Mountain View Police Department
Wed, 10/07/2020 - 12:29pm admin
Sierra Voyles, Mountain View, failure to register motor vehicle annually with director of revenue
Jaime Ball, West Plains, speeding in a school zone
Caroline Aguire, Mountain View, failure to register motor vehicle annually with director of revenue and speeding in a school zone
Joe Willie Perdue, Mountain View, failure to register motor vehicle annually with director of revenue
Susan Jane Collins, Mountain View, failure to register motor vehicle annually with director of revenue and failure to show proof of insurance
Jaren Lucas, Mountain View, driving while revoked/suspended, first offense and possession of marijuana
Tyler Jay Cook, 20, Mountain View, DWI, liquor
Susan Jane Collins, 29, Mountain View, warrant arrest
Calls for Service
Detective Stetson Schwien was dispatched to Fine China restaurant for a report of a person causing a disturbance. Upon arrival, the subject was located, and the individual was asked to leave.
Officer Lisa Noble was called to a residence on East Fourth St. for a reported medical emergency. She assisted Emergency Medical Services with a patient who requested to go to the stress unit.
Officer Noble returned a call to a reporting party who stated there were two people staying at the Malones Motel, one of whom reportedly had active warrants from the Mountain View Police Department, and the other reportedly was a registered offender and not allowed to be within 1,000 feet of the school.
Corporal Trenton Roberts was dispatched to the West Plains Bank for an ATM alarm. Once at the location, the officer found no signs of tampering and no one located near the ATM. He informed the keyholder of the alarm.
A woman contacted Corporal Roberts asking how to commit a family member for a mental valuation. He gave the woman the information.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched for a report of a man talking to himself. After making contact, the subject said he would keep the noise down and go inside his apartment.
Officer Noble was sent to East Fifth St. for a report of a man walking around in the roadway yelling at himself. Officer Noble was unable to locate any one at the location.
Officer Noble was called to the Sale Barn Flea Market for a report of a suspicious person, but was unable to locate anyone at the location.
A woman contacted the police department and spoke with Officer Noble. She stated a man tried to come into her house.
A reporting party contacted the police department and spoke with Officer Noble. The party reported there was a black Mustang GT with no license plates parked at the Dollar General. The vehicle was unable to be found by police officers.
A woman called and spoke with Officer Noble. The woman stated that there was a man banging on her front door. Officer Noble went to the house and spoke with the man. He stated that his packages were delivered to the wrong address and he had come to retrieve them. The packages were returned to the man.
A man called the police department and spoke with Officer Noble. He stated his wife was taking personal property from their residence. Officer Noble informed the man that this was a civil matter.
A woman called the police department and spoke with Officer Noble. She stated she was getting her personal property from their residence due to the two getting a divorce. The woman asked if an officer could stay with her until her father showed up because she was afraid of her husband.
Officer Dawnesha Scott received a report of a blue pickup truck broken down on Highway 65 near Pine St. Officers went out to assist the driver to remove the vehicle out of the roadway and to a safe location.
Officer Scott was dispatched to McCann St. for a report of a fire. While enroute, the call was cancelled.
Officer Scott performed a wellbeing check on a woman reportedly talking to herself. Officer Scott spoke to the woman and found her to be fine.
A woman called the police department to ask why her daughter had been arrested the night before. Officer Noble informed the woman of the charges against her daughter.
A reporting party informed the police department of a woman lying in the ditch on WW Highway just outside of city limits. Officer Noble advised the party to contact 911. 911 requested assistance because Howell County Sheriff's officers would be coming from West Plains. Officer Noble spoke to the woman, who stated she lived in the Mobile Estates Park on Highway 17 and had taken a walk to cool down after a family disagreement. The woman was given a courtesy ride back to her residence.
A man brought in a black Motorola phone found at the walking park.
Officer Noble went to Michael Stihl Rd. for a report of a break-in. The residents had found an open gate to their backyard, and the back sliding door partially open. Officer Noble searched the residence and didn't find anyone. The residents did not find any damage, nothing was out of order, and no items taken. Extra patrols were requested overnight.
Officer Timothy Gordon responded to a report of children left unattended in the reporting party’s yard. Officer Gordon spoke to the children, who stated they were playing a game. Officer Gordon recommended they play in their own yard and left after the children returned home.