Mountain View Police
Wed, 09/14/2022 - 3:20pm admin
Eddie Ferguson, 49, Rose Hill, Ks., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Anthony Castillo, 39, Winona, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Douglas Byrd, 55, Mountain View, driving while intoxicated.
Kristin Masters, 41, Dexter, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Michelle Cooper, 49, Mountain View, failure to use turn signal.
Kimberly Stotler, 30, Mountain View, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Deven Edwards, 24, Birch Tree, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Gabriel Harris, 18, Wallowa, Or., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Eric Brawley, 38, Eminence, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Colton Wilkins, 24, Birch Tree, driving while revoked/suspended.
Calls for Service
A caller advised that there were kids in the locked city pool area. The juveniles were advised to leave the area.
Juveniles were reported throwing mud at vehicles near the football field. The juveniles admitted to throwing mud and agreed to leave the area.
A male subject was reportedly urinating on a church on 4th Street. The man was not found in the area.
Ozarks Healthcare reported that a female patient had told them about multiple incidents that had occurred in Mountain View.
A male subject reported a stolen cell phone.
A female subject on 5th Street reported having issues with people on her property. The woman requested extra patrol in the area.
A business was found unsecured on 5th Street. Extra patrol was conducted in the area.
A domestic disturbance was reported on 4th Street. The involved parties were separated.
Property damage was reported on East 3rd Street. Extra patrol was conducted in the area.
Suspicious subjects were reported in the area of Mountain View Mobile Estates Storage. No one was found in the area.
A woman asked to drop property damage charges after the suspect came to fix her fence.
A male subject was arrested on a Shannon County warrant near Walmart.
A male subject was arrested for driving while revoked and driving while intoxicated during a traffic stop near Signal.
A social worker asked for a report for stolen medication for an individual.
A woman reported a shattered window on her car, likely from a rock thrown by a lawn mower.
A panhandler was reported near Walmart. The woman was advised that she needed to be licensed.
A resident reported that they would be burning brush on County Road 3910.
A woman reported that her granddaughter was yelling and throwing things at her. The two were separated for the night.
An alarm was set off at Dave’s Auto. An employee had entered the building after the alarm had been set.