Sedalia Police Crime Reports and MSHP Accident Reports: Morning of April 23, 2013
The following Sedalia Police crime reports and Missouri State Highway Patrol accident reports are from the morning of April 23, 2013.
33-year-old Sedalia woman arrested Sunday morning on drug related charges.
Just after midnight on Sunday morning, Sedalia police stopped a vehicle at 16th and Grand with expired registration. A search of the occupants revealed a passenger, 33-year-old Angela Teeter of Sedalia, was found to have a methamphetamine pipe in her purse. The report also states a second methamphetamine pipe was found concealed on her person a little later. Teeter was arrested and taken to the Pettis County Jail pending charges of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Police investigate a fight in progress on South Harding
Just after 8:00 Saturday night, Sedalia police were called to the mobile home park at 1101 South Harding on a fight in progress. Upon arrival, officers located a victim with a nose thought to be broken and transported him to the hospital for treatment. The police report states the other person had left and had not been located at the time of the police report.
Police investigate a disturbance at 5th and Grand Sunday
On Sunday, the Sedalia police department investigated a disturbance at 5th and Grand. According to the caller, a woman attempted to run over her stepfather with a van he was trying to repossess from her. There was no other information in the police report.
Theft reported at a local business Sunday morning
On Sunday morning, Sedalia police took a theft complaint from a victim at Taz’s Treasures, located at 304 South Hancock. According to the victim, someone broke the padlock on the front door to gain entry to the business sometime overnight. Thieves stole 12 quasar eggs, 100 assorted rings, a hand crafted Eagle, a Craftsman Cordless Drill, Harley Davidson knives, sunglasses and a Keebler Cookie Jar. The items were valued at $1000 and there were no suspects at news time.
Lafayette County accident injures a 21-year-old Knob Noster man Friday
The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a one-vehicle accident on Route “Z” an eighth of a mile South of Mountain View Road in Lafayette County at 7:35 Friday night. According to the report, the accident occurred as a 2012 KIA driven by 22-year-old James Conley of Knob Noster attempted to negotiate a curve at a high rate of speed and skidded off the right side of the roadway. The vehicle then proceeded down an embankment, striking numerous trees before coming to rest at the bottom of the embankment. A passenger, 21-year old Donald Mosher of Knob Noster, received moderate injuries and was transported by ambulance to Centerpoint Medical Center for treatment.
Warrensburg woman injured in a Johnson County accident Sunday evening
Just after 6:00 Sunday evening, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a motorcycle accident on US-50 highway at Missouri Highway-13 bypass off-ramp in Johnson County. The accident happened as the 2006 Honda Motorcycle driven by 28-year-old Dustin Current of Warrensburg traveled off the roadway at the off-ramp and traveled down an embankment, ejecting a passenger, 39-year-old Aleena Burke of Warrensburg. Burke received moderate injuries and was taken to Centerpoint Medical Center by Johnson County Ambulance for treatment.
A two-vehicle accident in Johnson County injures a Concordia woman Saturday afternoon
At 2:18 Saturday afternoon, a 23-year-old Concordia woman was injured in a two-vehicle accident that happened on US-50 Highway at County Road Northwest 271 in Johnson County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol report states the accident occurred as the 2012 Volkswagon driven by 23-year-old Katherine Roberts of Concordia changed lanes in front of a 2010 Ford driven by 32-year-old Derrick Taylor of Centerview, and slowed to make a left turn. The report states taht Taylor could not avoid the vehicle and struck it in the rear. Roberts received moderate injuries and was taken to Lee’s Summit Medical Center for treatment.