Mountain View Police Department
Wed, 02/10/2021 - 1:50pm admin
Hailey Youngblood, Mountain View, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia
Cory Acklin, Mountain View, displayed or possessed motor vehicle plates of another, operated vehicle on a highway without a valid license, and failure to register motor vehicle annually
Tyler Prewett, Winona, stealing, value less than $150
Michelle Mckee, Summersville, failure to obey stop sign
Taylor Burton, Mountain View, failure to register motor vehicle annually
Teresa Patterson, Mountain View, failure to register motor vehicle annually
Joni Ray, Archie, Mo., dog at large
Officers responded to a domestic assault on Deer Park Lane. The subject was a prior offender.
Officers responded to a report of property damage at a business on W. Second St.
The department received a report of a stolen vehicle on Walnut St.
Officers received a complaint of a stolen cell phone from a parking lot on W. US Highway 60.
Calls for Service
Officer Lisa Noble responded to a report of a possible burglary at Taco Bell. On scene, there was nothing out of the ordinary.
Officer Noble responded to a report of a car alarm behind the apartments at N. Marr and Fifth Sts. A male subject was found on the ground beside the car. He was taken by EMS to Mercy.
Officer Timothy Gordon responded to Bay St. for a report of a male subject making threats. On scene, the officer spoke with both parties. The subject was trespassed from the property and advised not to return.
Officer Dawnesha Scott performed a wellbeing check on a man on County Road 3670. The subject was fine, and no action was required.
Officer Scott responded to Mann St. to check the wellbeing of a tenant. The landlord called the police department to report the subject was on the floor in the apartment. The officer assisted EMS at the scene.
Officer Gordon responded to W. Second St. for a report of intoxicated individuals arguing and disturbing other tenants. The officer made contact with the subjects and warned them they would receive citations if they continued to cause a disturbance. They agreed to stop arguing.
Officer Gordon took a call concerning a careless and imprudent driver on US Highway 60. Prior to the officer’s arrival, the reporting party called back and reported the vehicle was already outside city limits.
Officer Gordon responded to a report of a vehicle that had no tail lights. The reporting party indicated the vehicle had pulled into the West Plains Bank parking lot. Officer Gordon made contact with the driver, but found the vehicle to have appropriately working tail lights.
Tenants on Belmont St. complained that a neighbor was harassing them. Officer Noble responded.
Corporal Trenton Roberts was dispatched to the 300 block of W. First St. for a vehicle crash. A crash report was generated.
Officer Noble responded to an alarm at Walmart’s automotive entry door. The building was secure.
A reporting party called the police department about a party and several vehicles on Belmont St. Officer Noble responded.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to check the wellbeing of an individual on Belmont St. Contact was made with the resident.