Willow Springs Police Department
Wed, 09/16/2020 - 2:11pm admin
Daniel Aaron French, Mountain View, exceeded the posted speed limit
Kenneth E French, Birch Tree, stop sign violation
Devon Eugene Riley, Willow Springs, defective equipment
Kobie Weton Bunch, Mountain View, exceeded the posted speed limit
Jeremy Eugene Foster, Houston, exceeded the posted speed limit
Enjoli M Hill, Jefferson City, exceeded the posted speed limit
Stephanie C Reifers, Southhaven, Miss., exceeded the posted speed limit
Gail Lynn Hinds, West Plains, stop sign violation
Matthew Alixander Cash, Willow Springs, failure to maintain financial responsibility, failure to register vehicle
Crystal D Doran, West Plains, exceeded the posted speed limit
Joel M Aikey, Willow Springs, stop sign violation
Kevin M Davis, Rogersville, stop sign violation
Elizabeth R Sisco, Birch Tree, exceeded the posted speed limit
Stacy Magdelena Tintocalis, West Plains, exceeded the posted speed limit
Regina N Barker, Lakeland, Tenn., exceeded the posted speed limit
Maurice Nmi Amaker, Dekalb, Ga., stop sign violation
Derek A Aubuchon, Owensville, Mo., exceeded the posted speed limit
Leon Nmi Tillman, Marietta, Ga., exceeded the posted speed limit
Gary A Burk, Willow Springs, failure to maintain financial responsibility, failure to register vehicle, driving while suspended or revoked
Tyler C Cockrum, Springfield, Mo., exceeded the posted speed limit
Billy Messex, 28, multiple felony charges, including burglary
Calls for Service
The police department responded to a report of marjuana being smoked in a non-smoking room at the Comfort Inn the evening before.
The police department received a request for a wellbeing check on a woman. Officers responded to the woman’s home to find her intoxicated. She had attempted to cut her wrists.
Howell County Sheriff’s Office requested the police department to assist with a suicide.
The police department performed a building check at Booster Field.
The police department performed a building check at the golf course.
A reporting party contacted the police department to report an argument during which a man stated he was going to kill himself. The party stated the man had a .22 rifle in his car and was driving a white Dodge Charger with Sheriff logos on the side, and was last seen heading westbound on State Route 76. The information was shared with Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop G.
The police department responded to Simmons Bank for a report of an ATM being broken into. After the officers were on scene, the key holder fixed the machine and there was no loss. It appeared that the machine had just malfunctioned.
A man called the police department to report his vehicle missing. Later it was found down the street from his location. He believed one of his friends took it and did not want to file a report.
The police department received a request for a wellbeing check at a residence on East Valley St. An officer spoke with the residents who were all fine.
Police officers were sent to North Center St. for a report that a woman’s neighbors across the road were shining a laser at her which was burning her skin and keeping her from sleeping. Once on scene, the officers were unable to locate any lasers.
Police officers responded to the Willow Winds Mobile Home & Rv Park on State Route 76 for a report of a suicidal man with a gun. The man was arrested without incident and transported to the Howell County Jail on a 24 hour hold pending formal charges for assault and burglary.
Police officers responded to the area of DD Highway and North Harris St to assist the Howell County Sheriff’s department with a traffic stop.
The police department responded to an alarm at Jasper Engines. Officers verified the building appeared secure and notified the key holder.
Police officers were dispatched to the Willow Springs Apartments on State Route 76 to speak with a woman who requested assistance. She told the officers that her ex-husband was making suicidal threats. One office spoke with the ex-husband and he voluntarily committed himself to the stress unit.
A man came to the police department to pick up a statement form to report tools that were stolen from his jeep.
The police department received a report of a disturbance at an apartment building. The officers spoke with the occupants who stated a child had been playing. The officers did not observe anyone making a disturbance.
911 dispatch informed the police department of a flatbed truck that had a load shift while traveling westbound from Mountain View. An officer located the vehicle and the driver stated his company had advised him to limp the load to Springfield.