Willow Springs Police Department
Wed, 04/07/2021 - 11:36am admin
Brianna Baldwin, Grandby, Mo., exceeded the speed limit by 11-15 mph
Kyle Cast, St. Charles, Mo., failure to register motor vehicle
Clayton Haynes, West Plains, failure to register motor vehicle
Cynthia Barbarito, Johnson City, Tenn., exceeded the speed limit by 11-15 mph
Joel Timmons, Menifee, Calif., exceeded the speed limit by 11-15 mph
Albert Pate, Coffeeville, Kan., exceeded the speed limit by 11-15 mph
Quinn Leavitt, Rolla, exceeded the speed limit by 11-15 mph
Kira Shere-Ellis, Dexter, Mo., exceeded the speed limit by 11-15 mph
Marla Green, Willow Springs, disorderly conduct
Calls for Service
Officer Paden Turnbull responded to a reporting party regarding a threat she received from a neighbor who threatened to kill the caller’s cat. The cat had not been harmed at the time of the call. The officer advised the caller to contact police again if the neighbor put the cat in any physical danger or gave her any more trouble.
Officer Dustin Smith responded to a call reporting two syringes and a small plastic bag containing a crystalline substance found in a parking lot. The officer removed and secured the items.
Officer John Thomas was dispatched to an address on East Sixth St. regarding a possible fire or gas leak caused by a lightning strike. On the scene, there was no evidence of fire and no gas smell. Willow Springs Fire Department had arrived, so Officer Thomas cleared the scene.
Sergeant Mike Huffman checked the wellbeing of children located at Snappy Mart. The children were fine.
Officer Thomas responded to a 911 call regarding a man on the ground in front of Good Graces pharmacy who was having trouble breathing. The man was transported from the scene by EMS.
Assistant Chief Wes Ellison took a call from a neighbor who was concerned about a woman who had stayed in her home for two nights. The caller said her guest was a mother afraid of her daughter. The guest had returned home that morning and the neighbor observed the mother hiding in a car crying and the daughter screaming. The neighbor was requesting the police to check on the mother. Asst. Chief Ellison spoke to the mother, who said the daughter has mental health issues, but needed no assistance.
The department received a call from the maintenance worker at Sunshine Village who had been contacted by a resident about a burglary. A check was made to verify the burglary, no further action was taken.
Sgt. Huffman responded to a report of a peace disturbance and took statements.
Sgt. Huffman received information regarding a man with an active warrant who had been seen at Snappy Mart.
Chief Bryan Hogan, Asst. Chief Ellison and Officer Corey Clark responded to a domestic disturbance in progress on North Harris St. One woman locked herself in a room inside the residence out of fear of another woman who was being destructive and struck a table inside with an ax. Chief Hogan and Asst. Chief Ellison spoke to the woman and were able to get her to calm down. They informed her there were resources available if she would want to seek them.