Mountain View Police Department

September 3
Rebecca Jane Waid, Birch Tree, failure to show proof of insurance, failure to register vehicle, driving while under the influence, drugs, possession of marijuana/synthetic cannabinoid, operating a vehicle without a valid driver’s license
September 1
Christopher Nathaniel Johnson, 30, Poplar Bluff, unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful use of weapon, possession of controlled substance, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia
Calls for Service
August 31
Officer Gregory Abney was dispatched to assist Emergency Medical Services on East Seventh St. 
September 1
Officer Gordon discovered the front gate to the golf course was standing open.  He checked the area and secured the gate.  
September 3
Officer Abney responded to an alarm at the high school.
Officer Abney was called to assist Howell County Sheriff’s Office with a person who had passed out in the road on County Road 3310.
September 4
Officer Abney observed two people walking through the apartment complex on Seventh St.  
Officer Gordon assisted an individual who wanted to fill out a report concerning child discipline.  After the form was filled out, the report was faxed to the Juvenile Department. 
Officer Gordon responded to North Maple St. for a reported suspicious vehicle that was parked at a boarded up house. Upon officer arrival, the vehicle was gone. 
Officer Gordon responded to a report of children left in an unattended vehicle at the Apple Market. The officer searched the area, but was unable to locate the vehicle.  
Officer Gordon responded to West First St. for a report of an open door. He checked the door, and it was secure.  
Officer Gordon responded to North Marr St. for a report of a damaged outdoor yard light.  The officer provided the reporting party with a statement form to fill out and took pictures of the damage.  
Officer Gordon responded to North Ash St. for a noise complaint.  The reporting party would not answer the door, and he was not able to make contact to take a report.  
Officer Abney responded to East Fifth St. for report of a suspicious vehicle at the park.  A woman living nearby was worried it was her boyfriend, of whom she is afraid. 
September 5
Officer Abney observed a car in a bay at the car wash on East Fifth St.  While Officer Abney was there, the owner was getting change and came back.

Howell County News

110 W. Main St.,
Willow Springs, MO 65793

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