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Sedalia Police Crime Reports And MSHP Accident Reports: Afternoon of November 7, 2012

Here are your Sedalia Police crime reports and Missouri State Highway Patrol accident reports for the afternoon of Nov. 7, 2012.

Shoplifter arrested at Walmart Friday night

Around 1:30 Friday afternoon, Sedalia police were dispatched to the Walmart Store on a shoplifter. Upon arrival, officers spoke to asset protection personnel who told them 50-year-old Tracey Bryan of Florence had been observed concealing jewelry in her purse and leaving the store without paying for them. Officers arrested Bryan and transported her to the Pettis County Jail, where she was placed on 24-hour hold pending formal charges. The jewelry was valued at $71.37.

Sedalia police investigating an assault that took place Tuesday morning

At 4:38 Tuesday morning, Sedalia police responded to Bothwell Regional Health Center on a reported assault. Upon arrival, officers met with a 25-year-old female victim with visible cuts and bruises.  The victim said the injuries were from kicks and punches from her boyfriend.  According to the victim, the assault took place while she and the boyfriend were in a vehicle. The police report states the suspect has been contacted by phone but has not come forward for an interview.

Casey’s on east Broadway reports a burglary

At 5:35 Monday evening, Sedalia police investigated a reported burglary at the Casey’s Store in the 1600 block of East Broadway. According to a complainant, someone stole $450 from the cash drawer in the store sometime between 4:00 and 5:00 that afternoon. There were no suspects at the time of the police report, but an investigation is ongoing.

Break Time Convenience Store on West Broadway reports a theft

At 3:30 Sunday afternoon, Sedalia police were dispatched to the Break Time at 318 West Broadway on a theft complaint. Upon arrival, the caller told officers a female customer had left the store without paying for a pair of sunglasses priced at $14.99. There is a suspect in the case.

Lafayette County accident injures a Lexington man

Just before 4 o’clock Tuesday afternoon, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a one-vehicle injury accident on US Highway 24, a mile west of Lexington in Lafayette County. According to the accident report, the driver of a 1991 Ford Ranger, 42-year-old Charles Graves of Lexington, lost consciousness due to a prior medical condition, ran off the roadway and struck a culvert before coming to rest in a field. Graves received moderate injuries and was taken to Lafayette Regional Hospital by private vehicle for treatment.

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