Mountain View Police

November 11
Shyonna Brooks, 27, West Plains, stop sign violation, failure to use a turn signal.
Sabrina Denker, 32, Mountain View, peace disturbance.
Karen Brooks, 50, Summersville, exceeding the posted speed limit.
November 12
Carlton Bennett, 23, Ava, lighting violation.
Charles Babbs, 34, Charlotte, Tn., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Makenzi Davis, 19, Neelyville, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Ryan Kyger, 19, Birch Tree, failure to register a motor vehicle.
William Baxter, 41, Franklin, Tenn., exceeding the posted speed limit.
November 13
Alexander Phibbs, 24, Paducah, Ken., exceeding the posted speed limit.
November 14
Codie Southworth, 18, Mountain View, failure to maintain financial responsibility.
Janice Powell, 79, Mountain View, failure to yield right of way.
November 16
Kimberly Heavin, 42, Mountain View, littering, peace disturbance.
November 17
Geraldine Figurski, 80, Birch Tree, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Franklin Brandenburg, 54, Flagstaff, Ariz., failure to display state license plates.
Calls for Service
November 10
A report was taken for a two-vehicle accident.
A juvenile male walked away from his caregiver. Police checked the area near where the teen was last seen was checked to locate him.
An officer responded to a report of a lawn mower on fire. The fire had been extinguished before arrival to the scene.
An individual came to the police department in reference to an incident that had occurred at the school.
An older male subject was seen stumbling in the roadway. The man was found to be intoxicated but was nearly home at the time of contact.
A male subject was reportedly seen sleeping near the creek. Contact was made with the man, and assistance was given to get him to a local center for help.
November 12
Assistance was requested with an unruly foster child. An older child had left the home but agreed to stay after a conversation with officers.
A male subject reported a child custody issue, stating that the mother of his children had not shown up at the agreed exchange time.
A missing juvenile male was reported. Information was taken, and a report was filed.
A male subject reported that his girlfriend had accidentally put on leg shackles and needed help to remove them.
Assistance was given to an elderly female who was found walking on Ash Street. The woman did not know where she was and appeared confused. Assistance was provided to return the woman to her home.
November 13
A juvenile was returned to his home after being seen walking from Webb onto South Elm after sneaking out of his house.
November 14
A report was taken for a two-vehicle accident.
A mother reported a male subject was reportedly making suicidal threats. The male refused to speak with an officer.
November 15
An officer was dispatched to Taco Bell for a report of a suspicious vehicle. The vehicle owner was an employee, and the scene was cleared.
November 16
The water department was contacted for a report of a water main leak.
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