Mountain View Police Department
Wed, 11/04/2020 - 10:15am admin
Raymond James Fiske, Summersville, failure to show proof of insurance
Jordan Charles Blake, Mountain View, driving while revoked or suspended, first offense
Bobby Ray Pankey, West Plains, promoting or participating in combative fighting
Lilbern D Tabor, West Plains, promoting or participating in combative fighting
Valerie Renee Gilbert, Mountain View, failure to register motor vehicle annually with director of revenue
Keely Layne Grimm, Gardner, Kan., failure to obey stop sign
Kendra Smith, Mountain View, failure to register motor vehicle annually with director of revenue
Sydney L Bandy, Belton, Mo., exceeding the posted speed limit
Shaakir K Steward, Mountain View, failure to register motor vehicle annually with director of revenue
Laura McCormick, 34, Mountain View, assault, third degree, burglary, first degree, peace disturbance, first offense, resisting or interfering with arrest
Jacob Stark, 32, Mountain View, warrant arrest
Joshua P Carnes, 23, Summersville, DWI, liquor
Police officers were called to Liberty Middle School for a lockdown. The individual who caused the lockdown was removed by law enforcement.
Police officers were dispatched to Vine St. for a report of theft.
Police officers were dispatched to the Walmart for a reported battery theft.
The police department began an investigation of a suicide.
Calls for Service
Officer Timothy Gordon responded to east Fourth St., for a report of an animal in a house. Upon arrival, Officer Gordon determined the animal was a squirrel and had crawled into the bathroom through a hole in the roof. He was able to catch the squirrel and return it to the outside.
Officer Lisa Noble responded to a report of a suspicious person knocking on doors. The officer found the young man, who was in need of a jump start for his vehicle. One of the neighbors agreed to help him.
Officer Gordon responded to the Signal station for a report of a pregnant woman possibly going into labor. He arrived on scene and assisted the woman until EMS arrived. The woman was taken by ambulance to a West Plains hospital.
Officer Gordon responded to east James St. to assist emergency medical services when they arrived. The reporting individual wanted to be transported to the hospital but changed their mind when the ambulance arrived and decided not to go.
Corporal Trenton Roberts was advised that a semi truck was on W Highway headed out of town and the truck’s load was coming loose. The officer was unable to locate the truck.
A woman came to the police department to ask for an update on an incident she reported last week.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to Elm and Fifth St. for a report of three people speaking loudly, possibly arguing. The officer spoke with the parties involved and all stated that the man was just venting and not violent.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to Highway 60 for a report of a semi truck swerving. He found the vehicle and followed the truck for a while, but did not observe it swerving.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to the West Plains Bank for an ATM alarm. The ATM appeared to be secure and no one was in the area.
An individual called the police department to notify them their daughter’s red Ford Mustang had broken down at Wayside Park and they would move it in the morning.
Officer Noble received a call from an individual in Illinois stating that a specified man in a silver Ion would be at the police department for a custody exchange, however, the man did not show up at the police department.
Officer Noble assisted an ambulance with entry to the senior apartments on Delp Rd. for a man with low blood sugar.
Officer Noble was contacted for a report of lights on in the box office at the football field. The officer spoke with a school contact upon arrival and nothing unusual was found.
An individual called the police department to report a man screaming in the street. Officers patrolled the area, but the individual was not found.
An individual called the police department to report a man banging on doors, threatening to shoot people. Officers responded and took an intoxicated man into custody.
An individual attempting to call for emergency medical services called the police department since their call to EMS was not going through. EMS was contacted and transported the individual to the hospital.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to east Seventh St. for an animal complaint. He spoke with the reporting party and the animal owner.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to the Signal parking lot for a report of a vehicle with a cracked windshield. The reporting party explained a rock from another vehicle had hit their windshield, but the other vehicle did not stop when signaled by the reporting party.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to west Third St. for a report of a dog getting into trash. Animal Control was notified and the dog was returned to its owner.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to Vonallmen St. for an infant choking. Upon arrival, the officer found the child to be healthy and not choking.
A man contacted the police department to know if his ex-girlfriend had filed a report against him.
A woman called the police department to ask what to do about a kitten that was left at her home. Corporal Roberts gave her information for a local animal shelter.
A man came to the police department to retrieve property taken from him during an incident the night before. The man signed for the property and it was released to him.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched for a panic alarm. Upon arrival, an employee stated they had accidentally set the alarm off.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to a residence on Hazel St. for a man wanting to speak to an officer. When the officer arrived, the man explained that another person owed him money for harming a dog some months prior. The man further explained that the other person still owed the remainder of the agreed terms. The officer explained that this was a civil matter and it would have to be taken to small claims court.
Corporal Roberts was contacted by a man with questions regarding what he should do to fill out a report on an incident. The officer recommended the man come to the police department to fill out a statement.