Sedalia Police Crime Reports And Missouri Highway Patrol Accident Reports July 5, 2012
Theft complaint filed by a property owner on East 15th
At 11 o'clock this )(Thursday) morning the Sedalia police department took a theft complaint from a Cole Camp property owner, who ownes a house in the 1000 block of East 15th here in Sedalia. According to the victim thieves stole an air condition unit, and the duct work in the basement for the unit from the residence, sometime between the 27th of June, and this (Thursday) morning. There were no suspects according to the police report.
Pettis County motorcycle accident results in serious injuries for a Sedalia man
Just after 8 o'clock Tuesday night the Missouri State Highway patrol reported an accident, that occurred on Southwood Lane 200 feet South of McVey Road in Pettis County. The accident happened according to the report when the 2008 Harley Davidson Motorcycle driven by 35-year-old Chris Eye of Sedalia crossed the centerline, and began to slide. The motorcycle then ran off the roadway, struck a manhole and fire hydrant, causing the motorcycle to overturn, ejecting Eye. Eye suffered serious injuries, and was taken to the University Hospital in Columbia by Life Flight for treatment. The accident report states charges are pending.
18-year-old Peculiar Mo. man seriously injured in a Saline County accident
At 7:27 Wednesday night An 18-year-old Peculiar Mo. man received serious injuries in a one-vehicle accident on I-70 at mile marker 63 in Saline County. The Missouri state Highway Patrol report states the accident occurred as the 2007 Nissan driven by 18-year-old Alexander Grable of Peculiar Mo. travelled off the roadway, struck an embankment, and overturned, ejecting Grable, who was not wearing a seatbelt. Grable received serious injuries, and was taken by Air Ambulance to Centerpoint Medical Center for treatment.
Johnson County accident injures five victims Tuesday night
At 8:49 Tuesday night the Missouri State Highway Patrol along with the Johnson County Sheriff's Office, and the Knob Noster Police Department, investigated a two-vehicle accident on 50 Highway, and Highway "DD". According to the report the accident occurred as the 2002 Ford driven by 35-year-old Christopher Boulais of Knob Noster was attempting to cross the Eastbound Lanes of 50 Highway, and pulled in front of the 2003 BMW driven by 46-year-old Edward Epps of Overland Park Kansas. The Epps vehicle struck the Boulais vehicle in the driver's door causing the vehicle to roll. Boulais received moderate injuries, and refused treatment at the scene, while his two passengers 6-year-old Carter, and 9-year-old Hunter Boulais were taken to Western Missouri Medical center by their mother for treatment of minor injuries. There were also two injuries in the Epps vehicle, and 18-year-old Payton Epps, and 10-year-old Mason Epps were transported to hospitals in the Kansas City area for treatment of minor injuries. There was no information on charges in the accident.