Mountain View Police Department
Wed, 10/28/2020 - 12:52pm admin
Justice Snowden Meyers, Mountain View, failure to show proof of insurance
Thomas Davis, Mountain View, failure to obey stop sign, driving while revoked or suspended
Jessica Lynn Shockey, failure to drive on right half of roadway when roadway was of sufficient width
Randal Rosa, Mountain View, failure to obey stop sign
Amanda Jean Thompson, Mountain View, failure to show proof of insurance
Justice Snowden Meyers, 24, Mountain View, driving while revoked/suspended, first offense, possession of a controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoid
Theresa Ann Norris, 60, Mountain View, driving while revoked/suspended, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia amphetamine or methamphetamine
Amanda Jean Thompson, 39, Mountain View, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia amphetamine or methamphetamine, operated vehicle on highway without valid license, displayed or possessed motor vehicle plates of another person, failure to register motor vehicle annually with director of revenue
Calls for Service
Officer Timothy Gordon took a report regarding a missing woman and advised the reporting party to notify Missouri State Highway Patrol also. The reporting party later informed Officer Gordon that Missouri State Highway Patrol had located the missing woman, who was safe.
Officer Gordon responded to the scene of a reported suspicious vehicle and spoke to the reporting party. Extra patrols were performed in the area.
Officer Gordon responded to a report of a suspicious person entering a residence. He spoke to the resident of the home who identified the person as a spouse who lived there.
A man came into the police department to report a missing woman who went missing from Summersville, but may be in Mountain View. Corporal Trenton Roberts informed the man that the report needed to be filed at the police department in Summersville, since that is where the woman was last seen.
A woman contacted the police department to speak about packages getting mixed up. She was not receiving her property. Corporal Roberts advised her to file a complaint with the postal delivery company about the issue.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to a residence on Marr St. for a report of drugs found. The officer seized the items for disposal.
Officer Lisa Noble went to the Casey’s to trespass a group of juveniles at the request of Casey’s management.
Officer Abney assisted an individual who inquired about getting a motel room.
A woman spoke with Officer Abney to file a complaint about someone damaging her vehicle. Officer Abney looked at her vehicle and she showed him the damage, which appeared to be dirt and cobwebs on the hood.
A woman came to the police station for information about reporting items that were stolen in Raymondville. Officer Noble referred her to the Texas County Sheriff’s Office.
Officer Noble responded to a report of a stolen U Haul truck at Casey’s. Officer Noble spoke to the driver, who had valid paperwork. She also checked the VIN and verified the truck was not stolen.
An individual called the police department to report five cars driving slowly up Pine St. Officer Noble responded, but did not find the vehicles.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to West Plains Bank for an ATM alarm. Corporal Roberts found the ATM secure and not tampered with.
911 dispatch advised that Howell County Sheriff’s Office sent out a BOLO (be on the lookout) for a stolen Ford truck. The truck was located just inside Texas County on Freedom Rd.
Officer Noble responded to a complaint of a dog barking on Chowning Dr. Officer Noble checked the area, but was unable to find anything.
A woman called the police department to request a wellbeing check on her daughter, who is homeless. Corporal Roberts took a description of her daughter and told her they would keep an eye out for her.
Corporal Roberts was contacted by a Texas County deputy with information about a stolen vehicle near the Howell County and Texas County line. The information was taken and given to Mountain View officers.
A woman called the police department stating a person she had a protection order against had parked next to her. Corporal Roberts went to her location and checked the area multiple times, but no one matching the description was located. The woman did not want to be contacted about the incident.
Corporal Roberts was given owner information and a description for a dog that had run away.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to a reported domestic disturbance on Falck St. Corporal Roberts spoke to both parties who stated the contact had only been verbal and no one was injured. One party had a ride on the way and left without incident.
Officer Gordon responded to Fox Circle Dr. for a report of an individual laying on the ground in the rain. Officer Gordon found the individual, who was intoxicated and acting suicidal. The individual requested to be taken to the hospital by ambulance. Officer Gordon assisted first responders and Emergency Medical Services with the individual.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to East St. for a report of a suspicious vehicle. Corporal Roberts spoke with the driver of the vehicle. The driver was the owner of the building and had just purchased a new vehicle.