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Sedalia Police Crime Reports & Highway Patrol Accident Reports: August 2, 2012

Here is your Sedalia Police crime reports and Missouri State Highway Patrol reports for August 2, 2012.


Two suspects arrested during a disturbance call Wednesday night

Around 11 o’clock Wednesday night, Sedalia police were dispatched to a residence in the 700 block of East 9th on a disturbance. Upon arrival they found a suspect, 41-year-old Darwin Potts of Kansas City, who had a parole violation warrant. At the time of the police report, Potts was being held without bond on the warrant. The police report also states the owner of the home, 35-year-old Pamela McNish, hindered the arrest and was arrested herself. She was taken to the Pettis County Jail where she was booked and released with a court date.


Sedalia man arrested while in court Wednesday morning

A Sedalia Police report states while an officer was in the courtroom at City Hall Wednesday morning, he recognized a suspect identified as 19-year-old Trevor Leary of Sedalia, who was known to have a Pettis County Warrant for failure to appear on a hit and run charge. Leary was arrested and transported to the Pettis County jail pending a $5000 bond.


Independence woman injured in a Lafayette County Accident Wednesday afternoon

At 1:40 Wednesday afternoon, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a one-vehicle accident on Varner Road and Oakland School Road in Lafayette County. According to the report, the accident occurred as the 1996 Chevrolet driven by 20-year-old Layla Abu-Hijleh of Independence left the roadway , struck a ditch and overturned, coming to rest on its wheels.  Hijleh received moderate injuries in the accident, and was taken by ambulance to Centerpoint Medical Center for treatment. The accident report states charges are pending.


83-year-old Windsor woman injured in a one-vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon

Tuesday afternoon, a female victim received minor injuries in a one-vehicle accident on Northeast 101 a half mile north of Northeast 300 in Henry County. The Missouri State Highway patrol report states the accident occurred as the driver of a 1998 Buick, 83-year-old June Timmerman of Windsor, lost control of her vehicle and traveled off the roadway several times. The vehicle reportedly struck a barbed-wire fence, traveled through a field and drove off of a small embankment becoming airborne.  The vehicle then landed and ran through the fence a second time before coming to rest. Timmerman received minor injuries and was transported to Golden Valley Hospital for treatment.


Holden man injured in a motorcycle accident in Lafayette County Tuesday afternoon

Just after 1 o’clock Tuesday afternoon, the Missouri State Highway patrol reported a motorcycle accident on 24 Highway at German Church Road in Lafayette County.  According to the report, the accident happened as the driver of a 2007 Suzuki, 65-year-old Richard Young of Holden, attempted to avoid a vehicle making a turn and lost control. The report states Young was ejected from the motorcycle, and received minor injuries. He was transported by ambulance to Centerpoint Medical Center for treatment.

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