Mountain View Police

July 22
James Fox, 58, Mountain View, driving while revoked/suspended. 
Christopher Ellet, 40, Mountain View, no valid operator license. 
July 23
Derrick Walls, 34, Van Buren, driving while revoked/suspended, failure to register a motor vehicle, failure to maintain financial responsibility.
David Hawkins, 36, Mountain View, seatbelt violation. 
Richard Wilson, 50, Winona, third degree assault. 
Sabrina Denker, 32, West Plains, third degree assault. 
Roy Kramer, 37, Birch Tree, failure to register a motor vehicle, failure to maintain financial responsibility. 
July 24
Jin Seo, 34, Springfield, failure to register a motor vehicle. 
July 25
John Essner, 20, Scott City, failure to obey a traffic control device. 
Nicholas Fielding, 26, Mountain View, lighting violation. 
July 26
Andrew Whitney, 26, Springfield, stop sign violation, careless and imprudent driving, resisting arrest. 
July 28
Phillip McKee, 26, West Plains, no valid operator license, failure to maintain financial responsibility, possession of a controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana/synthetic cannabinoid, possession of drug paraphernalia. 
Calls for Service 
July 22
A property owner on North Harrison reported that someone was cutting trees on his property.
A male subject reported a lost wallet. 
A woman reported that her grandson repeatedly runs away. The woman was advised to complete a complaint form. 
July 23
An open door caused an alarm to be activated at Mountain View Fabricating.
A vehicle break-in was reported on East 3rd Street. A suspect was identified. The matter is under investigation. 
A property owner on Harrison requested that a person be trespassed from their property. 
A male subject reported a custody dispute.
A domestic disturbance was reported on East 3rd Street. Citations were issued for both involved parties.
July 24
A cell phone that was found just outside of town was turned in at the police department. The phone was stored in found property. 
A report was received that an underage employee at Subway had been touched by another employee. Surveillance footage of the incident will be reviewed.
A fight was reported at Signal between two male subjects. Both subjects were gone upon the arrival of an officer. 
A suspicious vehicle was reported at Mountain View Lumber. The vehicle could not be located. 
Smoke and strange noises were observed at a residence on East 3rd Street. The Fire Department was contacted to investigate. 
A caller reported two male subjects that were trying to get into vehicles. The area of 3rd Street and 4th Street were checked, but no one was found. 
Debris was removed from U.S. Highway 60 near Main Event. 
July 25
An employee at Signal was able to stop a shoplifter and retrieve a bottle of alcohol that the man had stolen from the store. It was asked that the man be trespassed from Signal. 
A caller reported that gas was stolen from his truck at the airport. 
July 26
A domestic disturbance was reported at McDonald’s. The involved parties ran into Walmart to hide when police arrived. A suspect was located. 
A female subject was taken into custody after violating a protective order on East 6th Street. 
A cow was reported in the roadway on Tom Frommel Memorial Drive. The cow went south through the golf course and possibly mixed in with other cows.
An assault was reported on East 3rd Street. Both involved parties refused to file a report. 
July 27
A pursuit ensued when a driver attempted to flee from a traffic stop on North Ash. The pursuit ended when the driver crashed on County Road 3670. The driver was released for medical treatment. 
A caller on 7th Street reported that someone was trying to get in her door. Extra patrol was requested. 
A female subject had complained of chest pains and passed out on North Ash. The woman, who has had prior mental issues and suicidal tendencies, denied medical treatment. 
A well-being check was requested for a male subject on David Drive. The man was found to be fine. 
Assistance was requested for a reported overdose at Vets Park. An ambulance was dispatched to the scene. 
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