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Sedalia Police Crime Reports and MSHP Accident Reports: Afternoon of June 14, 2013

The following Sedalia Police crime reports and Missouri State Highway Patrol accident reports are from the afternoon of June 14, 2013.

Two Sedalia residents arrested for burglary and property damage

Around 2:40 this morning, Sedalia police responded to a residence in the 1700 block of South Summit in reference to a burglary in progress. According to the police report, witnesses advised the police department that two suspects had broken a window and a front door screen to gain entry to the unoccupied residence. Upon arrival, officers arrested 22-year-old Raime Bain and 23-year-old Holly Sprinkle, both of Sedalia, and transported them to the Pettis County Jail. At the time of the police report, both suspects were on 24-hour hold at the jail pending formal charges for 2nd degree burglary and property damage.

Homeless man arrested late Thursday night for stealing

At 11:49 Thursday night Sedalia police were dispatched to the Walmart Store on a suspect who had reportedly stolen from the store and was running away. Officers located the suspect a short time later near the Galaxy Theater and arrested him. A check through dispatch revealed the suspect identified as 22-year-old William Franken, a homeless person, also had a failure to appear warrant out of Henry County. At the time of the police report, Franken was on 24-hour hold at the Pettis County jail pending a $500 bond on the warrant and formal charges for stealing.

Sedalia Automotive at 3000 Clinton Road reported thefts from a vehicle Thursday

Just before 1:00 Thursday afternoon, Sedalia police responded to Sedalia Automotive located at 3000 Clinton Road on a theft complaint. Upon arrival, the employee filing the complaint told officers that sometime over the previous two days, someone broke into a 1997 Chevy Centrion Truck and stole an in-dash AM/FM/CD/DVD player along with a rear facing monitor. The vehicle had a damaged window where someone gained entry to the vehicle and the headliner was damaged when the monitor was removed. Damage estimates totaled $500 according to the police report. There were no suspects at news time.

22-year-old Sedalia man suffers serious injuries in a Pettis County accident

At 7:00 Thursday night, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a one-vehicle injury accident that occurred on Yeater Road south of Cloney Road in Pettis County. The accident reportedly happened when the driver of a 2006 Ford, 22-year-old William Franken of Sedalia, made an illegal turn, ejecting 22-year-old Victor Turley of Sedalia from the bed of the truck. Turley suffered serious injuries and was taken to Bothwell Regional Health Center by private vehicle for treatment.

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