Howell County Sheriff's Office

Arrests
June 10
Christopher Paul Farrar, 30, West Plains, parole violation. 
Dustin Keith Smith, 30, West Plains, failure to appear. 
June 11
Seth Miller, 18, Willow Springs, third degree domestic assault, resisting or interfering with arrest, third degree assault, first degree property damage. 
Marissa Ann Reams, 30, Licking, writ from Department of Corrections. 
Jason Henry Freeman, 23, Mountain View, second degree domestic assault, armed criminal action, third degree domestic assault, failure to appear (two counts). 
 
 
Citations 
June 10
Dylan Jeffery Harralston, 27, West Plains, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
 
 
Serving Commitments 
Justin Doyle Rich, West Plains. 
 
 
Incidents 
June 7
Deputy Bruce Sortman was dispatched to a home on State Route DD in Willow Springs for a report of a dog bite. The owner of the dog agreed to quarantine the animal for ten days. 
June 8
Howell County Public Water Supply, on County Road 6070 in West Plains, reported that a lockbox was damaged and that items were removed from the box. A report was generated. 
Deputy Seth Smith attempted to conduct a traffic stop on US Highway 60 in Willow Springs. The suspect, driving a motorcycle, fled from Deputy Smith, resulting in a pursuit at speeds in excess of 120 miles per hour. The chase ended on a private road near Mountain View. The motorcycle operator was taken into custody with formal charges pending. 
June 9
A Willow Springs man reported that while he was building a fence near Private Road 3350, and County Road 3380, someone fired a warning shot from a gun. The shooter also reportedly sent a warning message to a family member of the man that was building the fence. No criminal charges were filed. 
June 12
A Mountain View woman reported that a vehicle struck her mailbox on County Road 3440. A report was generated. 
June 14
Pipe Plus in Willow Springs reported that someone charged several thousand dollars to an account and never paid for the materials. The suspect sent a check to Pipe Plus for $1,000 that was written on a closed account. A probable cause statement will be forwarded to the Howell County Prosecuting Attorney.

Howell County News

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