Howell County Sheriff's Office
Wed, 09/16/2020 - 2:12pm admin
Billy Ray Messex, 28, Willow Springs, first degree burglary, possession of a controlled substance.
Janet Susan Cox, 62, West Plains, failure to appear.
Nathan Tabor Rodman, 25, Pomona, delivery of a controlled substance, resisting or interfering with arrest, driving while revoked/suspended, failure to display state license plates.
Devin Kyle Cooper, 25, Mountain View, failure to appear.
Jose Portillo, 32, West Plains, second degree burglary, second degree property damage, misdemeanor stealing.
Cody J. Crawford, 23, West Plains, resisting or interfering with arrest.
Amanda Leann Massey, 40, Cabool, probation violation.
Cody H. Gann, 30, West Plains, failure to appear (four counts).
Tommy Lee Deluna, 28, Thayer, probation/parole violation.
Watawna Montana Brashers, 28, Pomona, first degree assault, armed criminal action.
Magnum James Price, 21, Springfield, probation/parole violation.
Rodney Allen Fox, 42, West Plains, driving while revoked/suspended, failure to register a motor vehicle.
Lori Dell Melton, 33, Glencoe, Ar., third degree assault.
Elizabeth Ann Rost, 42, West Plains, failure to appear, misdemeanor stealing, failure to appear.
Ashley G. Johnson, 35, West Plains, first degree property damage, felony stealing.
Bobby Allen Flygare, West Plains. Jonathan Thomas Norland, West Plains.
A Mammoth Spring, Arkansas man reported to the Howell County Sheriff’s Office that he had been shot by a person he knows. The victim stated that the incident occurred on a County Road north of West Plains. The victim was treated for injuries that were not life threatening. The investigation continues.
Deputy Shannon Caldwell responded to a report of a verbal domestic dispute on Private Road 6162 near Dora. Upon arrival, the reporting party stated that she had overreacted and should not have called. No charges were filed.
Deputies responded to a verbal domestic dispute on County Road 6140 in West Plains. No assault took place, and no charges were filed. Both parties were advised of the 12-hour domestic violence rule.
A set of wireless ear buds were found on the Walmart parking lot and were turned in to the Howell County Sheriff’s Office.