Mountain View Police

June 22
William Smith , 20, Willow Springs, driving while intoxicated, minor in possession by consumption, fail to drive on right half of roadway
June 25
Chantelle Callahan, 55, West Plains, fail to obey stop sign
Chandler Sims, 18, Thayer, seatbelt violation
Tafton Henderson, 30, West Plains, seatbelt violation
Cameran Weaver, 20, Van Buren, fail to obey stop sign, fail to obey state plates, fail to show proof of insurance
June 26
Amanda Metheny, 37, Cabool, fail to obey stop sign
Jayden Reese, 21, Mountain View, driving with no valid license
June 27
Lynsey Moberly, 26, Cabool, driving while intoxicated, fail to drive on right half of roadway, fail to show proof of insurance
June 28
Anna Kelly, 46, Birch Tree, stealing under $500
Calls for Service
June 21
Asst. Chief Stetson Schwien responded to Taco Bell for a verbal disturbance. Interviews with employees learned subjects in the restaurant had a dispute over a mobile order. The employees requested the subjects to be trespassed from the business.
Asst. Chief Schwien received a report of a suspicious subject attempting to enter a vehicle. The parties did not want to press charges.
Asst. Chief Schwien mediated a dispute between neighbors resulting in possible trespassing orders. 
Officer Alexis Johnson responded to a report of an assault. Interviews discovered that no assault took place.
Officers spoke to four individuals requesting information or assistance.
June 22
Asst. Chief Schwien responded to a dispute between neighbors. Both parties agreed to separate.
Cpt. Kaleb Berkshire removed debris from the roadway.
Off. James Wardrip assisted family members with a civil matter. 
Off. James Wardrip spoke with an individual regarding a property line issue.
Cpt. Berkshire responded to a verbal disturbance. He informed the parties of the twelve-hour rule.
Lt. Trenton Roberts received a request from West Plains Police for assistance in identifying a subject. He provided the information needed.
June 23
Officer Matthew Combs detained a subject for Howell County Sheriff’s Office.
Officers spoke to three individuals requesting assistance or information.
June 24
Officer Combs conducted a security check on a vehicle parked roadside on North Elm St.
Officer Combs completed a requested wellbeing check of a subject reportedly trapped in a house by a vicious dog. He discovered the dog belonged to the person inside the house.
Officer Combs assisted an individual claiming that property he received from a known person. The individual thought it could be booby trapped. The officer observed while the individual went through the property and found it safe.
Officer Combs responded to a business reporting an unattended young child in the store wearing only a diaper. He called the family services hotline, but the parents arrived before the worker did.
Officers responded to a commercial alarm. They found the building secure.
Off. First Class Kylie McGee responded to a business reporting a subject known for shoplifting had returned. The subject paid for items taken.
Off. First Class McGee assisted Howell County Sheriff’s Office with a child alone and in nothing but a diaper. They brought the child to the police department while contacting Children’s Division. Off. McGee checked the child’s home, but no one was there. It did not appear anyone had home for a while. The child is nonverbal and autistic. Family services arrived and went with officers to make contact with the parents. The parents were unaware the child had been missing for almost two hours. Family Services released the child to the parents and the mother came and picked the child up. They advised the mother that if they found the child alone again, charges will be pressed, and the children will be taken into state custody.
Off. First Class McGee conducted a wellbeing check.
Cpl. Israel Guidry started an investigation after employees of a phone company reporting unsettling images on a phone. 
June 25
Officer Combs informed citizens shooting off fireworks about city permits to do so.
Officer Combs assisted with a store requesting a person to be trespassed. 
Officer Dylan Cook began an investigation regarding a theft. 
Off. First Class McGee received a report of careless driving. Investigation found the incident to be a dispute among neighbors. 
Cpl. Guidry responded to a verbal dispute.
Officers spoke to four individuals requesting information or assistance and issued two traffic warnings.
July 26
Officer Cook took a report of missing or stolen medication.
Officers spoke to three individuals requesting information or assistance and issued two traffic warnings.
June 27
Officer Johnson conducted a security check of a vehicle parked at a business after closing hours.
Chief James Perkins received information from the golf course Supervisor of a break in and the golf cart barn. Multiple golf carts were ransacked, and items were missing from a few of the carts. The supervisor will contact each member to have them check for missing items so that can be reported.
Off. First Class McGee investigated a two vehicle non-injury accident. 
Chief Perkins received calls about an individual attempting to open car doors. He located an intoxicated individual who admitted to the reported actions. 
Officers spoke with three individuals requesting information or assistance and issued one traffic warning.
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