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Crash hurts two south of Richland
PULASKI COUNTY, Mo. (Feb. 27, 2009) — A two-car crash south of Richland injured two people Thursday afternoon, according to Missouri State Highway Patrol reports.

Troopers reported that at 3:52 p.m., Patrick J. McDonald, 39, of Linn Creek, was northbound on Highway 7 near Exit 150 of Interstate 44 about seven miles south of Richland when his 1993 Pontiac Grand Am ran into the rear of a northbound 1997 Plymouth Neon driven by Jonathan T. Pettijohn, 25, of Kansas City, who was waiting to make a turn.

McDonald was not hurt but Pettijohn and his passenger, Telia L. McBowlin, 24, of Richland, were both transported by Pulaski County Ambulance District personnel to St. John’s Hospital in Lebanon. McBowlin suffered moderate injuries and Pettijohn had minor injuries. All three had been wearing their seat belts, troopers reported.

Both vehicles sustained extensive damage and were removed by Larry’s Towing.

In unrelated issues, state troopers based in Pulaski County arrested two people this week and two Pulaski County residents were arrested in another county by state troopers.

Troopers reported they arrested Brian K. Davis, 37, of St. Robert, at 11:40 p.m. Wednesday on charges of first offense driving while intoxicated, transporting him to the Pulaski County Jail where he was subsequently released.

Early Thursday morning, troopers arrested Jose G. Juareez, 53, of Matteson, Ill., on charges of driving while intoxicated, careless and imprudent driving and no valid operator’s license. Juareez was arrested at 5:55 a.m. and transported to the Pulaski County Jail, where he was placed on a 12-hour hold.

Two Waynesville teenagers, Brandon L. Wood and Daniel R. MacMillan, both 17, were arrested at 1:18 p.m. Friday by state troopers in Phelps County on identical charges of felony escape from confinement, felony resisting arrest by fleeing and possession of tobacco while under age 18. Both teens were transported to the Phelps County Jail where they were placed on a 24-hour hold.

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