Mountain View Police

June 3
James Lebaron, 70, Mountain View, lighting violation. 
June 4
Joshua Crosby, 37, Cabool, lighting violation. 
June 5
Michael Goodwin, 56, Mountain View, trespassing.
Ashley Doughty, 28, West Plains, trespassing.
June 8
Estella Wallace, 70, Birch Tree, failure to yield the right of way.
Calls for Service 
June 3
A camper reportedly collided with a truck at Signal. The involved parties decided to not file a report as the damage was very minor. 
A female on North Ash reported that she believed someone had planted cameras in her apartment. No cameras were found.
June 4
A motorcycle was reported driving at a high speed on U.S. Highway 60. The vehicle was not located.
A careless and imprudent driver was reported. The driver was located and was advised to slow down.
June 6
A mistaken 911 call was paced from a residence on Duncan.
A female subject requested medical attention on East 7th Street. EMS took the woman to the hospital.
June 8
A well-being check was conducted after a 911 hang up call from a location on East James. Everyone at the residence was fine. 
A male subject was reportedly walking around the Walmart parking lot yelling and hitting himself. Contact was made with the man who stated that he was just waiting for a ride. The man did not appear to be causing any problems. 
A suspicious vehicle was reported on Beth Street. The occupants were parked and talking but did not seem to be causing any issue.
EMS was assisted with access and a lift assist at a residence on Delp Road. 
Vandalism was reported at a property on Doris. A property damage report was taken.
A woman reported that she heard a cat meowing from a white van in the Walmart parking lot. A stray cat was located in the wheel hub of the vehicle.
A two-vehicle accident was reported on U.S. Highway 60. One of the involved parties was issued a citation for failing to yield the right of way.
A domestic disturbance was reported on Woolsey. The reporting party stated that her son and girlfriend were arguing. The altercation was verbal and not physical at the time of the report.
A stolen TV and vintage wedding set that had been stolen were reported to be at an address on West Second. A follow up was requested. 
A woman called with questions about a stolen dog. 
An officer was dispatched to Walmart for a child stating that he had been left alone by his babysitter. Contact was made with the he child’s guardian.
A male subject dropped off property at the police department that was part of an active case. The property was returned to the rightful owner.
A resident on Washington asked that the area be checked. He stated that his dogs were barking and that he believed someone might be in the area. No one was found in the area.
June 9
The electric department reported that they were having trouble driving on East Street, due to people parking in the street. Contact was made with the he person who had parked in the street, and she stated that she would start using a parking spot.
An officer met with a Shannon County Deputy to return stolen property.
A woman was attempting to remove appliances from a rental house. The woman was advised that she could not remove the appliances.
A driver collided with a parked vehicle on West Second Street, near Pine.
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