Mountain View Police

July 8
Luca Woodward, 21, Mountain View, no valid operator license.
Ronald Haynes, 37, Mountain View, driving while intoxicated, driving while revoked/suspended, stop sign violation, possession of drug paraphernalia.
July 9
Shanna Blackall, 35, Mountain View, possession of drug paraphernalia.
Casey O’Shaughnessy, 39, Mountain View, possession of drug paraphernalia.
July 10
Santtiago Chirino, 40, Inglewood, Co., exceeded the posted speed limit.
Trista Gimpel, 37, West Plains, lighting violation.
July 12
Valeria Moreno, 37, Pomona, lighting violation.
July 13
Erik Yarber, 40, Birch Tree, possession of drug paraphernalia.
July 14
Elizabeth Taber, 29, Willow Springs, trespassing.
Calls for Service
July 8
A male subject on North Ash reported that another male subject tried to take his daughter. A report was taken.
A complaint was made about small children being left alone at Malone’s Motel. An adult male stated the children were only alone while he went to pick up his wife. The man was advised to not leave the children alone, even for a short period of time.
A female subject reported getting negative texts from her cousin. The female was advised to block her cousin’s number.
A female subject filled out a complaint form for a custody agreement violation.
A male subject reported a theft. A report was taken.
July 11
A tow truck driver called for assistance with traffic control on Pine.
A well-being check was requested for a male subject that had made statements of self-harm. Contact was made with the male, who stated that he would like to be sent to the stress unit. The man was placed on a 96-hour hold. 
A female subject on North Ash reported that her neighbor had been watching her in the bathroom and in the shower. 
July 12
A gas leak was discovered by the fire department after gas was smelled in the parking lot of Mountain View Elementary School. The tank was turned off.
July 13
A domestic disturbance was reported at a home State Route Y. One party had already left the scene. Both involved parties were advised of the 12-hour rule.
No injuries were reported in a one-vehicle accident on U.S. Highway 60. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
A domestic disturbance was reported at a residence on East ThirdStreet.
A controlled burn was reported on Sharp. The resident was told to extinguish the fire, due to a burn ban.
Two males were reported near the football field. No one was found in the area, but some vandalism was observed. Security cameras will be reviewed.
July 14
A male subject was not breathing due to an overdose. EMS was able to get the man awake and responsive.
A person was seen climbing the water tower. The person was an employee of an internet company who was replacing equipment.
Kids were reported riding skateboards on Belmont. The kids were gone on arrival.
A water leak was reported on First Street. The water supervisor was already responding to the leak when contacted.
July 15
A trespasser was reported on East Sixth Street. The subject was removed from the property and given a summons.
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