The following Sedalia Police crime reports and Missouri State Highway Patrol accident reports are from the afternoon of Oct. 17, 2013.

Pettis County deputies arrest a suspect for a domestic disturbance Wednesday night

Just after 8:00 Wednesday night, Pettis County Deputies responded to a disturbance in the 27000 block of Worth Road. Upon arrival, deputies arrested Marco Pimentel of Sedalia on a charge of domestic assault 3rd degree.

Construction worker reports thefts from his vehicle early this (Thursday) morning

According to a Pettis County Sheriff’s report, an employee of Higgins Asphalt reported at 8:23 this morning that items were stolen from his vehicle parked on Oak Grove Lane. There were no suspects at news time.

Henry County accident injures two victims around noon on Wednesday

At noon on Wednesday, the Missouri State Highway Patrol and the Clinton Police Department reported a one-vehicle accident that occurred on Price Lane at Meadowbrook Drive in Clinton. The accident reportedly happened as the 80s model Ford F150 driven by 27-year-old Merle Coke of Sedalia swerved to avoid a collision with a vehicle and ran off the roadway. The Coke vehicle then struck a utility pole support cable, a cable box and a fence before coming to rest in a field. Coke received minor injuries and was treated at the scene, while a passenger, 22-year-old Julinda Hicks of Clinton, suffered serious injuries and was transported by Life flight Eagle to Research Medical Center for treatment.

Olathe Kansas woman injured in a one-vehicle accident Wednesday afternoon

Around 3:20 Wednesday afternoon, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a one-vehicle injury accident on I-70 just east of mile marker 43 in Lafayette County. The accident happened when the driver of a 2002 Chevrolet, 22-year-old Mikayla Dreyer of Olathe, Kan., lost control of her vehicle, ran off the roadway several times, then overturned, coming to rest on the driver’s side. Dreyer received moderate injuries and was taken to Centerpoint Medical Center by Odessa EMS for treatment.