Mountain View Police Department

Citations
March 1
Maikayla Willis, 21, Popular Bluff, speeding 16-19 over
 
Calls for Service
March 1
Officer Alexis Johnson conducted a safety check on a driver sitting roadside. 
Officer Johnson assisted with a report of one dog attacking another. The owner could not be located.
Asst. Chief Stetson Schwien investigated a report of threats made to the school. He found the suspect called a staff member’s phone and made verbal threats. He advised the school of judicial remedies. 
Off. First Class Kylie McGee assisted with a dog at large report.
Officers spoke to three individuals requesting assistance or information and issued six traffic warnings.
March 2
Off. First Class McGee attempted to locate the owners of a vehicle with the lights left on.
Off. First Class McGee received a report of harassment.
Off. First Class McGee spoke with Mercy hospital regarding a missing person’s report.
Officers spoke to three individuals requesting assistance or information and issued two traffic warnings.
March 3
Officer Johnson received a report of a missing person and later located the individual in the hospital.
Officer Johnson assisted with locating a missing child.
Off. First Class McGee assisted with a towed vehicle and made an arrest for an outstanding warrant.
Officers spoke to one individual requesting assistance or information and issued four traffic warnings.
March 4
Officer Johnson conducted a safety check on an individual seen stumbling around. The individual began to have a seizure and officers called EMS.
Lt. Trenton Roberts responded to a residential alarm and found everything secure.
Cpl. Israel Guidry received a report of an individual walking around staring at the sky. After speaking to the individual, he found them looking at their phone screen.
Cpl. Guidry spoke to an individual complaining about officers patrolling in the area.
Officers spoke to two individuals requesting assistance or information and issued two traffic warnings.
March 5
Lt. Roberts responded to a residential burglar alarm. He found everything secure.
Lt. Roberts responded to a report of an individual possibly intoxicated or needing medical attention. He found a family member had already picked them up.
Lt. Roberts investigated a non-injury, private property accident that occurred the night before.
Cpl. Guidry spoke to a parent with concerns of their teenager having a sexual relationship. He found no law violations.
Officers issued two traffic violations.
March 6
Cpl. Guidry responded to a request by the school resource officer for assistance with a student.
Cpl. Guidry responded to a cat in a tree at the cemetery, but could not retrieve the cat.
Officers spoke to four individuals requesting assistance or information and issued one traffic warning. 
March 7
Officer Combs assisted a Howell County Deputy with a traffic stop.
Officer Combs received a report of a subject attempting to enter homes. He did not locate the subject.
Officer spoke to four individuals requesting assistance or information and issued two traffic warnings.
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