Mountain View Police Department

Citations
March 8
Coral Counts, 30, Mountain View, failure to register vehicle
Richard Bateman, 45, Norton, Va., speeding 16-19 over
March 10
William Teubert, 39, West Plains, driving while intoxicated, driving while revoked
March 14
Kirkland Craven, 23, Pelion, S.C., seatbelt violation
March 15
Jessica Carey, 48, Mountain View, trespassing
Anthony Phillips, 34, Peace Valley, trespassing
Levi Hood, 24, Winona, failure to display state plates
March 16
Timothy Quinn, 41, Eminence, seatbelt violation
Christopher Ellett, 42, Mountain View, driving without a valid license, ATV violations, failure to register vehicle
March 17
Juvenile, 17, Mountain View, speeding 11-15 over
James Randolph, 18, Mountain View, expired plates
March 18
Deanna Stallsworth, 41, Mountain View, fail to display plates
Amber Bradshaw, 37, Mountain View, seatbelt violation
Stephanie Coen, 27, Mountain View, failure to obey stop sign
March 19
Brian Hamm, 49, San Antonio, Tex., speeding 20-25 over
March 20
Kimberly Henry, 53, Mountain View, seatbelt violation
Marcus Antrim, 23, Mountain View, seatbelt violation
Judith Mohesky, 77, Mountain View, failure to use turn signal
Samantha Young, 30, Mountain View, failure to register vehicle, failure to use two headlights, seatbelt violation
Midnight Andrews, 30, Mountain View, seatbelt violation
March 21
Bayli Howard, 29, Archer, Fla., speeding 11-15 over
Bobby Labbee, 47, Willow Springs, failure to display plates
Stacy Ringel, 34, Mountain View, failure to display state plates
Steven Gaw, 36, Mountain View, seatbelt violation
Karen Gaddy, 68, Mountain View, seatbelt violation
Kristina Killion, 28, Mountain View, driving while license suspended
 
