Willow Springs Police Department
Wed, 10/07/2020 - 12:40pm admin
Eva Mae Kollar, Willow Springs, animal running at large
Donivan Matthew Owens, Willow Springs, exceeded posted speed limit
Timothy A Burchett, Marble Hill, Mo., exceeded posted speed limit
James Gunter, West Plains, exceeded posted speed limit
Kayla M Jewell, Branson, Mo., exceeded posted speed limit
Lavonna J Harris, Flint, Mich., exceeded posted speed limit
Jacob Ryan Taylor Peak, Mansfield, Mo., exceeded posted speed limit
Raymond B Johnson, driving while revoked
Matthew Cash, 28, Mountain View, failure to maintain financial responsibility, failure to register vehicle with department of revenue, driving while suspended
Samuel Aaron Hockman, 25, Mountain View, failure to maintain financial responsibility, driving while suspended
The police department received a report of a wallet stolen from an individual’s steps on North Walnut.
Calls for Service
911 requested police officers to make contact with a man on West Fourth St. in reference to a vehicle trying to swerve into him. An officer spoke with the man and gave him a statement form.
The police department received a call from 911 dispatch stating that they received a report of high school kids in the Snappy Mart car wash parking lot yelling at customers while they were pumping gas. When the officers arrived, the parking lot was already empty.
The police department received a call from 911 dispatch stating they received a report of a brown and black dog roaming Belshe Ave that reportedly is causing all the other dogs on the street to bark. A police officer was able to confirm the report and Animal Control will be contacted first thing in the morning.
911 dispatched officers for a report of a man who was assaulted on North Highway 137 in Howell County. The man had walked into Willow Springs to call 911. Officers spoke with the man and informed him if he wanted to file charges that the County Sheriff's office would need to be contacted. The man did not want to file charges at this time and he was given a courtesy ride to his sister’s home.
The police department received a report of an abandoned black Ford in the driveway of an abandoned house on Highway 76 near Highway Z. Officers responded and the vehicle was gone.
The police department received a report of damage done on West High St. The reporting party wanted the incident documented.
The police department received a report of rocks in the street and in an individual’s front yard near Corn St. The individual reported young children across the street had been throwing rocks.
An individual contacted the police department with questions about shooting squirrels inside city limits.
The police department received a report of a red Ford Ranger spinning out in the Snappy Mart parking lot. The vehicle was gone when officers arrived.
The police department received a report of a fraudulent $100 bill being passed.
The police department received a report of an alarm at Tractor Supply. Upon arrival, no one was seen in the area and no sign of problems were detected.
The police department received a report from a woman that her nephew was with her daughter and on methamphetamines, acting crazy, and making threats. They were possibly en route to Ava or West Plains. The police department notified Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop G to request a stop and check their wellbeing.
Police officers responded to Privette’s Law office for a report of an unsecured building.
The police department received a report of a lid being removed from an outside sewage pump and the bolts were missing. The property owner lives in Springfield.
Missouri State Highway Patrol requested police officers take an accident report for an automobile collision with a deer on US 60 Highway, east of South Junction. Police officers met the driver at Love’s.
The police department was contacted by Tractor Supply for a report of suspicious individuals in the store who had backed their blue Chevy Impala with no plates close to the door. Officers arrived on scene, acknowledged the individuals, and waited for them to leave. The individuals were stopped and issued citations for driving violations.
Police officers responded to the Willow Springs Apartments for a report of an unsecured apartment. The apartment was cleared and then secured.
Animal Control checked on a dog in a yard on Holloway Dr. The dog was in a pen, appeared healthy, and had water. Animal Control also called the owner and spoke to him to verify that the dog was being cared for appropriately.
A woman reported to the police department and stated that her neighbor on North Center St. had kept her up at night by burning her with lasers. The woman was offered medical attention but she said she was going to go to her own doctor to have the burns examined. She also stated that a red car and a black truck from her neighbor’s house had been following her around town.