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Sedalia Police Crime Reports & MSHP Accident Reports: Afternoon of December 11, 2012

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

Thieves target a local rental business

Just before noon Monday morning, Sedalia police were dispatched to Aaron’s Rental at 3107 West Broadway on a theft complaint. Upon arrival, the complainant told officers two unknown subjects entered the business and posed as servicemen. The two suspects then stole a laptop computer and a flat screen television valued collectively at $2220.99. There was no other information at news time.

Camper trailers reported damaged in the 1400 block of West Main

Around 3:00 Saturday afternoon, Sedalia police responded to the 1400 block of West Main on a burglary complaint. Upon arrival, the victim reported his camper trailer had been damaged sometime after Dec. 6, when someone forcibly gained entry to the trailer and stole several items. The police report states three other trailers on the lot were also found to be extensively damaged. There were no suspects at the time of the report.

Local landmark is burglarized sometime over the past week

At 11:45 Monday morning, Sedalia police were dispatched to The Heard Memorial Club House at 200 West Broadway on a burglary complaint. According to the complainant someone entered the building through a basement window sometime over the past week and went through everything.  At the time of the police report there was no information on anything missing. No damage was reported to the historic building.

Hit-and-run accident reported in the 100 block of South Grand

Around 5:40 Sunday evening, a victim in the 100 block of South Grand filed a hit-and-run complaint with the Sedalia police department. According to the victim, a vehicle damaged the driver’s side mirror on his vehicle while it was parked in front of his residence.  The driver left the area without leaving any information.

Lafayette County accident injures a 24-year-old Odessa woman 

At 10:15 Friday night, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a one-vehicle rollover accident on Route “FF” West of Beattie Road in Lafayette County. The accident reportedly occurred as the 1992 Ford driven by 20-year-old Craig Friess of Odessa slid off the roadway, struck a ditch and overturned, coming to rest on its wheels. A passenger in the vehicle, 24-year-old Amber Beck of Odessa, received moderate injuries and was taken to Lafayette Regional Hospital by Higginsville EMS for treatment. The driver was reportedly not injured in the accident.

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