Willow Springs Police Department
Wed, 10/28/2020 - 12:53pm admin
Deanna Marie Pulley, Willow Springs, failure to maintain financial responsibility
Nicholas R Faulconer, Lincoln, Mo., exceeded posted speed limit
Leslie Dawn Lewter, Helena, Ala., exceeded posted speed limit
Joe Brian Jackson, Chillocothe, Ohio, stop sign violation
Corey Curtis Hass, Willow Springs, failure to register vehicle
Tony Allen Gray, Mayfield, Ky., exceeded posted speed limit
Charles G Christensen, Saratoga Springs, Utah, exceeded posted speed limit
Pamela Jean Corbin, Paris, Tenn., exceeded posted speed limit
James Jeffery Armour, Clearwater, Kan., exceeded posted speed limit
Aaron Michael Templemere, Willow Springs, exceeded posted speed limit
Calls for Service
911 dispatch requested an officer to contact a woman at the Willow Springs Villa Apartments in reference to some noise she was hearing.
The police department was requested to assist Emergency Medical Services at a residence. A woman’s medic alarm had been activated, but the medics were unable to gain entrance to the home. The keyholder arrived and opened the door.
The police department received a report of a tree falling on a man. An ambulance and fire department arrived on scene. They found the man was not pinned and had been able to crawl out under his own power. The man had no apparent injury.
Police officers assisted Missouri State Highway Patrol at the scene of a car accident involving a deer.
Police officers responded to a residence on Ash Street to check on a man who was laying in the road. The man stated that he had tried meth for the first time and believed he was having a stroke. No illegal substances or items were found on the man, and he was transported to Ozark Medical Center by Emergency Medical Services.
The police department received a call from 911 dispatch regarding an aggressive dog that would not allow a homeowner inside their home. Officers found the dog’s owner on Corn Ave., who took their dog back home.
Police officers responded to a report of a property dispute. Upon arrival, officers were advised that a teenage boy threatened to kick a door, but the officers were able to resolve the situation.
While on general patrol, an officer observed that the Snappy Mart carwash building door was unsecured. The attendant stated they would close the door once the rain let up.
The police department was requested to check on a broken down vehicle eastbound at Pine Grove. Officers spoke with the driver, the mechanical issues were resolved, and he was back on his way.
Police officers responded to Casey’s for a report of an individual who had been trespassed before and was back at Casey's making threats to the cashier.
A police officer assisted Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop G to search for a wounded deer on U.S. Highway 63, but they were not able to locate it.
The police department was requested to perform a wellbeing check on a woman and her baby. Officers found the woman and her baby were both fine.
During a traffic stop, officers found the driver to have an active warrant out of Texas County. Texas County was unable to extradite the individual and the individual was released with a warning.
An officer assisted a man and his wife to unlock their apartment door at Sunshine Village after they accidentally locked themselves out.
While on general patrol, an officer observed that the Snappy Mart carwash door was open. The attendant stated they would close the door.