Howell County Sheriff’s Office

January 29
George Clifton Webb, 55, book and citation
Justin Glenn Stepp, 33, domestic assault – third degree
Stanley M Reeves, 72, terrorist threat - first degree 
Whitney Nicole Stein, 35, 24-hour commit
January 30
Larry Daniel Jones, 47, 24-hour hold
Joshua J Hart, 42, probation violation (two counts)
Ashley Ladawn Stokes, 34, 48-hour commit
January 31
Kirk Allen Hutchinson, 58, failure to appear – felony
Rayetta Ann Wiggs, 49, assault - first degree or attempt, assault - third degree - special victim 
February 1
Scotty Dale Hand, 68, probation violation, unlawful possession of a firearm 
Shawn Cameron Singley, 52, failure to register as sex offender
Chaz Benjamin Brock, 38, possession of controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana/synth cannabinoid, unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful use of weapon - possess weapon and a felony controlled substance 
April Dawn Gott, 43, possession of a controlled substance, unlawful use of weapon - possess weapon and a felony controlled substance 
February 2
Dillon Lee Pike, 30, 24-hour hold
Robert Paul Besse, Sr, 46, 72-hour hold
Travis Robert Mock, 39, 48-hour commit
James Antwion Simpson, 44, book and release
Tristan Evan Vanwinkle, 32, 48-hour commit
Ashley Ladawn Stokes, 34, commit
Matthew Allan Weant, 29, driving while revoked booked and released
Matthew James Lovan, 39, 24-hour hold
February 3
Whitney Nicole Stein, 34, commit
February 4
Willie Gene Day, 41, 24 hour hold - pending charges 
Daniela Elizabeth Pazcordona, 21, fail to appear – misdemeanor 
Crystal Marie Floyd, 41, possession – book and release
Kerry Edward Kelsey, 63, possession – book and release
Calls for Service
January 29
Deputy Jacob R. Hamby received a call for a report of auto theft that turned out an assault on County Road 4350, Pomona. A report will be sent to the Howell County Prosecutor for review.
January 30
Deputy Melanie Roam received a report of a violation of a protection order. They arrested the suspect and placed them on a 24-hour hold, pending formal charges.  
While Cpl. Brian Jackson responded to a warrant arrest, conducted a consent search of the property and located controlled substances.
Deputy Brandon Meacham responded to a residence on Illinois Ave, Brandsville for a wellbeing check. He located the individual safe and found no crime occurred. 
January 31
Officer Dylan Webb took a report of a protection order violation.
Cpl. Jackson responded to a physical domestic at a residence on County Road 3450 in Mountain View. He separated the parties and placed one subject on a 96-hour hold. 
Corporal Nicholas Bruno and medical personnel from Willow Springs Ambulance Service responded to a residence on County Road 3340, in Willow Springs for an unresponsive subject. They conducted life-saving measures and pronounced the subject deceased on the scene. Investigation found no signs of trauma and death is believed to be due to natural causes. 
February 1
Cpl. Jackson applied for and received a search warrant for a residence located on County Road 4620. The search warrant located and seized several illegal items.
Deputy Webb took a report of stealing that took place on State Route MM.
Deputy First Class Jared Hummel responded to a residence on County Road 2380 in reference to a disturbance. Criminal charges will be forwarded to the Howell County Prosecutor's Office for review.  
February 3
Deputy Austin Ryan received a report of a victim wanting to file a report for violation of an order of protection after receiving a threatening voice mail from the defendant on the order of protection. 
Deputy Tessa Jens responded to a possible house fire set by an intoxicated subject. The reporting party they advised they were able to extinguish the fire before it spread further. The victim advised that they did not wish to pursue charges at this time. They later transported the subject who set the fire to Ozark's Healthcare to be placed on a 96-hour hold for a mental evaluation. 
February 4
Deputy Jens responded to a domestic disturbance at a residence on County Road 4210. Interviews found a verbal argument occurred during which pushing and slapping occurred. Deputy Jens observed no injuries and neither party wished to file charges against the other. 
Deputy Ryan conducted a traffic stop with a vehicle on County Road 1280 in West Plains. He arrested two occupants for possession of a controlled substance. The suspected methamphetamine will be forwarded to the Missouri State Highway Patrol Lab for lab results. 
Corporal Dakota Millard responded to State Route Z near Willow Springs for a report of a disturbance. Interviews found a verbal argument had occurred, but the other party had left the residence.
Deputy Shaun Duggins took a report of a juvenile assaulting his caretaker. 
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