Mountain View Police Department

Citations
June 11
Donny Gall, 33, Mountain View, disorderly conduct
Jeremy Schulz , 28, Mountain View, failure to register vehicle
Claude Moore, 62, Mountain View, indecent exposure
June 12
Karan Bonkra, 27, Fresno, Calif., speeding 20-25 over
June 14
Denise Butler, 53, Willow Springs, driving while intoxicated
June 18
Michael Curtis, 48, Birch Tree, failure to register vehicle
Taylor Burton, 23, Mountain View, failure to register vehicle, failure to show proof of insurance
Michael Terrill, 49, Summersville, failure to register vehicle, failure to show proof of insurance
Tonya Bangs, 43, Mountain View, speeding 11-15 over, driving while license suspended or revoked
June 19
Jaden Melnick, 22, Kirksville, seatbelt violation
Kaylie Foster, 18, Birch Tree, failure to register vehicle
Kaitlyn White, 33, Hollister, property damage or vandalism (under $500)
June 20
Teressa Halstead, 55, Mountain View, assault – third degree
Rebeca McGeathy, 34, Mountain View, assault – third degree
Shania Jackson, 19, Poplar Bluff, seatbelt violation
 
Calls for Service
June 9
Officer Wardrip completed an outstanding warrant arrest.
Officer First Class Kylie McGee completed an outstanding warrant arrest.
Officers issued two traffic warnings.
June 10
Cpl. Israel Guidry responded to Oak Street for a report of a verbal disturbance. One party left with the children before officer arrival.
Cpl. Guidry completed a wellbeing check.
Officers spoke to five individuals requesting information or assistance and issued one traffic warning.
June 11
Officer Matthew Combs responded for a report of a theft. Investigation found the matter a disagreement between two individuals.
Officer Combs assisted a Howell County sheriff’s deputy with a traffic stop.
Off. First Class McGee responded to Walmart for a suspicious person yelling at customers. Investigation found the subject had been just released from the hospital and had walked over to Walmart to ask for a ride. Officers provided a ride.
Off. First Class McGee responded to E. Fourth St. for an individual walking around the cemetery. Interviews with the subject found them with a possible altered mental state. Officers connected the individual with family members.
An individual reported to Off. First Class McGee that they found a business open with the keys in the door and no one inside. Off. McGee made several attempts to contact the business owner with limited results.
Off. First Class McGee responded to Apple Market for suspicious activity. 
Off. First Class McGee completed a wellbeing check.
Off. First Class McGee responded to a report of an unwanted and possibly intoxicated person on the caller’s front porch. Investigation found an individual, who stated they were overheated and stopped to cool off. Off. McGee gave them a ride home.
Off. First Class McGee responded to a report of a disturbance at a business. Investigation found a subject trespassed from the business throwing things at the business door. She issued them a citation for disorderly conduct.
Off. First Class McGee responded to a disturbance. She calmed the situation and found the matter a disagreement over a civil issue.
Cpl. Guidry spoke to an individual reporting harassment.
Cpl. Guidry investigated a non-injury vehicle accident at McDonalds.
Cpl. Guidry completed a requested wellbeing check and found the subject had received harassing messages from the person requesting the check.
June 12
Officer Matthew Combs responded to a call of an individual outside with no clothing on. 
Officer Combs removed a deceased deer from the roadway.
Officer Combs responded to a call of an individual outside screaming. Investigation found the individual’s spouse deceased inside the house. Off. Combs assisted in calling the proper help for the individual.
Off. First Class McGee responded to the residence of the deceased individual for a report of violence from the spouse. Investigation found the subject intoxicated and waiting for a family member.
Off. First Class McGee investigated a non-injury vehicle accident.
Officers McGee and Johnson responded to a report of a juvenile making prank calls. They were unable to contact the parents at that time.
Officers issued three traffic warnings.
June 13
Officer Johnson responded to a report of a verbal disturbance. Both parties separated and agreed to remain apart.
Officers spoke to four individuals requesting information or assistance.
June 14
Asst. Chief Schwien received a request for a wellbeing check of an individual slumped over in a vehicle. He responded with EMS and found the subject intoxicated and unresponsive.
Officers spoke to six individuals requesting information or assistance and issued one traffic warning.
June 15
Officer Johnson secured the golf course gates.
Officer Wardrip conducted a safety check at the craft fair.
Officer Wardrip removed debris from the roadway.
Officer Wardrip conducted a safety check on two juveniles alone in a vehicle.
Cpt. Berkshire responded to a wellbeing request for a child that fell from the slide in the park. 
Officer Wardrip completed a wellbeing request where EMS transported the individual.
Cpt. Berkshire conducted a safety check on a pet left in a vehicle. 
Asst. Chief Schwien and Cpt. Berkshire responded to a report of a person concerned about the camera the neighbor pointed at their yard. Investigation found the owner of the camera within in their rights for the use of the camera.
Officers spoke to nine individuals requesting information or assistance and issued seven traffic warnings.
June 16
Cpt. Berkshire and Off. Scott responded to a wellbeing request of an individual parked roadside having mental or emotional issues. They calmed the individual and assured family would come get them.
Officer Wardrip assisted in getting a cow back inside the fence. 
Officer Combs responded to a possible domestic incident. Investigation found the call made by mistake by a juvenile.
June 17
Officer McGee removed debris from the roadway.
Cpl. Guidry received notice from the city pool staff that a parent noticed an individual taking photos of kids in the pool. Investigation found the individual seeking cell service and confirmed the line of sight was not into the pool area. 
Cpl. Guidry responded to Champ’s Fitness for a report of a disturbance involving a non-English speaking subject. With assistance of 911 and an interpreter, investigation found a couple involved in a dispute with a neighboring property gathering things to leave the area.
Officers spoke to eight individuals requesting information or assistance and issued one traffic warning.
June 18
Cpl. Guidry spoke with an individual claiming to be the victim of an assault. The individual refused to cooperate and refused to file charges.
Officers spoke to seven individuals requesting information or assistance.
June 19
Officer Combs responded for a report of a theft of a soda from the bed of a pickup truck. Camera review showed no evidence of the theft.
Officer Combs spoke with an individual reporting they were listed as missing. He passed the information to the agency that entered them as missing.
Off. First Class McGee responded to a report of an alarm. 
Off. First Class McGee spoke with an individual complaining the neighbor’s cat entered their property and ate birds. 
Cpl. Guidry removed debris from the roadway.
Officer Combs assisted with a trespassing issue.
Cpt. Berkshire spoke with an individual sitting roadside. He found them to be intoxicated and gave them a ride home.
Off. First Class McGee and Asst. Chief Schwien took possession of a firearm left by an individual in another person’s vehicle.
Officers spoke to three individuals requesting information or assistance and issued three traffic warnings.
June 20
Off. First Class McGee assisted Malone’s Motel with a trespassing issue.
Lt. Roberts assisted Malone’s Motel with a trespassing issue.
Officer Johnson assisted to get a cow back inside the fence.
Officers responded to a report of dogs attacking goats in a yard. They separated the animals and contacted the owners.
Lt. Roberts assisted the fire department with a fire.
Lt. Roberts completed a requested wellbeing check.
Officers spoke with five individuals requesting information or assistance and issued three traffic warnings.
 
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