Mountain View Police Department
Wed, 09/02/2020 - 2:38pm admin
Anthony Harry Scheina, Birch Tree, failure to register motor vehicle
Gordon Williamson, Birch Tree, animal abuse
Megan L Miles, West Plains, driving while revoked/suspended
Nikki Jo Dean, Mountain View, keep or maintain a public nuisance
Jerrica R Finley, 23, Mountain View, possession of marijuana/synthetic cannabinoid
Brittany Williams, 23, Willow Springs, possession of marijuana/synthetic cannabinoid
Magnum Price, driving while revoked/suspended, resisting arrest, tampering with motor vehicle, and possession of controlled substance
Calls for Service
Officer Timothy Gordon responded to East James St. to secure a location for Emergency Medical Services. EMS arrived and transported the individual to the hospital.
Another agency contacted the police department and spoke with Corporal Trenton Roberts. They inquired if there was an ATV reported stolen in the police departments’ records. Corporal Roberts informed them that they had no report on file.
Corporal Roberts responded to a report of a reckless driver on Highway 17, but was unable to locate the vehicle.
Corporal Roberts went to McDonalds in response to a report of two individuals standing outside on a moonroof. The officer located the vehicle and advised the individuals to remain inside of it.
Corporal Roberts was advised by a reporting party that a man was to be removed from a property at the Valley View Apartments. The officer informed the reporting party that no one had called in a trespassing order.
Corporal Roberts was advised to be on the lookout for a stolen semi-truck. The vehicle description was given, but the vehicle has not yet been located.
Corporal Roberts was contacted by a woman stating that she wanted to drop the charges she had filed against another individual.
Officer Gregory Abney performed a building check on the Mountain View Golf Course and secured the location.
Officer Abney was patrolling the area of Wayside Park and found a vehicle parked at the park after hours. He spoke with the occupants and informed them the park was closed and that they needed to vacate the area.
Officer Dawnesha Scott took a call regarding a truck traveling on Highway 60 at a high rate of speed, but officers were unable to locate the vehicle.
Officer Scott received a call reporting a domestic disturbance on South Marr St. Officers responded to the location and spoke with the individuals. Officers did not observe anyone fighting and did not see any physical injuries.
Officer Scott responded to East James St. for a 55-year-old individual experiencing leg pain.
Officer Abney performed a building check on the Mountain View Golf Course and secured the location.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to the lumber yard for a report of an individual driving off the sidewalk and stranding their vehicle. There were no injuries reported, and the driver did not want an accident report. Baker’s Towing was contacted to remove the vehicle.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to East Second St. for a report of someone finding a bottle with syringes inside of it. The bottle was taken to be destroyed.
Officer Gordon responded to the intersection of North Maple St. and Seventh St. for a report of fireworks. The officer patrolled the area but was unable to locate anyone shooting off fireworks.
Officer Gordon spoke to an individual about someone tampering with their mailbox. He advised the individual to contact the Post Office.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to the Valley View Apartments for a report of a disturbance. The officer spoke to the resident, and no disturbance was reported.
Officer Gordon responded to North Ash St. for a report of individuals fighting at the Valley View Apartments. He was unable to locate any individuals causing a disturbance.
Officer Gordon spoke with the West Plains Police Department and took a report concerning stolen property they had recovered.
Officer Gordon performed a wellbeing check on an individual on Vine St. While at the residence, the officer was informed of people on the property who were not wanted there. Officer Gordon asked the unwanted people to leave.