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Sedalia Police Crime Reports and MSHP Accident Reports: Afternoon of November 27, 2012

Here are you Sedalia Police crime reports and Missouri State Highway Patrol accident reports for the afternoon of Nov. 27, 2012.

Local business in downtown Sedalia reports thefts from cash register

At 9:30 Monday night, Sedalia police responded to ABC Advertising located at 400 South Osage to investigate reported thefts. Upon arrival, the complainant told officers a suspect was captured on surveillance video stealing money and checks from the cash register after the business had closed. There was no other information in the police report.

Property damage complaint filed by a victim in the 600 block of West 6th

At 11:15 Monday morning, Sedalia police were dispatched to a residence in the 600 block of West 6th on a property damage report. According to the victim, someone damaged a storage shed on his property sometime overnight . There were no suspects and no estimate of damage was given on police report.

Casey’s on West Main reports a gas drive off

Early Monday morning, the Casey’s at 1909 West Main reported a gas drive off in the amount of $32.25. According to the police report a description of the vehicle and a license number was given to the officers.

Henry County accident Sunday evening injures three Calhoun residents

At 6:35 Sunday evening, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a one-vehicle injury accident on Route “C” and Northeast 1001 Road in Henry County. The accident occurred as the driver of a 1999 Chrysler, 24-year-old Wyatt Shearer of Calhoun, lost control of his vehicle, causing it to leave the roadway, strike a ditch and overturn. Shearer suffered moderate injuries, while a passenger 20-year-old Veronica Burson of Calhoun had serious injuries in the crash. Both Shearer and Burson were transported by Lifeflight to Research Medical Center for treatment. A second passenger, 37-year-old Joseph Erwin of Calhoun, received moderate injuries and was taken to Golden Valley Memorial Hospital by private vehicle for treatment.

Johnson County accident results in injuries for two out of state victims

Just after noon on Sunday, the Missouri State Highway Patrol investigated a one-vehicle accident, that happened on US “50” Highway just West of County Road Northwest 550 in Johnson County. According to the accident report, the accident occurred as the 2005 Toyota driven by 59-year-old Lorayne McHugh of Lenexa, Kansas traveled off the roadway twice before striking a ditch and overturning before coming to rest on its top. A passenger in the vehicle, 18-year-old Alex Mutti of New York, New York, received moderate injuries and was transported to Lee’s Summit Hospital by EMS for treatment. Another passenger, 26-year-old Sean McHugh of Lenexa, Kansas, received minor injuries but refused treatment at the scene.

Four injuries reported in a Lafayette County accident Sunday evening

Four people were reportedly injured in a two-vehicle accident at 5:25 Sunday evening according to a Missouri State Highway patrol report. The report states the accident happened as a 2007 Honda Accord driven by 21-year-old Kimberly Romine of Blue Springs was slowing due to some traffic congestion. A 2000 Volkswagen driven by 40-year-old Charlene Finnell of Kansas City, Kansas overtook the Romine vehicle and struck it in the rear. Romine and her passenger, 21-year-old Natalie Jones of Independence, Missouri, received minor injuries but refused treatment at the scene. 47-year-old Tammy Baker and 12-year-old Kaylee, both of Kansas City, Kansas, who were passengers in the Finnell vehicle received minor injuries and were taken to Centerpoint Hospital in Independence for treatment.

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