Mountain View Police

Citations
November 5
Cherokee Hood, 20, Mountain View, lighting violation. 
Sadie Stubbs, 19, Birch Tree, lighting violation. 
November 8
John Rogers, Mountain View, peace disturbance. 
November 9
Charles Chamberlin, 46, lighting violation. 
Nicholas Sharr, 19, Mountain View, lighting violation. 
Ethan Ledford, 30, Mountain View, no valid operator license. 
Jennifer Brown, 61, Birch Tree, failure to drive on the right side of the roadway. 
Riky Williams, 21, Mountain View, peace disturbance. 
Tyler Carr, 21, Mountain View, failure to drive on the right side of the roadway. 
November 10
Chyane Zitter, 26, Mountain View, lighting violation. 
 
Calls for Service 
November 5
A gas theft was reported at Anchor. A report was taken. 
November 6
An ATM alarm was activated at West Plains Bank. The ATM did not appear to be damaged or tampered with. 
November 7
Extra patrol was requested on State Route Y. 
A subject of interest was reported to be nearing Mountain View from Shannon County. 
Extra patrol was requested on Third Street for someone possibly tampering with a dog. 
Nov 8
A man came to the police department to report check fraud. 
A peace disturbance was reported at an apartment building on State Route W. Contact was with the subjects, and a verbal warning to keep the noise down was given. A citation was given to a male after additional complaints were received. 
A well-being check was requested by a caller who stated that they had seen someone lying on the ground near James Street. The area was checked, but the subject was not located. 
November 9
An accident was reported on State Route Y. Three vehicles were damaged, but there were no injuries. 
EMS requested assistance at Delp Road Apartments. 
A dispatch was received for a medical alarm on Missouri Street. The patient was not at the address, and EMS was cancelled. 
November 11
A man requested information on a traffic warning that his daughter had received. 
A man called to state that he was at his residence, and that that he believed that his home arrest device was malfunctioning. 
Assistance was given to a stranded driver at the Signal parking lot. 
A caller reported that their vehicle had broken down near Veteran’s Park. 
A suspicious vehicle was reported near Belmont Street. The vehicle could not be located. 
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