only person listed as injured in the report. She was taken to Bothwell Hospital for treatment of minor injuries.

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