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Sedalia Police Crime Reports and MSHP Accident Reports: Afternoon of January 8, 2012

The following Sedalia Police crime reports and Missouri State Highway Patrol accident reports come from the afternoon of Jan. 8, 2012.

42-year-old female arrested Monday for assault

Just before 11:00 Monday night, Sedalia police responded to a disturbance in the 400 block of North Grand. Upon arrival, officers made contact with the residents, who were reportedly arguing. During the investigation, a female identified as 42-year-old Sheila Carwile of Sedalia punched another subject in the face. Carwile was arrested and taken to the Pettis County Jail pending a $533.50 bond on a charge of assault.

Attempted burglary investigated in the 500 block of East 5th

At 8:13 Monday night, Sedalia police investigated an attempted burglary in the 500 block of East 5th. According to the victim, he discovered a man climbing in the window of his garage. The suspect apparently saw the victim,and fled the area. There was other no information in the police report.

Lafayette County accident injures a Wellington man

Around 8:45 Sunday morning, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported an injury accident that occurred 3/10ths of a mile South of US-24 Highway in Lafayette County. The accident reportedly happened as the 2007 Ford driven by 25-year-old Christopher Schaberg of Wellington, Missouri, traveled off the right side of the right side of the roadway and overturned, coming to rest on its wheels. Schaberg received moderate injuries in the accident and was transported by EMS to Centerpoint Hospital for treatment. The accident report states charges are pending in the wreck.

Minor injuries reported in a Lafayette County accident Monday

At 7:20 Monday morning, a rollover accident was reported on Owl Creek Road west of Route WW in Lafayette County. According to the accident report by the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the accident occurred as the driver of the 2008 Mercury, 70-year-old Sharon Jones of Odessa, lost control of her vehicle and skidded off the right side roadway, over-corrected, crossed over the center line twice, traveled off the roadway and overturned. Jones reportedly suffered only minor injuries and refused treatment at the scene.

32-year-old Holden man suffers minor injuries in a Johnson County accident

Just before 7:00 Sunday night, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a one-vehicle accident on Route “O” North of KK in Johnson County. The accident occurred as a 2001 Mercury driven by 49-year-old Gene Bilyeu of Holden struck a cow in the roadway. A passenger in the vehicle received minor injuries in the crash and was taken to Research Hospital by Johnson County EMS for treatment. There was no information on the condition of the cow in the accident report.

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