Mountain View Police Department

November 4
Jesse Hite, Mountain View, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia amphetamine or methamphetamine, and possession of controlled substance of 35 grams or less of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoid
November 6
Shaakir K Steward, Mountain View, failure to register motor vehicle or trailer annually with director of revenue
November 7
Braxton James Dale Brashers, Mountain View, exceeding the posted speed limit
Zachary Tyler Williams, Bella Vista, Ark., failure to register motor vehicle or trailer annually with director of revenue
Eric Sherman, Mountain View, driving while revoked or suspended and failure to obey stop sign
November 2
William D Osborn, 29, West Plains, DWI
Kara Croon, 36, Minneapolis, Minn., DWI, operated a motor vehicle in a careless and imprudent manner involving an accident, and resisting or interfering with arrest, detention, or stop
November 5
The police department received a report of stealing at the West Plains Bank on North Elm St. 
Calls for Service
November 4
Officer Timothy Gordon responded to East James St. for a report of a 911 hang-up call. The call was accidental. 
November 5
Officer Gordon responded to East Fourth St. for a report of an elderly individual who had fallen, but did not have injuries. The officer assisted the individual. 
A woman requested police assistance to observe her retrieve property from another residence.  Corporal Trenton Roberts informed the woman that this is not a service of the police department, and the address was outside of city limits.  
A man came to the police department to report his checks had been stolen.  Corporal Roberts provided a complaint form and took the copies of the stolen checks that were provided by the man. 
A man called the police department and requested Corporal Roberts speak to another individual and ask them to stop calling the reporting party.  Corporal Roberts recommended that he speak directly to the harassing party. 
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to Vine St. for a report of a burglary.  He took photos and provided a statement form to the reporting party. 
A man came to the police department to claim a deer that had been hit on the highway.  The animal was inspected, and the man was issued a disposal receipt. 
November 6
Officer Gordon responded to Malone’s Motel for a report of a domestic disturbance with people yelling and screaming.  When Officer Gordon arrived, the parties involved had already left. 
A woman reported to Officer Dawnesha Scott that her neighbor had been harassing her.  
A woman called the police department to report someone had broken into her house and trashed it.  Officer Scott provided the woman with a complaint form.
November 8
Officer Lisa Noble was dispatched to Delp Rd. to assist an ambulance with the door key for the senior living facility.  
A man reported to Officer Noble that a man had been aggressive with him in the parking lot, making racial slurs.  Officer Noble spoke with the other man and the reporting party did not want to file a report.
A Walmart employee reported to Officer Noble that an older man had been driving a tan SUV asking people for money.  Officer Noble did not find a tan SUV in the area.

Howell County News

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Willow Springs, MO 65793

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