Here are your Sedalia Police crime reports and Missouri State Highway Patrol accident reports for the afternoon of Dec. 20, 2012.

Sedalia man arrested Wednesday night on a fugitive warrant

Around 11:00 Wednesday night, Sedalia police were dispatched to the 300 block of East Chestnut on a warrant check. Upon arrival, officers located the suspect, 31-year-old Richard Itrich of Sedalia. According to the police report, Itrich had no-bond fugitive from justice warrant and a failure to appear warrant out of Sedalia. At the time of the police report, Itrich was in the Pettis County Jail on 24-hour hold plus the no-bond warrant.

18-year-old Windsor arrested during a traffic stop for an active warrant

During a traffic stop at 9:23 this (Thursday) morning, Sedalia police arrested a passenger in the vehicle on an active warrant. The suspect, 18-year-old Brianna Thrasher of Windsor, had a failure to appear warrant out of Johnson County. She was taken to the Pettis County where she was booked and released with a court date after posting a $50 bond.

Local company reports a $70,000 piece of equipment stolen

Just before 8:00 Tuesday morning, a complainant with Poort Excavating of Sedalia filed a theft complaint with the Sedalia Police Department. According to the complainant, a Caterpillar Skid Steer Unit valued at $70,000 was stolen from a job site in the area of 15th and Hancock. There was no information on a possible suspect in the police report.

Sedalia man reports someone tampered with his mail while he was on vacation

At 9:30 Tuesday morning, Sedalia police were dispatched to a residence in the 2600 block of West 32nd on a report of someone tampering with mail. According to the victim, he was reviewing his surveillance video after he returned from vacation and saw a white male suspect removing mail from his mailbox. There was no other information in the police report.

Female victim reports her vehicle was damaged by vandals

Tuesday morning, a female victim in the 3400 block of Lehi Circle reported that someone damaged her vehicle sometime overnight. According to the victim, the vehicle was keyed on all sides, a side mirror was broken, the windshield was broken and there were dents on the passenger side. There was no damage estimate and no suspects had been identified at the time of the police report.

Johnson County accident injures a 16-year-old driver

At 11:10 Wednesday night, the Missouri State Highway Patrol along with the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office and Johnson County Fire reported a one-vehicle accident on 465 Northwest and 800 Road in Johnson County. The accident reportedly happened as the 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt driven by 16-year-old Caleb Thomas was traveling too fast for road conditions. Thomas lost control of his vehicle, hit an embankment and overturned with the vehicle coming to rest on its top.  Thomas suffered moderate injuries and was transported by Johnson County EMS to the Children Mercy Hospital for treatment.