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Sedalia Police Crime Reports & Missouri State Highway Patrol Accident Reports July 6, 2012

Sedalia man arrested on multiple charges Thursday night

At 9:47 Thursday night Sedalia Police stopped a vehicle in the 1700 block of South Missouri for failing to signal for a turn. Upon contact with the driver 36-year-old Kristopher Harvey of Sedalia he was found to be in possession of fireworks, which are illigal in the city. A subsequent search of the vehicle produced Alparzolom, a controlled substance. Harvey was also found to be in possession of a 9mm handgun, which is illigal for him to possess as a felon. At the time of the police report Harvey was in the Pettis County Jail on 24-hour hold pending formal charges.

Perscription pills stolen from a woman on West Broadway

On Thursday Sedalia police took a theft complaint from a female victim in the 1600 block of West Broadway. according to the victim sometime during the past two-days someone stole perscription pills from her bedroom. There was no information on a possible suspect.

Johnson County injury accident reported Thursday afternoon

At 12:35 Thursday afternoon the Missouri State Highway Patrol and the Johnson County Sheriff’s Department investigated an accident, that occurred on Southwest “271” Road, South of Missouri Highway “2”. The accident happened according to the report as the driver of a 2005 Dodge, 31-year-old Tonya Simpson of Chilhowee was travelling too fast, and failed to negotiate a curve on a gravel road. The vehicle left the roadway, and struck a ditch causing the vehicle to overturn, and come to rest on its wheels. Simpson was not wearing her seat belt, and received moderate injuries. A passenger in the Simpson vehicle, 14-year-old Dakota Plemmons also of Chillhowee was wearing his seat belt, and received minor injuries. Both victims were taken to Research Hospital for treatment.

Motorcycle accident in Henry County injures a Clinton man

At 2:25 Thursday afternoon The Missouri State Highway patrol reported a motorcycle accident on Missouri 18 six miles west of Clinton. The accident happened according to the report when the 2005 Harley Davidson Motorcycle driven by 53-year-old James Jones of Clinton went off the right side of the roadway, and overturned. Jones received moderate injuries, and was taken by LifeFlight to Centerpoint Hospital for treatment.

44-year-old Warsaw woman receives moderate injuries in a Benton County Accident

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a one-vehicle accident at 11:30 Thursday night, on Majorville Road at Hanna Avenue in Benton County. The accident occurred according to the report as the driver of a 1998 GMC, 44-year-old Shelly Glaab of Warsaw,  failed to negotiate the intersection struck a ditch, a fence, and a tree before coming to rest. Glaab received moderate injuries, and was taken to Golden Valley Hospital by Warsaw Ambulance for treatment. Charges are pending according to the accident report.


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