Mountain View Police

Citations
January 20
Noah Taylor, 18, Eminence, failure to show proof of insurance
January 21
Billy Messex, 31, Mountain View, dog at large (two counts), animal limitation (3 total)
January 23
Terri Orchard, 43, Mountain View, speeding 11-15 over
Kerah Dickson, 29, Birch Tree
Ethan Vanscoyk, 24, Mountain View, failure to register vehicle, fail to use headlights, leaving the scene of an accident
January 25
Jason West, 42, Winona, driving while suspended or revoked
January 26
Dustin Paige, 21, Birch Tree, failure to show proof of insurance
Juvenile, 16, Mountain View, equipment violation
January 29
Paula Renshaw, 57, Birch Tree, speeding 11-15 over
Miranda Fisher, 34, Mountain View, speeding 20-25 over
Christopher Haugen, 41, Houston, stealing (under $500)
 
Calls for Service
January 19
Lt. Trenton Barns took a report of a nuisance property.
Off. First Class Kylie McGee spoke to the owners of a business on East Street regarding a vehicle parked in their lot. Officer McGee placed a tow warning sticker on the vehicle.
Off. First Class McGee responded to Signal for an intoxicated subject. She advised management to trespass the individual.
Officers issued four traffic warnings.
January 20
Off. First Class McGee investigated a traffic accident with one vehicle leaving the scene.
Off. First Class McGee conducted a security check on individuals sitting in a vehicle in the bowling alley parking lot with the lights off.
Off. First Class McGee conducted a security check on an individual in a vehicle at Countryside Propane.
Off. First Class McGee assisted the highway patrol with an intoxicated individual.
Off. First Class McGee and Officer Alexis Johnson removed debris from the roadway.
While on patrol, Off. First Class McGee heard an audible commercial alarm.  She contacted the owner who turned off the alarm.
Officer Johnson conducted a wellbeing check on an individual walking in the extreme cold. They refused a ride due to being almost at their destination.
Asst. Chief Stetson Schwien responded to a report of a broken water line. He contacted the appropriate city department.
Asst. Chief Schwien spoke with management at the youth center regarding a parking complaint.
Off. First Class McGee responded to Signal for an intoxicated individual. Management trespassed the individual from the property.
Officers issued eleven traffic warnings.
Officers helped four individuals with information or assistance.
January 21
Officer Matthew Combs responded to a residence on Washington Street for a deceased person. Investigation determined cause of death to be natural causes.
Off. First Class McGee responded to a 911 hang up from the Walmart parking lot. The individual stated they did not need assistance.
Officers issued two traffic warnings.
Officers help three individuals with information or assistance.
January 22
Lt. Roberts investigated a non-injury vehicle accident. 
Lt. Roberts responded to South Marr Street for reports of an individual going door to door. He could not locate the individual.
Officers issued four traffic warnings.
Officers helped three individuals with information or assistance.
January 23
Officer Robert Poindexter responded to a report of an individual that fell and received an injury. He stayed with the person until EMS arrived.
Officer Combs checked on a disabled vehicle. The driver did not need assistance and the vehicle did not block the roadway.
Officer Combs conducted service delivery for council packets.
January 24
Officer Poindexter conducted a courtesy ride for an individual walking to work.
Officer Combs spoke with a parent reporting harassment from juveniles.
Officer Combs responded to a report of an assault of a juvenile with a pellet gun. Investigation found no evidence of assault and he advised the owner of the pellet gun to keep it inside.
Officer Poindexter received a call reporting multiple domestic incidents at a residence. A party at the apartment complex stated no disturbances took place.
January 25
Chief James Perkins responded to a non-injury vehicle accident with roadway blockage. He assisted in removing the vehicle from the roadway.
Asst. Chief Schwien received a call of a possible suicidal person. Investigation found an intoxicated individual. He called EMS who stayed to assess the individual.
Off. First Class McGee assisted an individual with items that fell from their vehicle.
Officer Poindexter conducted a security check on a vehicle parked in a dangerous position. The owner advised the vehicle became disabled.
Officers issued three traffic warnings.
Officers helped two individuals with information or assistance.
January 26
Officer Robert Poindexter responded to a disturbance call on E. James Street. Interviews with the caller stated a family member locked him out of the residence. The family member stated the caller becomes intoxicated and then upset when not allowed to drive. The caller received a ride and left the area. 
Officer Alexis Johnson found a subject asleep in a running vehicle with an alcoholic beverage in hand. Subject became sassy and resisted arrest, while being placed under arrest for DWI. Officers had the vehicle towed and the driver’s dogs taken to the pound for safekeeping.
Officers responded to Signal for a disturbance between two individuals in which one threw alcohol at the other. They located a subject at Walmart with their dog The second individual did not wish to press charges and the parties were separated.  
Officers helped four individuals with information or assistance. 
January 27
Asst. Chief Stetson Schwien received information about a gas drive-off from Anchor.
January 28
Officer Matthew Combs received information of a downed power line. After blocking the street, he found it to be a phone line and moved it out of the way.
Officers assisted one individual and issued two traffic warnings.
January 29
Officer Johnson spoke with a driver regarding the use of his Jake brake inside city limits.
Officer Johnson responded to an apartment with an individual stating a strange smell made them dizzy. Officers did not notice an odor in the apartment but advised the caller to let them know if it happened again.
Officer Combs received a complaint of a juvenile problem. The matter will be forwarded to the juvenile office.
Officer Combs responded to an animal at large complaint. Neighbors informed officers of where the dogs belonged. Officers issued a warning to the owner to keep the dogs restrained.
Lt. Trenton Roberts assisted an individual with a deer permit for an animal struck on the highway.
Officers helped seven individuals with information or assistance and issued two traffic warnings.
January 30
Cpl. Israel Guidry responded to a commercial alarm. Upon a keyholder’s arrival, officers cleared the building and found it secure.
Officer Poindexter secured the golf course gates.
Officers further assisted three individuals with information.
January 31
Cpl. Guidry spoke with an individual regarding harassment and false claims. 
Cpl. Guidry responded to Maplewood Court for a report of a hole in the roadway. He discovered a sinkhole in the middle of the street and contacted city crews.
Officer Poindexter secured the golf course gate.
Cpl. Guidry responded to a report of a domestic. He found one individual leaving when he arrived. After speaking to both, he requested they remain separated for the evening. 
Officers helped six individuals with assistance or information.
February 1
Asst. Chief Schwien received a complaint of a careless driver of a large truck. He located the vehicle and followed it, finding no careless behavior/
Cpl. Guidry secured the golf course gate.
Sgt. Kaleb Berkshire responded to a request from children’s division to check the well being of children in a home with no food and with a registered sex offender in the home. He stayed with the children until family services arrived.
Officers assisted three people with information and issued two traffic warnings.
 
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