Calls for Service
March 8
Off. First Class Kylie McGee spoke to an individual reporting threats regarding their children. In an interview, the subject denied making the threats. 
Sgt. Kaleb Berkshire conducted paper service delivering council packets.
Off. First Class McGee took a report of property damage.
Officers issued two traffic warnings.
March 9
Officer Alexis Johnson spoke to an individual reporting a domestic situation. The parties separated before officer arrival.
Sgt. Berkshire responded to a verbal domestic. The parents relayed they yelled at a child that left the residence. Officers advised them to stay calm for the night.
Sgt. Berkshire conducted a safety check of a controlled burn.
Off. First Class McGee responded to a domestic situation. The parties separated for the night.
Off. First Class McGee conducted a security check on an open business.
Officers spoke with five individuals requesting information or assistance and issued six traffic warnings.
March 10
Officer Johnson conducted a safety check on a disabled vehicle. 
Officer Johnson responded to a fight at Walmart.
Off. First Class McGee received a call of a juvenile running through the Walmart parking lot who had almost been hit multiple times. They told the juvenile to stay near the vehicle because people are unable to see him.
Officers spoke to two individuals requesting information and assistance and issued four traffic warnings.
March 11
Officer Johnson responded to a domestic incident. Both parties separated for the night.
Officer Johnson conducted a safety check on an individual sleeping in a vehicle.
Officer Johnson responded to a report of a suspicious individual at a residence.
Officer Johnson arrested and released a subject from a domestic assault.
Officer Johnson responded to a report of an intoxicated driver.
Officer. Johnson conducted a security check on individuals in an abandoned vehicle.
Lt. Trenton Roberts responded to a report of a juvenile attacking a parent. They arrested the juvenile and contacted the juvenile office.
Lt. Roberts responded to an unconscious person. He found the individual intoxicated.
Cpl. Israel Guidry spoke to an individual reporting a domestic incident.
Officers spoke to two individuals requesting information. 
March 12
Lt. Roberts assisted with traffic control for the electric department.
Officer Wardrip checked on a disabled vehicle. The driver did not need assistance.
Officer Wardrip responded to Brown’s Farm and Garden for a report of a stolen U-Haul truck.
Officer Wardrip conducted a safety check on a controlled burn.
Officer Wardrip responded to a report of unwanted individuals at a residence. They were advised of the 12-hour rule.
Cpl. Guidry assisted in trespassing an individual from a residence.
Officers spoke to two individuals requesting assistance or information and issued two traffic warnings.
March 13
Officer Combs responded to an individual refusing to leave a business at closing time. He spoke to the individual and told them to leave.
Officer Combs received a report of vehicles racing. He did not locate them.
Officer Combs responded to a report of a domestic. The reporting party reporting being unsure of the location of the fight. He spoke to the neighbors who admitted to a verbal argument. 
Chief James Perkins received notice of a 2-year-old child in the neighbor’s yard. He returned the child home and found the mother asleep.
Cpl. Guidry took a report of stolen license plates.
Cpl. Guidry assisted with a non-injury vehicle accident.
Cpl. Guidry took a juvenile into custody and contacted the juvenile office.
Officers spoke to three individuals requesting assistance or information.
March 14
Officer Combs assisted EMS with a medical call.
Officer Combs responded to a verbal argument between neighbors about a car alarm.
Officer Combs took a report of a physical attack.
Officer Combs took a request from Behavior Services for a wellbeing check at a residence due to a subject reporting they had tried to kill themselves.
Officers spoke with six individuals requesting information or assistance. 
March 15
Asst. Chief Stetson Schwien responded to a report of a burglary.
Off. First Class Kylie McGee spoke to Department of Social Services regarding a protected person and where they would stay locally.
Off. First Class McGee responded to Walgreens for a subject causing a disturbance. They trespassed the subject from the store.
Off. First Class McGee responded to the soccer field for a report of an individual driving with a revoked license with children in the vehicle. She located the subject outside the vehicle, and they called another to drive them home.
Officers spoke to two individuals requesting information or assistance and issued one traffic warning.
March 16
Off. First Class McGee conducted a wellbeing check on an individual. 
Off. First Class McGee responded to a report of a vehicle accident involving a deer. The vehicle could not be located.
Off. First Class McGee stayed with a patient experiencing distress until EMS arrived.
Off. First Class McGee conducted a safety check of several vehicles in a church parking lot. Interviews found drivers waiting for the church bus to return from a concert.
Off. First Class McGee received a report of loud music from Maplewood Court. She found an individual washing a vehicle who stated they had played the music but turned it off.
Off. First Class McGee responded to three separate nuisance violations to advise them on city clean up information.
Officers spoke to six individuals requesting information or assistance and issued one traffic warning.
March 17
Off. First Class McGee responded to two separate nuisance violations to advise them on city clean up information.
Off. First Class McGee responded to Jackson Street for a sick raccoon and dispatched the animal.
Off. First Class McGee responded to McDonald’s for a domestic disturbance.
Officers spoke to three individuals requesting information or assistance and issued five traffic warnings.
March 18
Lt. Trenton Roberts investigated a serious accident at city limits. 
Cpl. Israel Guidry conducted paper service for the municipal court.
Cpl. Guidry responded to the hospital for a report of a possibly violent patient.
Officers spoke to two individuals requesting information or assistance and issued two traffic warnings.
March 19
Chief James Perkins investigated a non-injury vehicle accident.
Cpl. Guidry assisted EMS with a medical call.
Cpl. Guidry responded to a possible overdose. EMS transported the subject.
Cpl. Guidry responded to a vehicle accident north of city limits. He stayed with the patient until EMS and responding agencies arrived.
Officers spoke to two individuals requesting information or assistance and issued one traffic warning.
March 20
Cpl. Guidry spoke to a juvenile regarding the improper use of emergency phone lines.
Officer Wardrip conducted a wellbeing check on an individual but did not locate them. Asst. Chief Schwien offered information that the individual passed away.
Officers spoke to eleven individuals requesting information or assistance and issued three traffic warnings.
March 21
Off. Combs assisted a Howell County Deputy on a traffic stop.
Chief Perkins conducted a wellbeing check on an individual and found them okay.
Officer Wardrip removed debris from the roadway.
Officers spoke to two individuals requesting information or assistance and issued eight traffic warnings.
 
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