Mountain View Police Department

Citations
May 18
Logan Watson , 25, Mexico, failure to display state plates
May 19
Christopher Rose, 41, Winona, failure to show proof of insurance, driving while suspended or revoked, failure to register vehicle
Maria Wilson, 23, Mountain View, assault – third degree
May 20
Kenyon Millard, 58, Mountain View, dog at large, vicious dog
Teresa Ripko, 31, Mountain View, dog at large
May 23
Rebeca McGeathy, 34, Mountain View, assault – third degree (two counts)
Amanda Crane, Mountain View, animal vaccination
Justin Ripko, 26, Mountain View, animal vaccination
May 24
Alhada Lilo, 26, Columbus, Ohio, speeding 31-35 over
Ryan Lee, 31, Mountain View, dog at large
Jordan Lee, 23, West Plains, stealing under $500
Jesse Ray, 37, West Plains, fail to use turn signal, driving while intoxicated
Austin Shears, 22, Billings, speeding 20-25 over, careless and imprudent driving
May 25
Juvenile, 17, Birch Tree, failure to register vehicle
Jeremy Fullerton, 43, Birch Tree, possession of open container
Teresa Patterson, 44, Mountain View, failure to show proof of insurance, failure to use turn signal
May 29
Ryan Pettitt, 28, West Plains, careless and imprudent driving, resisting arrest, driving with no valid license
June 3
Aaron Schulte , 44, Mountain View, leaving the scene of an accident
 
Calls for Service
May 17
Officer First Class Kylie McGee conducted a security check of the golf course and found open doors. She secured the property.
Sgt. Kaleb Berkshire conducted an investigation of stealing from the outreach center. He could not identify the subject involved.
Sgt. Berkshire checked on a subject walking on the roadway and advised them to stay to the side and out of traffic.
Sgt. Berkshire conducted a safety check on two juveniles riding dirt bikes on the roadway. He spoke to the parents, advising them to keep the children off the roadway.
Officer Alexis Johnson responded to Sharp St. for a property dispute with one party stating the other pulled a gun and made threats.
Officer Johnson completed a requested wellbeing check on a subject threatening self-harm.
Officers spoke to four individuals requesting information or assistance and issued four traffic warnings.
May 18
Officer Matthew Combs assisted Howell County Sheriff’s Office with a traffic stop.
Officer Combs checked the golf course.
Officer Johnson conducted a traffic stop with a driver who was unable to provide insurance. The driver called a family member to bring the proof of insurance. The family member arrived in an intoxicated condition. Officers arrested the individual for driving while intoxicated. 
Officers spoke to four individuals requesting information or assistance and issued two traffic warnings.
May 19
Officer Johnson responded to a report of a fight. Investigation found one individual involved had an active warrant.
Cpl. Israel Guidry received information regarding an individual driving another person’s car with the intent to blow it up while allegedly in possession of illegal drugs.
Cpl. Guidry assisted the children’s division.
Cpl. Guidry received a request from- family services to contact a family.
Officer Johnson received notice of property damage to the house in the park. She located minimal damage to a window.
Officer Johnson responded to Signal for a report of a fight. All parties agreed to leave the area.
Officers spoke to eight individuals requesting information or assistance and issued five traffic warnings. 
May 20
Cpl. Guidry spoke to an individual regarding a complaint of harassment.
Cpl. Guidry responded to a report of a disturbance. The individual left the area.
Cpl. Guidry investigated a report of children shooting fireworks.
Asst. Chief Stetson Schwien responded to Sharp Street for a wellbeing check. The individual requested to be transferred to the hospital for psychiatric care.
Officers spoke to four individuals requesting information or assistance.
May 21
Asst. Chief Schwien received a request from Howell County Sheriff’s Office for assistance on a stealing case. 
Asst. Chief Schwien investigated a report of a subject looking into vehicles.
Officer Combs responded to a vehicle accident. EMS transported one for injuries.
Cpl. Guidry investigated a report of juveniles fighting in the park. He found no evidence of any fight.
Officers spoke to four individuals requesting information or assistance.
May 22
Officers removed debris from the roadway.
Off. First Class McGee spoke with the driver of a bus parked at E Fifth and Bay Streets. She provided assistance and directions.
Officers spoke to five individuals requesting information or assistance.
May 23
Off. First Class McGee conducted building checks on W. First St. and located an open door. She cleared the building and found nothing out of place.
Officers took a report of stealing.
Asst. Chief Schwien passed information of an abandoned vehicle to Howell County Sheriff’s Office.
Asst. Chief Schwien responded to Walmart for a report of an individual using a counterfeit bill.
Asst. Chief Schwien assisted EMS with a medical call. 
Officers responded to Mercy ER for an out-of-control patient.
Officers spoke to two individuals requesting information or assistance.
May 24
Asst. Chief Schwien received a wellbeing request to check on two children who were playing in the roadway on W. Fourth St. He found the children inside upon arrival. 
Asst. Chief Schwien responded to Lazy C’s for a possible electrical fire. They found no signs of fire.
Asst. Chief Schwien responded to a local hotel for a verbal dispute. He deescalated the situation and the party left the business.
Asst. Chief Schwien began an investigation of a reported burglary.
May 25
Sgt. Berkshire responded to a report of a trespassed person on the property. The subject left before he arrived. He will view security camera footage to confirm the incident.
Sgt. Berkshire received a complaint of a domestic assault that took place in Shannon County. He relayed the information to Shannon County Sheriff’s Office, but found the reporting parties uncooperative. 
Asst. Chief Schwien assisted Shannon County Sheriff’s Office in contacting a subject regarding a theft from their jurisdiction. 
