Willow Springs Police Department
Wed, 10/14/2020 - 2:36pm admin
Shelly Marie Messex, Willow Springs, failure to register vehicle
Eriq Chad Loman, Willow Springs, failure to register vehicle
Bradley J Hoffman, Birch Tree, exceeded posted speed limit
Joshua B Huckabee, Springfield, exceeded posted speed limit
James C Smith, West Plains, stop sign violation
Quintin Petro, Tupelo, Miss., no valid license, exceeded posted speed limit
Joshua D Carter, Thayer, stop sign violation
Kyle E Hogan, Willow Springs, exceeded posted speed limit
Kristen Rose Stanten, Willow Springs, failure to register vehicle
Emily Redessa Vos, Dexter, Mo., exceeded posted speed limit
Josh Roy Denley, Hernando, Miss., exceeded posted speed limit
Stephen L Bookout, Willow Springs, stop sign violation
Michael Lewis Maloy, Willow Springs, failure to register vehicle, parking where signs prohibit
Christopher Lee Shaul, Willow Springs, failure to maintain financial responsibility
Jake McCoy Uber, Nixa, Mo., exceeded posted speed limit
Mack Andrew Shepard, Vichy, Mo., stop sign violation
Dennis R Price, West Plains, exceeded posted speed limit
Charles Stephen White, Gallatin, Tenn., exceeded posted speed limit
Chase Andrew Garrison, Willow Springs, exceeded posted speed limit
William Grady Josephson, Willow Springs, failure to register vehicle
The police department received a report that a woman pumped fuel at Snappy Mart and left without paying.
Calls for Service
A police officer went to G&W Foods for a report of a found drivers license.
The police department received a call from 911 requesting officers to drive by a North Center St. address a few times. An individual had called 911 stating the residents were using some form of device that was causing a burning sensation on her body. Officers drove by several times, covertly, but were unable to observe any evidence of foul play.
The police department responded to a report of a disturbance on North Ash St, where the resident requested extra patrols.
Police officers were dispatched to the Love’s Truck stop for a report of a fender bender in the parking lot. Both parties involved agreed to exchange information and work it out between themselves.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop G patrolman brought a man to the police department to bond out on three Mountain View warrants.
The police department received a report from a driver that a woman was walking in the road on Highway 76 just south of Snappy Mart and they had almost hit her. An officer went out to speak with the woman at Snappy Mart and explained she needed to be more careful while walking at night and to wear more visible clothing to be seen by passing motorists.
The police department responded to a report of a motion alarm at a building on West Main St. Officers found the building to be secure.
The police department received a report of a dog killed by loose dogs. The owners were located and informed.
The police department responded to a report of a disturbance on North Walnut St. A man had reportedly yelled at a woman and they agreed to separate.
While on general patrol, a police officer observed the Snappy Mart car wash door left open. The officer checked the building and nothing seemed out of place. The attendant was notified and stated he would close the door.
911 dispatched officers to the Town & Country Supermarket for a report of an alarm on the back roll up door. Officers went to the scene but found no problems.
The police department assisted Howell County Sheriff’s Office with a combative man on County Road 5800.
The police department received a call from 911 dispatch regarding a man who was reportedly found by his children having a seizure. Once on scene the officer found the man was no longer seizing and was very confused. Willow Springs Emergency Medical Services arrived and the ambulance was escorted out of town.
The police department performed a building check at Booster Field and found a young, homeless man sleeping in the bathroom where it was warm. The officer explained that the park was closed at 11:00 p.m. but the officer would let him stay a couple of hours since it was so cold and he had no jacket. The officer also gave the man some food and water from his patrol vehicle.
A police officer performed a wellbeing check on a man walking on Highway 60 near Industrial Dr. The man refused any help.
The police department was notified by 911 dispatch about a man walking in the median heading south on Highway 60/63. An officer spoke to the man, who stated he was just trying to get home. The officer continued to speak with the man to determine if he was okay.
Police officers assisted Howell County Sheriff’s Office with an arrest warrant on State Route 76.
The police department performed a building check at Booster Field and found a gray backpack outside one of the dugouts near the bathrooms. The backpack was taken to the police department until it is claimed.
911 dispatch contacted the police department regarding a woman who states she was being burned with some type of heat ray by her neighbors. The woman stated she was being burned most of the evening and drove to the police department to sleep in her car but was also getting burned in her car. She returned home and requested police officers come by for a follow up. An officer went to her home and completed a wellbeing check, then sat in the patrol car for approximately 15 minutes as requested by the woman.
A man came to the police department to report threatening text messages from his cousin’s ex-boyfriend. He stated that the person was contacting him about getting his belongings out of his ex-girlfriend’s house. The officer recommended the man block the phone number from texting him.
A man contacted the police department stating he has been trying to get his property back from his ex-girlfriend. The officer advised him that this was a civil matter.
Police officers were dispatched by 911 to Pine St. for a report of two individuals yelling at each other in the middle of the street. Upon arrival, the officers spoke with a man and woman who reported they were having an argument regarding their broken vehicle.
A police officer spoke with a man walking through town early in the morning. The man stated he was walking to Snappy Mart to get something to drink. A check of the man’s identification showed a non-extraditable warrant out of Springfield.