Mountain View Police

May 20
Jacob Rogers, 20, Birch Tree, failure to display state license plates.
May 21
Michael Shively, 70, Shippensburg, Pa., speeding in a construction zone.
May 22
Hamid Molavi, 52, West Plains, failure to drive on the right side of the roadway.
May 27
Alexes Latimer, 22, Mountain View, driving while intoxicated, failure to maintain financial responsibility, driving while revoked/suspended.
May 29
Michelle Redman, 29, Mountain View, stealing.
Ethan Vanscoyk, 22, Mountain View, possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoid.
May 30
Anna Smith, 22, Birch Tree, failure to display state license plates.
May 31
Cordell Saunders, 20, Alton, lighting violation.
Robert Hopkins, 66, Marshfield, lighting violation.
Reba Cross, Mountain View, 53, lighting violation.
June 2
Deborah Ledford, 65, Birch Tree, lighting violation.
Sherrie Mullins, 47, Mountain View, lighting violation.
Calls for Service
May 20
A well-being check was conducted at a residence. The male subject in question was not believed to be home.
A female subject called for a well-being check for her neighbor, stating that she may need assistance getting out of her chair.
May 21
A resident on Ward Street reported a suspicious vehicle. The vehicle was not located.
Willow Springs Police provided information to police about a juvenile that had been involved in a fight at school. The information was given to the school resource officer.
May 22
A woman reported a child custody issue. The woman was advised to contact the Howell County Sheriff's Office, since the incident had occurred outside of the city.
Theft was reported at storage units on East First Street. A report was taken.
A caller reported an underage male driving a vehicle. The vehicle could not be located.
Casey’s reported a controlled substance found on the property.
May 23
A woman reported that she believed stolen property was being sold in Birch Tree. The woman was advised to contact the Shannon County Sheriff's Office.
A caller sought information about a vehicle that had been towed.
A caller made a complaint about junk in the yard of a residence on Buddy Lane.
May 24
A well-being check was conducted at a residence on James Street. The female occupant stated that she was fine.
May 25
A caller reported suspicious activity on West Second Street. No suspicious activity was found in the area.
Missouri State Highway Patrol called to confirm a warrant.
May 26
Taco Bell reported a vehicle parked near the dumpster near closing time. The occupants of the vehicle were asked to leave the area.
May 27
A vehicle was located behind the city shop. The person was asked to leave the area.
May 28
A dog was reportedly hit in the roadway on U.S. Highway 60. The reporting party took the animal to the vet clinic.
A well-being check was conducted on a female subject that was possibly suicidal. Contact was made with the woman, and she was not suicidal.
May 29
A female subject requested assistance in a custody exchange.
The Howell County Sheriff's Office advised to be on the lookout for a stolen vehicle.
A theft was reported at Dollar General. A report was taken.
A traffic stop was conducted on a vehicle that was suspected in a theft. Stolen property was located, and a summons was issued.
Marijuana was located on East First Street. The owner of the marijuana was identified, and a citation was issued. 
A female subject reported a stolen credit card. A complaint form was provided to her. 
May 30
A report was received from a residence on Valley View of a sex offender that would not leave the apartment where children were present. EMS was called to the scene when the subject abruptly had a seizure. The subject was transported to the hospital.
Suspected animal abuse was reported at a residence on Belmont. A check of the dog revealed that the animal was not being abused.
Contact was made with a person in the roadway on U.S. Highway 60 who had almost been hit by a vehicle. A courtesy ride was given to the person.
A bonfire and loud noise was reported on Belmont. The people involved with the bonfire were given a warning about the noise.
A child was reportedly locked inside a vehicle with the keys at the Walmart parking lot. A locksmith was able to open the vehicle.
An alarm was heard at Walmart just before midnight. An employee reset the alarm.
May 31
A female subject was reported having a seizure at Dollar General. First responders assisted the woman.
A pawn shop on Oak Street reported that someone was on the roof of the business. The person was gone when officers arrived. The pawn shop reported the following day that the business had been burglarized.
A subject reported receiving harassing emails. The person was advised to block the sender of the messages.
June 1
A truck caught on fire at a residence on East Seventh Street. No damage was reported to the residence.
A reporting party wanted to reclaim a television from another individual. The person was advised that they would have to take the other individual to small claims court. 
911 received a series of hangup calls. It was discovered that kids were playing on a phone. 
Staff accidentally set off a security alarm at the golf course. 
June 2
Two individuals were questioned regarding tires that had been slashed on a vehicle. One of the individuals was also questioned about a recent theft.
A male subject refused to meet for a custody exchange at the police department. The male called and stated that he did not want to meet at the police department, but later agreed to meet.
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