Mountain View Police Department

Calls for Service
June 1
Officer Travis Wilbanks was dispatched to the intersection of Kaitlin Drive and James Street for children riding their bikes in the roadway; an individual was concerned they would be hit. Upon arrival, the officer located the children on Kaitlin Drive near their home. They had three older teens with them. Officer Wilbanks asked that they move if they saw a vehicle, which they already did as Officer Wilbanks drove towards them. Nothing further was needed.
June 2
Officer Wilbanks was requested to respond to Anchor to assist with an intoxicated female. Howell County deputies were also en route. Upon Officer Wilbanks’ arrival, the lady had already left.
Officer Wilbanks was requested to do extra patrol on Delp Road near Deer Park Lane. A vehicle with loud exhaust was going up and down the road.
Detective Stetson Schwien was dispatched to Delp Road for a report of a disturbance by a female subject. Detective Schwien arrived on scene and spoke with a woman outside of a residence. The female advised she had been yelling because she was locked out of the trailer. No further action required. 
June 3
Officer Wilbanks was dispatched to the area of Maple and East Third St. for a report of a man throwing rocks and bricks at vehicles passing by. Officer Wilbanks was unable to locate the person, and no one ever came by to file a report of damage.
June 4
Officer Wilbanks was dispatched to a residence on Delp Road to assist EMS with a patient who called stating she was having a hard time breathing.
Corporal Trenton Roberts was flagged down by an individual concerned about a dog’s well-being. 
Corporal Roberts was contacted by Health and Senior Services to do a well-being check on an individual. The female in question was fine, and this information was given back to the caseworker.
Officer Gregory Abney responded to an address on Delp Road for a man possibly having a stroke.
June 5
Officer Abney took a call from a reporting party who stated that she heard rifle discharge or a cannon but definitely not fireworks. 
Officer Abney was dispatched to Fine China for a vehicle fire in the parking lot.  The fire department arrived. The vehicle was not damaged, and was towed from the scene.
Corporal Roberts was sent to the James Street Apartments for a well-being check.  The caller thought somebody was knocking on her door.  No person was found, and contact was made with the caller.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to a residence on Delp Road for a 911 hang up call. Contact was made with the caller, and EMS was requested, but the caller refused to be transported.
Corporal Roberts was contacted by a woman who wanted information about being kicked out of her home. The information was given and was advised of her rights as a resident of the property. 
Corporal Roberts was contacted by a woman in reference to kicking an individual out of her home. The caller was advised of what must be done to lawfully evict a person from the residence. 
Corporal Roberts was contacted by a woman in reference to threats being made. The caller was advised that she should get a protection order against the person making threats. 
June 6
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to East Fourth St. for a report of a man trying to enter a residence. Contact was made with the man, and he stated that he was being kicked out of an apartment and wanted his backpack with his belongings. The female resident gave the man his backpack. The man left the residence with no further incident. 
Officer Wilbanks was requested to assist the Highway Patrol with a call. They received a report of a man walking in the middle of the road on South 17 about three miles outside of town. Officer Wilbanks was unable to locate the individual.
Officer Wilbanks was asked to go to Delp Road to speak with an occupant about threatening text messages. Upon his arrival, the officer spoke with the caller and advised her how to obtain an ex parte.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to Belmont Street for a harassment report.  Contact was made with the caller, and a complaint form was left to be filled out.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched for a report of an intoxicated male in the middle of the road on Elm Street.  The area was checked and after speaking with the caller again, the subject was unable to be located.
A woman came to the police department to request a patrol around Walmart parking lot because she said there were multiple vehicles driving recklessly in the area
June 7
Officer Wilbanks was dispatched to Joshua Drive for a report of cows in the road. Upon arrival, he located four cows in the yard of a residence. After speaking with the owners of the home, the officer was able to make contact with the owner of the cattle. Eventually, they were able to round the cattle up and place them back into the field.
The department was notified by Shannon County of an intoxicated male driver chasing a female on Highway 60 headed towards Mountain View.  The vehicle was unable to be located by Corporal Roberts.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to the football field for a report of a person riding a dirt bike on the track. The area was checked, and the person with the dirt bike was unable to be located.
Officers were advised that a woman was in the Walmart parking lot asking for a ride to Willow Springs. Upon arrival, Officer Wilbanks located the subject walking across US Highway 60 on Pine Street. She told the officer she had not asked anyone for anything and was heading to a friend’s house.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to Brown's Farm and Garden for a burglar alarm. The building was checked, and the doors and windows appeared to be secure. The key holder arrived and checked over the alarm. 
Incidents
June 1
The department received a report of a domestic disturbance near East First St.  
Officers responded to a report of an assault on East James Street
June 2
The department received a complaint concerning harassment on Belmont Street.
June 3
The police department received a harassment report on North Ash Street.
June 6
The police department received an additional complaint of harassment on Belmont Street.

Howell County News

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Willow Springs, MO 65793
417-252-2123

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