Howell County Sheriff's Office
Wed, 09/30/2020 - 4:33pm admin
Joseph Lee Beard, 37, Joplin, first degree burglary, failure to appear (two counts).
Andrea Jean Loomis, 30, West Plains, first degree child endangerment.
Dillian Ray Goforth, 19, Willow Springs, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Bobby Allen Flygare, 34, West Plains, driving while intoxicated.
Christopher Lynn Ashmead, 34, West Plains, driving while revoked/suspended.
Kenny Lynn Dean, 43, Fulton, failure to appear, writ from Department of Corrections.
Ronald W Haynes, 35, Mountain View, driving while intoxicated.
Kimberly Irene Hockman, 66, Mountain View, failure to appear (two counts).
Eric Mitchell Faulhaber, 27, Pomona, failure to appear.
Ashley Irene Grigsby, 37, Springfield, first degree motor vehicle tampering.
Scott Lee Cowens, 40, Springfield, felony stealing.
Joseph Michael McDonald, 32, Willow Springs, failure to appear.
Meade Willis Goode, 35, Willow Springs, driving while revoked/suspended.
Kevin Lee Collins, 50, Springfield, failure to appear.
Jimmy Leo Snow, 40, West Plains, probation violation.
Scotty Dale Shipley, 51, West Plains, second degree domestic assault.
Mathew Warren Collins, 34, West Plains, failure to appear (three counts).
Anthony Lee Martin, 33, West Plains, writ from Department of Corrections.
Robert Eric Mattes, 29, West Plains, held for another agency.
Donald Wayne Snethern, 34, West Plains, failure to appear (four counts).
Jordan Charles Blake, Summersville. Laura Lynn MacGregor, Memphis, Tenn.
A West Plains woman reported the theft of several sections of steel pipe from her farm on County Road 3090. A report was generated.
A West Plains man reported that his fishing poles, reels and soft-sided tackle box were stolen by a person he knows. A report was generated.
Deputy Travis Weaver conducted a traffic stop on County Road 9000 in West Plains. The driver was arrested for driving while revoked. The driver was booked and released with a citation.
A burglary was reported at a residence on County Road 530 in West Plains. The owners of the property reported several items missing. The suspects were caught on video entering the home through a window. The investigation continues.
A 17-year-old male was reported missing. The teen was unable to be located the night of September 20, and is believed to be somewhere in the Mark Twain National Forest. The investigation was taken over by the CID.
The West Plains Police Department called for an agency assist on a domestic assault that had occurred at the White Ranch Conservation Area. The female victim stated that she had gotten into a verbal altercation that turned physical. She refused medical treatment. A report was taken, and the investigation is ongoing.
A Pomona woman reported several items of jewelry, a men’s belt buckle with a coin on it, and a large quartz rock missing from her residence.