Mountain View Police Department
Wed, 11/11/2020 - 12:26pm admin
Jacqueline Mingus, Mountain View, speeding in a school zone
Denise Garrett, Mountain View, speeding in a school zone
Joseph Anthony Raider, West Plains, failure to use turn signal
Steven Glen Bradshaw, Birch Tree, driving while revoked or suspended, subsequent offense, failure to show proof of insurance
Ramona Gwen Reese, Mountain View, failure to use turn signal
Chantelle Moon, Mountain View, driving while revoked or suspended, first offense, failure to show proof of insurance
William Kelly Copper, Nixa, failure to register vehicle annually
Jakob Lee Nickell, Kansas City, Kan., unlawful delivery of drug paraphernalia
Mona Marie Castillo, Mountain View, trespassing on real property
Derrick Zitter, 30, Mountain View, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia amphetamine or methamphetamine, DWI
Thomas Jason Smith, 42, Ulrich, Mo., trafficking drugs, second degree, unlawful delivery of controlled substance by manufacturer or distributor
Catherine Maryjoe Farra, 35, Kansas City, Kan., trafficking drugs, second degree, unlawful delivery of controlled substance by manufacturer or distributor
Calls for Service
Officer Timothy Gordon discovered the front door of a business on US Highway 60 was unsecured while conducting door checks. He notified the keyholder and cleared the area.
Detective Stetson Schwien was dispatched to a two-vehicle accident on Highway 60 in front of the McDonald’s, where he took the report.
Officer Gordon found a vehicle in the ditch near East James St. and Elm St. He spoke with the driver and assisted with traffic control until assistance arrived to pull them out.
Officer Gordon returned a call to the Shannon County Sheriff’s office in regards to a possible impaired driver heading toward Mountain View. The description of the vehicle was provided, and he continued to watch for the vehicle throughout his shift.
Officer Gregory Abney received a complaint about a neighbor’s dog on East Seventh St.
Officer Abney received a report of a suspicious person on a bicycle around Elm St.
Officer Dawnesha Scott was dispatched to Smith Flooring for a fire alarm, which turned out to be a fire drill.
Officer Scott received a report of a domestic disturbance between a man and a woman. She went to the location on Y Highway to speak with the parties involved.
Corporal Trenton Roberts was dispatched to Belmont St for a report of a runaway juvenile. Corporal Roberts took a missing persons report.
Officer Lisa Noble received a call in regards to a suspicious vehicle in a neighborhood. Officer Noble was told the vehicle was an old white truck. She patrolled the area but did not find the truck.
Corporal Roberts received information from a caller about the missing juvenile. The woman stated that she had been in contact with the juvenile and would attempt to get additional information.
A woman called in regards to a missing juvenile. Officer Noble informed the woman that they did not have any new information on her son’s whereabouts.
A reporting party contacted the police department and reported to Officer Scott a man entering a residence on Stubb St. through a back door. Officers went to the location and spoke with the man, who stated the residence was his.
An individual called the police department regarding a missing juvenile, but no additional information was available.
Howell County Sheriff’s office contacted the police department regarding information on a person in custody. Officer Scott provided the requested information.
An individual contacted the police department regarding a housekeeper not returning a house key. Officer Scott provided information.
A man called the police department to report his wife taking his keys. Officer Scott spoke to both the man and his wife. The wife informed the officers that the husband has dementia and it is not safe for him to drive. Officers provided additional resources if needed.
An individual called the police department in regards to getting property back from another individual.
Officer Scott received a call reporting a 16-year-old boy destroying a house. Officers arrived at the home on Belmont St. and spoke with the boy.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to Malone’s Motel to trespass a woman who had been trespassed before. The woman was issued a citation for trespassing and escorted off the property.
Officer Gordon responded to a report of noise disturbance on West Second St., but was unable to locate anyone.