Mountain View Police Department

Calls for Service
April 5
Corporal Trenton Roberts was dispatched to the Apple Market parking lot for a two-vehicle non-injury crash. Information was taken for an accident report. Both vehicles were able to be driven from the scene.               
Corporal Roberts spoke to a man at the police station regarding child custody.
April 7
Officer Timothy Gordon responded to a call regarding a verbal domestic disturbance in progress. On the scene, the officer spoke to the two parties involved. The homeowner wanted an adult who was staying at the residence to leave. The subject retrieved their personal property and then received a courtesy ride to the hospital per their request.                                         
April 8
Corporal Roberts answered a woman’s questions regarding age restrictions and limitations for sexual contact.                                         
Corporal Roberts answered a man’s questions regarding ATVs and UTVs in city limits. 
April 9
Corporal Roberts assisted DFS with a supervised visitation at the police station.
A man came into the police station to request police assistance to remove individuals who do not live in his house from his property.
Corporal Roberts was contacted by a female reporting party who alleged a person she knows to have a felony warrant was at Fine China at that time. Police responded, but the male subject did not have a warrant and was not arrested. 
Officer Timothy Gordon responded to a report of an intoxicated elderly male who had walked out of the hospital. The subject was walking along the road and was provided with a courtesy call to a motel.                      
April 11
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to a residence on East Second St. for a report of a suicidal female. She was transported to the hospital. 
Corporal Roberts responded to a request for a wellbeing check at a residence on St. Rte W. The subject was a female who had been experiencing behavioral problems and was being punished by her parents but was fine.                                                        
April 12
A woman came into the police station to report a theft of checks. 
A woman came to the police station to report a small unattended child walking in the road. The area was checked, but the child was not located. 
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to a residence on West First St. for a report of vehicle theft. 
Corporal Roberts responded to the Walmart parking lot for a report of two men looking into vehicles. The subjects were gone upon officer arrival.

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Willow Springs, MO 65793

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