Mountain View Police Department
Wed, 12/02/2020 - 11:25am admin
Derald Kelly, Birch Tree, exceeding the posted speed limit
Derrick Goins, Springfield, Mo., failure to register motor vehicle or trailer annually with director of revenue
Heather Herren, Birch Tree, failure to register motor vehicle or trailer annually with director of revenue
James A Chitwood, Birch Tree, failure to register motor vehicle or trailer annually with director of revenue
Nathan D Smith, 26, Mountain View, Mo., driving while revoked or suspended, second or subsequent offense
Diane Elaine Biring, 57, Van Buren, Mo., possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoid, ten grams or less
Calls for Service
Officer Timothy Gordon noticed an open door on the golf course shed. He checked the building and secured the door.
Officer Gordon responded to East James St. for a report of an individual who had cut themself and barricaded the door. When the officer arrived, he attempted to make contact with the individual. During their conversation, the officer noticed the subject had minor cuts, and the individual seemed very distraught and was acting suicidal. The individual was taken into custody and transported to West Plains for a 96-hour hold.
An individual walked into the police department and reported they were being followed. Officer Gordon spoke with the individual about the situation and provided a form for them to fill out.
Officer Gordon responded to the Walmart parking lot for a report of a vehicle running with someone asleep inside. Officer Gordon spoke with the individual in the vehicle and discovered they had a warrant for their arrest. The individual was placed into custody and transported to Howell County Jail.
A woman came into the police department to inquire about the Shop with a Cop program. The woman was informed that the applications are at the West Plains Police Department.
Corporal Trenton Roberts was dispatched to an alley on West First St. behind the Sunshine Market for a report of suspicious activity. Corporal Roberts located individuals in the alley and he asked them to leave the property.
A man spoke with Corporal Roberts regarding a theft of soda. The man wanted to fill out a complaint form and was informed that he could come by the police department any time to do so.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to Harrison St. for a report of a break in of a shed. Corporal Roberts found the shed was not broken into but some items that did not belong to the homeowner was left near the shed.