Mountain View Police Department

January 8
Jessie Cook, 27, Mountain View, DWI, habitual, second or subsequent violation
January 9
Brian Oimoen, 39, Mountain View, failure to register a motor vehicle
January 4
Floyd Peterson, Aurora, Mo., failure to obey stop sign
January 6
Devin Ridgley, Walluka, Hawaii, exceeded the posted speed limit by 11-15 mph over
Tina McClanahan, Mounds, Okl., exceeded the posted speed limit by 11-15 mph over
January 10
Dalton Brooks, Willow Springs, failure to register motor vehicle
Calls for Service
January 7
Corporal Trenton Roberts was dispatched to Park Dr. regarding a report of a dog outside without shelter. The area was checked and no such animal was located. 
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to East Second St. for a report of an individual possibly tampering with vehicles. The subject left before the officer arrived and was unable to be located. 
January 8
A man came into the police department to inquire whether his wallet had been turned in. It was not at MVPD, but it had been turned in to the Highway Patrol. The cooperating agency agreed to mail the wallet back to the party. 
Officer Timothy Gordon responded to an address on Woolsey Avenue for a report of a subject knocking on the reporting party’s door before leaving in a vehicle. Officer Gordon patrolled the area, but was unable to locate the subject. The officer spoke to the caller and advised them to call the police again immediately if the subject returned. 
Officer Gordon stopped at Signal to help a motorist jump start their vehicle. 
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to Casey’s to speak with a woman who had found a dog. The caller had already spoken to animal control, and the dog was placed in the city dog pound. 
Officer Lisa Noble responded to a report of a possibly intoxicated woman crawling on the ground on East James St. The officer made contact with the woman, and she was not drunk. 
Corporal Roberts was contacted by a woman who wanted an update on a possible animal abuse report. The caller was advised the animal was not being abused and was receiving more than adequate care. 
January 9
Officer Noble responded to a report of an abandoned vehicle left in a driveway on James St. The caller did not know to whom it belonged. The vehicle was towed from the residence. 
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to an address on Ward St. to assist with a man having seizures. The subject was transported from the scene by EMS. 
January 10
Corporal Roberts spoke to a woman who returned a dog she rescued and in doing so got into an argument with the dog’s owner. 
Corporal Roberts took a phone call from a mother who advised she had given permission to pick up her child. The woman anticipated the father to possibly complain about the change. 
January 4
Officers responded to a traffic accident at US Highway 60 and Elm Streets. A motorist was cited for failure to obey a stop sign. 
January 5
Officer responded to a report of harassment on Belmont St.
January 8
The department received a complaint of a vehicle break-in on North Ash St. 
January 9
The department received a report of a theft on East Seventh St.

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