Mountain View Police Department
Wed, 10/14/2020 - 2:36pm admin
Scott Barnett, Mountain View, failure to use turn signal.
Joseph Timothy Pack, Berea, Kent, failure to register motor vehicle annually.
Micah Paul Long, Mountain View, exceeding the posted speed limit.
The police department received a complaint alleging fraudulent use of a debit card.
The police department received a call for reported property damage on Wade St.
A man contacted the police department to report his cooler stolen from a First St address.
Police officers went to North Marr St. for a report of a disturbance.
The police department received a complaint of a hit and run crash in the Walmart parking lot.
Scott Barnett, 34, Mountain View, possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia
Calls for Service
Corporal Trenton Roberts escorted a funeral procession from Yarber’s Funeral Home to W Highway.
A man came to the police department to report fraudulent charges on his debit card. A complaint form was taken.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to the Apple Market parking lot for a report of a suspicious man. Upon arrival, Corporal Roberts was unable to find the man.
Corporal Roberts was contacted by a woman who wanted to drop charges she filed.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to East Second St. for a report of a vehicle parked along the roadway. The reporting party was advised of the ordinances regarding vehicles parking in the roadway.
A woman called the police department to find where she could smoke her medical marijuana. Corporal Roberts provided the information requested.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to Highway 60 for debris in the roadway. The debris was removed.
The police department was contacted by a man requesting a wellbeing check. Corporal Roberts spoke with the individual and the man was notified.
Detective Stetson Schwien was dispatched to a two-vehicle accident on Highway 60 in front of Jack’s Fork Auto in Mountain View. The officer arrived and found both drivers with minor injuries. Both declined Emergency Medical Services transport.
Officer Lisa Noble was dispatched for a report of a dog loose and roaming around. She talked to the owner who said she, the owner, did not want the dog and would take it back to where she got it. Animal Control stated that since the owner does not want the dog anymore, if it is caught out again he could take it.
A man called the police department to report his next door neighbor sits on her porch and watches them. He was informed that as long as the neighbor remains on her own property, she was not doing anything wrong.
Officer Noble went to North Oak St. for a report of a disturbance. She spoke with the tenant who agreed to be more quiet.
Officer Nobel went to the Signal Station for a report of kids trespassing.
Officer Gregory Abney performed a building check at the golf course, and found the gate open and cart shed E open.
Officer Abney responded to an alarm at the Mountain View High School .
An individual came to the police department to inform someone that he was having truck trouble and was going to drop his camper in the Walmart parking lot so he could get his truck fixed. He said he would be back to pick the camper up in the morning. Officer Noble offered to patrol by it overnight to make sure it was not disturbed.
An individual called the police department to report hearing gunshots at their neighbor’s house. Officer Noble spoke to the neighbor who stated that he shot a snake in his yard with his .22 pistol.
An employee at the golf course found a marijuana pipe in a golf cart and contacted the police department for disposal.
An individual called the police department to report lights on at the residence next door at an odd hour. They requested a wellbeing check.
The police department received a report of a disturbance. Officer Noble went to the residence on North Marr St. One individual retrieved some clothing and left.
The police department received a report of a fire alarm at the nursing home. An employee stated the batteries were running low and could not be replaced until Monday.
An alarm company contacted the police department to report an ATM alarm at the West Plains Bank. Upon arrival, Officer Noble didn’t find anyone at the bank ATM and it appeared to be in proper working order.
Officer Timothy Gordon responded to scene to assist EMS with medical call concerning 21-year-old female with chest pains