Willow Springs Police Department
Wed, 12/09/2020 - 11:56am admin
Shelby Kay Barton, Willow Springs, stop sign violation
Cody Allen Alterman, Champaign, Ill., exceeded posted speed limit
Kimberley A Banks, Corning, Ark., exceeded posted speed limit
Dorian Ruedas, Ripley, Miss., exceeded posted speed limit
Chelsey Morgan Saffell, Jonesboro, Mo., exceeded posted speed limit
Mathew Robert Cavato, Battlefield, Mo., exceeded posted speed limit
John Joseph Godi, Licking, Mo., exceeded posted speed limit
John Bowles, Koshkonong, Mo., stop sign violation
Phyllis Elrod Patrum, Baileyton, Ala., exceeded posted speed limit
Millie June Miller, Willow Springs, exceeded posted speed limit
Ariane Renee Brooks, Willow Springs, stop sign violation
Scott Michael Baty, Alton, Mo., exceeded posted speed limit
Kia Shanae Larell McCann, Willow Springs, exceeded posted speed limit
Thea Joy Juhl, Atlanta, Ga., exceeded posted speed limit
Thomas Lawton Burnham, Brandon, Miss., exceeded posted speed limit
Tara Dawn Poole, Springfield, Mo., exceeded posted speed limit
Ashley Rene Caldwell, Willow Springs, failed to register vehicle
Samuel Lewis Houck, Willow Springs, driving while suspended or revoked
Darcy Joelle Wilson, Lebanon, Mo., exceeded posted speed limit
Heather Culley, Omaha, Neb., exceeded posted speed limit
Philander Faye Roots, Raymond, Miss., exceeded posted speed limit
Adam Samuel Foster, West Plains, Mo., exceeded posted speed limit
Nikki Jo Dean, Willow Springs, driving while suspended or revoked
Sergi Rykhlov, Conyers, Ga., exceeded posted speed limit
James E Tice, Wardwll, Mo, exceeded posted speed limit
Samantha Nicole Laflin, Birmingham, Ala., stop sign violation
Jerrold James White, Willow Springs, obstructing flow of traffic
Chad Lynn Green, Willow Springs, failed to register vehicle
Kandra Ann Witkowski, Dora, Mo., exceeded posted speed limit
While on patrol, an officer noticed a vehicle at the Snappy Mart belonging to a man who had an active warrant out of Willow Springs.
An officer took a theft report from Love’s Truck Stop.
Calls for Service
Officers responded to a motor vehicle accident involving a deer. The vehicle, which was a rental, appeared to be totaled. The rental company was notified of the incident and a towing company removed the disabled vehicle. The officer provided the occupants with a ride to the Comfort Inn for lodging.
Animal Control received a call from 911 that a dog had been abandoned at the reporting party’s residence. The dog’s owner had been staying with the reported party, but had abruptly left and did not take the dog with him. The reporting party requested that Animal Control come take the dog, but Animal Control informed the reporting party they were now responsible for the dog.
A man requested an officer to come to his house regarding noises he keeps hearing. An officer went to the man’s residence at the Sunshine Apartments. The man stated that he heard sounds like metal on metal contact, possibly a hack saw or a file coming from across the road. The officer went across the road and looked around the buildings but did not see anything suspicious.
A woman contacted Animal Control through the Facebook page and wanted to know if a yellow lab mix had been picked up in the viaduct area. Cadet Davy Hocking responded that he had not picked up any dogs in that area. Shortly after, Cadet Hocking received a call stating that a woman on East Third St. had a yellow lab mix that had been picked up by her husband in the viaduct area. Animal Control then contacted the owner, and the dog was returned to the owner.
A woman called Animal Control to report that her dog had jumped out of an open window and had escaped. The woman was informed that Animal Control would keep a lookout for the dog.
Police officers responded to an alarm at the General Baptist Church. The alarm company contacted the cleaning lady, who did not have the code to disarm the alarm. The officers contacted a key holder to turn off the alarm.
A woman called Animal Control to report that she had found her dog that was previously reported missing.
A reporting party contacted the police department to report he received a counterfeit twenty dollar bill in change from Casey's at some point the previous week. The officer contacted the West Plains Bank, where it was confirmed that the bill was counterfeit.
Police officers responded to Dollar General for a report of an assault.
Officers responded to a report of two individuals causing a disturbance on Pine St. The reporting party stated that the individuals fled on foot before the officers arrived. The officers did notice that there was toilet paper thrown over a tree in the front yard.
Police officers responded to a report of an assault at the Highway 76 Apartments.
While on general patrol, an officer observed a cab light left on in one of the semi-trucks parked in the parking lot at Coastal Energy. 911 dispatch contacted an employee to come turn off the light.
Officers responded to a report of a semi truck on fire at the Loves. Officers arrived to find the vehicle was burning in the engine compartment. The officers used both fire extinguishers to work on the fire until the fire department arrived and put it out completely.
Officers responded to Randy’s Auto Shop for an alarm.