Mountain View Police Department

January 14
Ruth Landrigan, Bunker, Mo., possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoid of ten grams or less, and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia
January 11
Brittany Williams, Mountain View, failure to show proof of insurance and displayed or possessed motor vehicle plates of another
January 13
Hannah Jester, Mountain View, failure to register motor vehicle
The police department responded to a report of stealing on US Highway 60.
Calls for Service
January 11
Officer Gregory Abney was called to the emergency room at Mercy Hospital for a report of a dog bite. A three-year-old was bitten by a puppy while playing with the dog. No criminal action was taken. 
Officer Lisa Noble responded to a report of a disturbance on Fifth St. A man was beating on the door of a residence. The reporting party wanted the subject removed. The same caller reported later in the night that the subject returned and was knocking on the door again. Officer Noble returned, but the subject was again gone on arrival. 
January 14
Officer Timothy Gordon responded to Honeysuckle Inn for a report of a vehicle driving donuts and doing burnouts in the parking lot of Anchor across the street. The reporting party did not want to press charges. 
Officer Gordon checked the wellbeing of a resident at the Valley View apartments. 
January 16
A reporting party called regarding two suspicious males walking around vehicles on Kaitlyn Dr. Officer Noble responded and patrolled the area, but was unable to locate the subjects.

Howell County News

110 W. Main St.,
Willow Springs, MO 65793

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