The following Sedalia Police crime reports and Missouri State Highway Patrol accident reports are from the afternoon of May 3, 2013.

Four suspects in custody after attempting to pawn stolen property

At 4:44 on Wednesday afternoon, Sedalia police were dispatched to the Family Pawn at 2805 West Broadway in reference to stolen property being pawned. Upon arrival, an employee of the business told officers that four subjects brought items to the business they had earlier been notified were stolen by the Saline County owner. Officers took the four suspects into custody after being notified to do so by Saline County Law enforcement. Arrested at the scene were 22-year-old Keith Land of Clarinda, Iowa, 32-year-old Tabatha Holster of Clairmont, Mo., 32-year-old Thomas Engstrandt of Bradlyville, Iowa and 28-year-old Nicholas Ray of Nelson, Mo. All four suspects were transported to the Pettis County Jail and placed on 24-hour hold pending charges of receiving stolen property. The police report also states that Land was found to have four city warrants out of Marshall with bonds totaling $844 cash only.

Sedalia man arrested early this (Friday) morning for DWI & Resisting Arrest

At 12:47 this (Friday) morning, Pettis County Deputies arrested 45-year-old James Seymore of Sedalia for driving while intoxicated and resisting arrest.

Saline County accident injures a 32-year-old Trenton man

Just after midnight on Thursday morning, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a one-vehicle accident on 65 Highway at Business 65 in Saline County. The accident reportedly occurred as the 1996 Kenworth driven by Howard Harper of Trenton traveled off the roadway, struck a traffic control sign and came to rest in a ditch. Harper received minor injuries and was taken to Fitzgibbon Hospital by EMS for treatment.

Wednesday morning accident in Johnson County injures a Warrensburg woman

Around 11:00 Wednesday morning, 21-year-old Angelique Ghaffer of Warrensburg attempted to negotiate a curve on Route “PP” West of County Road 601 in Johnson County. The 2004 Chevrolet driven by Ghaffer was traveling too fast and began to slide, crossing the center line, and traveling off the roadway. The vehicle then struck an embankment and overturned. Gaffer suffered minor injuries in the accident and was taken to Lee's Summit Medical Center by Johnson County EMS for treatment.