Mountain View Police Department

February 3
Derrick Zitter, Mountain View, failure to register motor vehicle, displayed the vehicle plates of another, driving while revoked/suspended, seat belt violation, two outstanding warrants from Willow Springs Police Department, and two outstanding warrants from Shannon County Sheriff’s Office
February 4
Steven Bradshaw, Birch Tree, driving while revoked/suspended, second or subsequent offense, and, failure to register motor vehicle, and failure to show proof of insurance
February 6
Eric Brooks, Mountain View, failed to drive on right half of roadway, operated vehicle in a careless and imprudent manner, driving while intoxicated, and exceeded the posted speed limit by 6 to 19 mph
February 1
Brian Stephens, Mountain View, failure to obey stop sign and driving while revoked, first offense
February 3
Jerrica Finley, Mountain View, seat belt violation
February 4
Amanda Meshberger, Mountain View, failure to show proof of insurance
February 5
Wilfred Pierce, Birch Tree, charges undisclosed
Jason Ellingsworth, Aurora, Mo., exceeding the posted speed limit by 16-19mph
February 6
Suzanne Lyons, Success, Mo., exceeding the posted speed limit by 11 to 15 mph
February 3
Officers took a report of a hit-and-run accident at Mercy Hospital. 
February 6
The department took a report of a stolen firearm.
Calls for Service
February 1
A man came into the police station to complete a statement form regarding an auto repair business allegedly damaging his vehicle. 
February 2
Officer Gregory Abney responded to a non-injury motor vehicle accident at First and Elm Streets. 
Officer Lisa Noble took a call from a citizen who wanted to speak to an officer about a gun she had received as a gift. 
February 3
Officer Timothy Gordon responded to E. James St. for a report of a suspicious person walking down the road. The officer searched the area, but was unable to locate anyone matching the description given by the reporting party. 
February 4
Officer Gordon responded to Godfather’s Pizza for a report of a vehicle that struck the building. The officer took information for a report and issued a citation.
Officer Gordon assisted Missouri State Highway Patrol with a vehicle search involving multiple occupants. 
Officer Gordon responded to an address on E. James St. following a hang-up call that reported an assault. On the scene, the officer spoke to the parties and found that no one wished to press charges. The reporting party gathered her belongings and left the premises. 
February 6
Officer Gordon responded to an address on Ridgeway Dr. after receiving a report of a vehicle with a loud exhaust doing spin outs in the street. The officer checked the area several times, but was unable to locate any vehicle or activity in the area that matched the descriptions provided. 
February 7
Officer Abney responded to an address on E. First St. The reporting party believed someone had cut the cables to their security cameras. After viewing the footage, it was discovered that some sort of rodent had chewed the wires. 
Officer Abney responded to the Valley View apartments for a report of a verbal domestic disturbance. Upon arrival, the officer observed a woman leaving the residence with a small child. No further action was needed. 
Officer Abney took photos of property damage caused by someone driving off the roads and into the grass in several locations around town. 
Officer Abney responded to Walmart for a report of an individual who was at the service desk in the business demanding that the employees call the FBI. The individual was asked to leave the premises. The officer later responded to Godfather’s Pizza because the same subject was causing a disturbance there and making threats. 
Officer Abney responded to a call reporting a deceased person on Ash St.

Howell County News

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