The following Sedalia Police crime reports and Missouri State Highway Patrol accident reports are from the afternoon of Mar. 5, 2013.

Pit Bulls kill a cat, owner not found

At 5:30 Monday night, Sedalia police responded to the area of Grand and Cooper on two pit bulls attacking a cat. Upon arrival, the dogs ran away but were seen taken into a home nearby. The owners of the dogs could not be located, but the report states animal control plans to make contact with them to ensure no more pets are killed. The cat died as a result of the attack.

Property damage complaint investigated in the Wood’s parking lot Monday

At 4:30 Monday afternoon, a female victim filed a property damage complaint with the Sedalia police. According to the victim, she returned to her vehicle parked in Wood’s parking lot located at 701 East Broadway after shopping and found the driver’s  front door, and front fender had been damaged with a sharp instrument. The victim estimated the damage at over $1000. There was no information on a possible suspect.

Thieves target a vehicle in the 600 block of East 11th

Around 2:00 Monday afternoon, Sedalia police investigated thefts from a motor vehicle in the 600 block of East 11th . The victim reported a socket set and 20 rubber tie down straps were stolen from their vehicle sometime over the past two days. Value of the stolen items was placed at $60. In a possibly related story, thieves also stole items from a vehicle in the 600 block of East 12th. There were no suspects.

Pettis County accident injures a 34-year-old Sedalia man

At 10:40 Thursday morning, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a two-vehicle accident on Northbound 765 on the North side of Sedalia in Pettis County. The accident occurred as the 1990 Buick driven by 34-year-old Kardell Sims of Sedalia was stopped at the South entrance to the Break Time located at 510 North Ohio. Sims turned onto 765, but his vision was obscured by a large pile of snow, and he pulled into the path of a 2012 Nissan driven by 55-year-old John Ripley of Sedalia, causing extensive damage to both vehicles. Sims was not wearing his seat belt and received minor injuries. He refused treatment at the scene.

Two Kansas City victims receive minor injuries in a Henry County accident

Around 11:35 Friday morning, the Missouri State Highway patrol reported an injury accident on Missouri Highway 13 at Southwest 1000 road in Henry County. The accident happened as the 2000 Ford driven by 62-year-old Mary Bundy of Kansas City, Missouri, traveled off the roadway and struck a snow embankment. Bundy received minor injuries but refused treatment at the scene. A passenger, 64-year-old Robert Lyndon of Kansas City, was taken to Golden Valley Memorial Hospital for treatment of minor injuries.