Mountain View Police
Wed, 01/12/2022 - 11:15am admin
Danny Boyer, 59, Salem, failure to display state license plates.
Brady Bradley, 42, Tulsa, Ok., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Philip DiMarco, 24, Willow Springs, possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoid.
Tracy Grogan, 34, Birch Tree, seatbelt violation.
Steven Gaw, 34, Mountain View, driving while revoked/suspended, failure to register a motor vehicle.
Riley Pickard, 19, Mountain View, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Kimberly Stephens, 48, Mountain View, lighting violation.
Garrett Parkhurst, 26, Mountain View, seatbelt violation.
Danielle Stark, 37, Springfield, lighting violation.
Marla Ritchie, 21, Ozark, failure to drive on the right side of the roadway.
Jeffery Akins, 21, Mountain View, no valid operator license, possession of open container.
Jeremiah Hugg, 43, Birch Tree, driving while revoked/suspended, failure to register a motor vehicle, other plates prohibited.
Jon Little, 33, Mountain View, driving while revoked/suspended.
Cherie Chitwood, 60, Branson, failure to register a motor vehicle.
Jon Little, 33, Mountain View, failure to register a motor vehicle, driving while revoked/suspended.
Adam McVicker, 37, Birch Tree, lighting violation.
Aleksandra Pavlova, 36, Ozark, failure to drive on the right side of the roadway.
Nile Durbin, 25, Houston, failure to register a motor vehicle.
Dakota Shockley, 22, Summersville, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Calls for Service
The Missouri State Highway Patrol requested a residence be checked for a missing juvenile from Houston. The juvenile was not found at the residence.
Family services asked for assistance on a home visit. Assistance was provided.
A caller was trying to find information on a family member that they believed had been arrested. It was determined that the family member had been arrested in Arkansas.
A van was observed with a door left open on Delp Road. No contact was able to be made with the owner of the vehicle. The door was closed, and a note was left for the vehicle owner.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol called for a warrant confirmation. The warrant was confirmed.
Assistance was given to the Willow Springs Police Department on a warrant confirmation.
Raccoons were reported causing damage inside a home on West 3rd.
A well-being check was made on West 3rd Street. The resident of the home stated that she was fine.
A well-being check was requested on Delp Road. The occupant of the home stated that they were fine and had just off the phone.
Advice was given to a caller who reported being harassed by someone that they have a protection order against.
A well-being check was made at an apartment on James Street. The subject appeared to not be home.
Extra patrol was requested on East 3rd Street.
Multiple calls were received about a water station pump not working. The water department was contacted.
Loose dogs were reported on 1st Street, getting into trash. The dogs were secured, and the owner was contacted.
A three-vehicle accident was reported in the McDonald’s drive-thru line. There were no injuries.
A caller reported that they were trying to collect the belongings of their late father, and that they were having trouble with the landlord of the property. An arrangement was reached with both parties.
Information was taken on suspects responsible for property damage on Ridgeway Drive. The investigation continues.
Information was provided that a missing person from out of state had been located.
A two-vehicle accident was reported at the intersection of U.S. Highway 60 and Pine. There were no injuries.
A concerned caller reported an older male walking along 5th Street who appeared to be stumbling. The man could not be located.
A suicidal juvenile was reported on West 2nd Street. The juvenile was taken by EMS to the hospital.
A man called with child custody questions. Information was provided.
An alarm was activated at Dave’s Auto on 5th Street. A key holder was contacted, and the building was secured.
A call was received regarding a juvenile case.