Asst. Chief Schwien began an investigation of a hit-and-run vehicle accident at Signal. 
Sgt. Berkshire assisted Shannon County Sheriff’s Office with locating an individual.
Officer Combs received a report of an assault. The case will be referred to a supervisor.
Sgt. Berkshire investigated a report of an adult assaulting a juvenile. All information will be forwarded to the Children’s Division.
Officers spoke with seven individuals requesting information or assistance and issued four traffic warnings.
May 26
Sgt. Berkshire received a report of a possible violation of a court order. The information gathered will be forwarded to the Howell County Prosecutor's Office.
Officer Combs responded to a life alert bracelet going off. Investigation found the homeowner at church and in no distress.
Officer Combes received notice from 911 of a tornado warning for the city of Mountain View. Officials set off the storm sirens and opened the emergency shelter.
Asst. Chief Schwien responded to a tree across the roadway on W. Second street and provided traffic control until the arrival of city crews.
Asst. Chief Schwien received a report from an individual of theft by credit card. 
Asst. Chief Schwien responded to East Fifth St to assist EMS with a medical call.
May 27
Approximately 72 calls were received on the police phone line for storm-related information. The majority of calls included reporting power outages. The station received multiple calls with people asking if/where they could help clean up. The station also received calls asking for wellbeing checks and agency assists. 
Off. First Class McGee received a request for wellbeing checks on multiple children in a house with reported drug use. She contacted the children, but not the parents. She questioned neighbors and received information of the allegedly common practice of the parents to leave their children alone for hours. Off. McGee will forward a report to the Children’s Division. The mother later stated to Off. McGee she left the children home alone to go to a job interview.  
May 28
Off. First Class McGee attempted to check the wellbeing of an individual asleep at the gas pumps at Signal. During the interaction, the individual pretended to look for their identification and drove off erratically, traveling at speeds over 120 mph on Highway 60. Officers terminated the pursuit at the high school and notified the Shannon County Sheriff’s Office of the vehicle.
Asst. Chief Schwien attempted to contact the owner of a trailer with damage from a tree and found downed power lines. He reported the lines to the city electrical supervisor.
Off. First Class McGee received information about the garage door at Brown’s Farm and Garden being left open. She secured the building.
Off. First Class McGee responded to the area of E. Fifth and Maple Street for heavy smoke. She searched with firefighters for the origin and concluded the cause to be a slow burn on Maple and E. First Street.
Officers spoke to six individuals requesting information or assistance.
May 29
Off. First Class McGee received a wellbeing request and found the individual fine. The requesting party arrived, and the situation escalated. Off. McGee investigated the claims made and helped calm everyone down.
Officers assisted Howell-Oregon Electric with traffic control.
Off. First Class McGee responded to a residence on Kaitlin Drive for a wellbeing check. She asked the individual to call the concerned family member.
Off. First Class McGee assisted a parent with a juvenile problem
Off. First Class McGee responded to S&S Recycling for a report of a stolen vehicle.
Officers spoke to fourteen individuals requesting information or assistance and issued one traffic warning.
May 30
Off. First Class McGee conducted a security check on a vehicle driving slowly through the Southern Baptist University parking lot.
Officers responded to a domestic disturbance call.
Asst. Chief Schwien assisted Children’s Division in an ongoing case.
Asst. Chief Schwien arrested one individual for an assault.
Officers spoke to two individuals requesting information or assistance.
May 31
Officers spoke to three individuals requesting information or assistance and issued two traffic warnings.
June 1
Asst. Chief Schwien responded with Children’s Division to an address on E. James St. for a child endangerment investigation. The case is under investigation.
Asst. Chief Schwien responded to the area of Casey’s for a verbal domestic dispute. Interviews found the suspect made threats of harm and left the area on foot. Howell County Deputies assisted in locating the subject and determined no threats were made. The matter is under investigation.
While on patrol Asst. Chief Schwien located a stranded motorist at Hwy 60 and E. Fifth St. A driver from out of the area had blown a tire and did not have a spare. He assisted the driver with obtaining a new tire and getting back on the road.
Chief Perkins received a report of a stolen vehicle.
Officers spoke to six individuals requesting information or assistance. 
June 2
Asst. Chief Schwien received a request for assistance from EMS and the fire department for help in gaining entry to a hotel room for a medical call. 
Asst. Chief Schwien received information regarding a recovered stolen vehicle in Wright County.
Officers spoke with three individuals requesting information or assistance and issued four traffic warnings.
June 3
Off. First Class McGee checked on an individual slouched over in Veteran’s Park. They stated they were fine and only taking a nap.
Off. First Class McGee investigated a minor vehicle accident.
Off. First Class McGee spoke with an intoxicated individual reporting on circumstances outside of city limits. Howell County Sheriff’s Office spoke with the individual, but due to the level of intoxication, could not obtain information.
Officers spoke with four individuals requesting information or assistance and issued one traffic warning.
June 4
Officers responded to a report of an individual who fell in the park. They found the individual intoxicated. The subject admitted to driving to the park. Officers took them into custody.
Off. First Class McGee responded to Signal for a report of an unwanted person in a vehicle. After the subject left the vehicle, officers were called back as the subject had returned to the vehicle and again refused to leave.
Officers spoke to five individuals requesting information or assistance and issued twenty nuisance ordinance warnings or door hangers.
June 5
Officers spoke to four individuals requesting information or assistance and issued three traffic warnings.
June 6
Officers received a report of a previous sexual assault. The case is under investigation.
Off. First Class McGee arrested a subject at the conclusion of an investigation.
Off. First Class McGee received a report of a dog bite.
Officers responded to a report of a fight.
Officers spoke to four individuals requesting information or assistance and issued four traffic warnings.
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