Mountain View Police Department
Tue, 04/27/2021 - 2:21pm admin
James A. Dooley, driving while revoked/suspended.
Johnny Mike Nelson, careless and imprudent driving, failure to yield to an emergency vehicle, failure to maintain financial responsibility, ATV violations, no valid operator license.
Kobe Weston Bunch, driving while intoxicated, careless and imprudent driving, failure to yield to an emergency vehicle, possession of an open container by a minor.
Brett Allen Stephens, failure to display state license plates.
Kailey Anderson, failure to display state license plates.
Calls for Service
A man called to ask if a child had been taken to the police department. The man was advised that no child was at the police department.
A man called to inquire if a purse had been turned in to the police department. No purses were turned in.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol contacted the Mountain View Police Department to confirm a warrant. The warrant was confirmed and faxed to the Howell County Sheriff’s Office.
A woman contacted the police department to speak with an officer about her brother who had passed away. Multiple attempts were made to contact the woman, but she did not answer.
A woman inquired about gun laws regarding intoxicated individuals and firearms. The woman’s questions were answered.
A disturbance was reported at a residence on Buddy Lane. The parties were separated, and a male who did not live at the property was advised to stay off of the property.
A male reported that two females were damaging his truck. A complaint form was given to the man.
A woman contacted the police department about a man who had been taken into custody. Information was provided.
A security alarm at the high school was activated. The area and building were checked and appeared to be secure.
A man reported that he believed his aunt had stolen items from his home. A complaint form was provided.
A woman reported that she had been assaulted. The woman filled out a complain form, but did not wish to pursue charges. The woman was given instructions on how to obtain a protection order if she wished to obtain one.
A man inquired about lost property. Information was provided.
A woman asked for a well-being check on her son, who was at a treatment center and was not willing to speak with the woman. Contact was unable to be made.
An officer was dispatched to a residence on East First St. to speak with a child. After speaking with the child, the officer gave the child a ride home.
A pedestrian turned in a green zipper bag containing drug paraphernalia. The bag was found in the middle of the highway.
A woman reported that she had heard multiple gunshots behind her home on the evening of April 9. The woman stated that she discovered that her cat had been shot.
A woman came to the police department to inquire about lost property. The property was not located at the police department.
A woman came to the police department to claim found property.
A caller reported children playing in the street on East James Street. The area was checked, but no children were located.
A woman called the police department, concerned about the care her father was receiving. The woman was advised that she could not make decisions for her father without guardianship.
A woman reported a suspicious person. Information was taken.
A called reported that children were hanging out of a car window near McDonald’s. The area was checked, but no children were located.