Howell County Sheriff’s Department

May 8
Ryan Joseph Newton, 39, 14-day court ordered commit
May 9
Clinton Ray Highfield, 49, failure to appear, misdemeanor, driving while revoked or suspended
Elias Garcia, Jr, 32, tampering with motor vehicle
Marcelino Perez Diaz, 26, domestic assault - third Degree 
Alan Heady, 69, driving while intoxicated – persistent 
May 10
Everett Ewing Newt Collins, 19, assault- fourth degree (two counts) driving while intoxicated resisting/interfering with arrest 
May 11
Taz Daniel Anthony Harper, 27, domestic assault – third degree
Dakota Lee Violett, 26, resisting arrest/detention/stop by fleeing - creating substantial risk of injury/death 
Lisa R Callais, 56, probation violation
April Lynn Hackney, 42, domestic assault – third degree
Danny A Boyer, 60, writ
May 12
Desmond Mason Bell, 22, fraudulent use of credit/debit device - felony 
Tristan Even Vanwinkle, 31, 48-hour commit
Nathan Chadwick Graves, 33, failure to appear – misdemeanor
May 13
Rodney A Fox, 45, burglary - first degree, fail to appear – misdemeanor, failure to appear - felony (two counts) resisting/interfering with arrest for a felony, stealing - controlled substance/meth manufacturing material, stealing - misdemeanor 
Orvil David Doran, 32, resisting/interfering with arrest, detention or stop 
May 14
Jerry R Puckett, 50, stealing - catalytic converter 
Odie Ray Belt, 33, 24-hour hold
Calls for Service
May 8
Deputy Jacob Hamby received a request with assistance in removing what appeared to be illegal narcotics found inside a residence located at Private Road 1612, West Plains. He seized the items and sent them to the lab for drug identification. Contact with the suspect will be attempted. 
Deputy Jordon Collins responded to a residence located on County Road 8580 to investigate a report of a missing person. This is an ongoing investigation.
May 9
Deputy Tessa Jens received a report of a missing person with suspicious circumstances. 
Corporal Matthew Roberts responded to County Road 6330 in reference to a disturbance with weapons involved. 
May 10
Deputy First Class Devon Mendenhall received a report of an animal trespassing call in Willow Springs. He made contact both the victim and suspect and charges will be forwarded to the Howell County Prosecutor's Office against the suspect. 
Corporal Seth Smith received a call regarding property damage. Formal charges will be forwarded to the Juvenile Office. 
Deputy Michael Pauly received a call of a property line dispute on County Road 3440 Mountain View.
Deputy First Class Travis Weaver responded to the area of county road 6270 for the report of an intoxicated male off the roadway in a ditch. On scene, he observed an SUV off the roadway with driver attempting to drive out the ditch. After making contact with the suspect, Deputy Weaver determined them to be intoxicated. They were arrested and placed into a patrol vehicle. The suspect later maneuvered out of their handcuffs. Deputy Weaver checked the condition of the suspect's wrist restraints, and meanwhile, the suspect attempted to handcuff Deputy Weaver and escape the patrol vehicle. The deputy overpowered the suspect and transported them to the Howell County Adult Detention Center. Formal charges for driving while intoxicated and resisting arrest will be forwarded to the Howell County Prosecuting Attorney's Office. 
May 11
Deputies responded to the Pomona area for a report of a domestic disturbance. Deputy Dylan Webb made with all the parties involved. He arrested an individual without incident and placed them on a 24-hour hold pending formal charges.
Deputy Webb took a theft report in reference a flatbed trailer from behind a business on US Highway 63, West Plains and an investigation is ongoing. 
May 12
Deputy Jared Hummel responded to a theft report at Alligator Jack's convenience store near U.S. 160 and AB Highway. Charges will be forwarded to the Howell County Prosecutor. 
May 13
Deputy Talon Millard received a call of a possible stolen vehicle from Private Road 5080 in Pomona. He identified the suspect and charges will be filed through the Howell County Prosecutor's Office. 
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