Mountain View Police

February 18
Camoren Wade, 21, Mountain View, possession of open container
Koide Hite, 19, Mountain View, purchase or possession by a minor
February 19
David Kowalczuk, 56, Birch Tree, driving while intoxicated or under the influence of alcohol
Beverly Rodriguez, 51, Mountain View, driving while intoxicated or under the influence of alcohol
Sheenia Grant, 36, Woodbury, Tenn., speeding 20-25 over
February 21
Bobby Tackitt, 83, Mountain View, fail to stop for school bus
February 23
Mark Logsdon, 56, Mountain View, fail to register vehicle
Bobby Little, 42, Birch Tree, possession of drug paraphernalia
Calls for Service
February 17
While Officer Allen Reef conducted security checks, he heard an audible alarm at Oak and First Streets and called it in to dispatch.
Corporal Trenton Roberts spoke with an individual concerned that they are being watched on Facebook Live. Cpl. Roberts assured them they were not being watched by Mark Zuckerburg, Elon Musk, or the drones they thought were following them.
Officer Timothy Gordon responded to Mercy Hospital for a report of a dog bite. The report and information of a stray dog were forwarded to animal control.
February 18
Officer Reef responded to Anchor for a non-injury accident report.
Officer Kylie McGee responded to Signal to speak with subjects concerned with another individual following them. The officer spoke to all individuals and ensured everyone safely went their separate ways.
February 19
Cpl. Roberts assisted an individual who received harassing phone calls.
Officer McGee spoke an individual stating they received harassing phone calls from the psychic they had called earlier. Officer McGee advised the individual to block the phone number, but they were unable to do so. She then called the psychic and advised them to move forward with a civil process and to stop the harassment.
February 20
Officer McGee and Cpl. Roberts responded to US Cellular for a possible intoxicated person. The individual passed a PBT test and they released them from the scene.
February 21
Officer McGee removed trash from the street.
Officer McGee assisted an individual who ran out of gas.
Chief James Perkins responded to US Hwy 60 for a non-injury vehicle accident.
February 22
Officer McGee assisted an individual with a cell phone subjects were refusing to return.
February 23
Officer Gordon responded to North Ash for a report of juveniles throwing rocks and breaking windows. Investigation found the broken window belonging to the parents of one of the juveniles. The parents of the other juvenile stated they would handle the situation.
Officer Gordon assisted an individual receiving threats.
Officer Combs responded to the area of Champs Fitness for a report of an individual lying in the ditch. Chief Perkins located the individual. EMS transported the subject.
Chief Perkins responded to Mountain View Healthcare for an upset individual.
Assistant Chief Stetson Schwien responded to a business on East Fifth for a possible intoxicated individual. The reporting party wanted the individual removed. 
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