Mountain View Police Department

May 18-24
May 22
Dustin Edward Fisher, 35, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Calls for Service 
May 18
Mercy ER reported that a man was screaming at other people when he left the ER. A well-being check was requested, but the male subject was not located. 
May 19
A male subject who had left Mercy ER had returned to the property and refused to leave. The man was taken into custody after becoming disruptive, and was placed on a protective hold at the Howell County Sheriff’s Office. 
May 21
A woman called about a situation she was having. The woman was advised that the situation was a civil matter. 
A call was received about a pig running loose on West Second. When officers arrived, the owners were already on the scene, leading the animal back home. 
May 22
A call was received about a gunshot wound to the hand. 
A caller reported an individual refusing to leave a residence on Belmont. 
A noise complaint was received from Deboard Drive. Another report for loud music was received from East James Street. 
May 23
A caller reported possible drug activity on East James. No drug activity was found at the residence. 
Mercy St. Francis called 911 to ask if the runway lights were on at the airport, as they were expecting a plane. They were advised that planes have a frequency that turns on the lights automatically. 
Howell County Sheriff’s Office requested that officers be on watch for a suicidal and intoxicated driver. The driver was later located by the Howell County Sheriff’s Office. 
A gate and two shed doors were reported left open at the Mountain View Municipal Golf Course. The course manager was advised. 
May 24
A woman called to request assistance, stating that she was feelings suicidal. She was transported by ambulance.

Howell County News

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

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