Mountain View Police Department

Citations
April 30
Sean Bradley King, driving while revoked/suspended 
May 4
Mason R. Elders, failure to register a motor vehicle 
Addison Burks, exceeding the posted speed limit 
Joseph Spence, failure to display state license plates 
Jason Cockrell, speeding in a school zone 
Lori Sue Dowler, failure to register a motor vehicle 
May 5
Eric Donjuan, possession of a controlled substance 
Bret Clark, speeding in a school zone 
Karson McDaniel, speeding in a school zone 
Joseph Stark, failure to display state license plates 
Jordan Anthony Murphy, possession of drug paraphernalia 
Jason Michael Jones, failure to use turn signal 
May 6
Jentry Acklin, speeding in a school zone 
May 7
Angel M. Hopper, exceeding the posted speed limit 
May 8
Roy Joseph Kramer, failure to use turn signal 
Jacob Aaron Rogers, exceeding the posted speed limit 
Susan Louise Tillery, failure to obey stop sign 
May 9
Kasey Leo Bradshaw, exceeding the posted speed limit 
Gage Maurice Baker, failure to drive on the right half of the roadway 
Linda Farrar, creating or maintaining a public nuisance 
 
Calls for Service
April 26
A male came to the police department, asking about houses for sale. The man was advised to contact a real estate agent. 
Assistance was given to DFS with a home visit at Valley View Apartments. 
A male subject requested a well-being check on a female that had indicated she was being abused by a family member. Since the female lived outside of the city limits, the Howell County Sheriff’s Office was contacted in the matter. 
A suspicious man was reported in the area of Kaitlin Dr. Contact was made with the male, who was advised to stay home until he sobered up. 
A report was made of a male subject who was trespassing at a property on Ash St. The male was advised to leave or be written a citation for trespassing. 
April 27
A car alarm was heard in the area of Jackson St. Contact was made with the owner. 
April 28
A verbal disturbance was reported on Oak St. The owner of the property requested that a male subject leave the property and not return. 
Assistance was given to the Missouri State Highway Patrol on a warrant confirmation. 
A call was returned to a citizen requesting information on a court subpoena question. 
April 29
A well-being check was requested on a subject on State Route W. The Howell County Sheriff’s Office located the subject on County Road 1080. 
An individual came to the police department to ask about a statement needed on a case going to court. 
Officer assistance was requested for a Mother’s Day parade.
A male was reported standing in the roadway at State Route Y and Sharp St. The male was not located upon arrival of an officer. 
A resident contacted the police, saying that a female subject was knocking on the door. Contact was made with the female. The woman was advised to leave the property, and agreed to do so without incident. 
April 30
A careless driver was reported on South 17 Highway. After the vehicle could not be stopped in the city limits, the vehicle and call information were given to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. 
A report was made of people riding ATVs on Maplewood Ct. A warning was given when an officer made contact with one of the drivers. 
A theft was reported at Valley View Apartments. 
A suspicious female was located at Signal. The female was unable to be located when an officer arrived on scene. 
Paperwork was faxed for a male subject who was filing a complaint with the Howell County Sheriff’s Office. 
A child with behavioral issues was reported at Apple Market. The child left with the custodial parent. 
A report was made of a possible driver on drugs near McDonald’s. The suspect vehicle was unable to be located. 
A probation and parole officer was accompanied to several locations for checks. 
May 1
The hospital reported a female patient needing a ride. A courtesy ride was provided to Agape House. 
Keys were left in a mail lock by a postal carrier on Ash St. The mail lock was secured, and the keys were taken to the police department.  
May 2
A diabetic emergency was reported at a residence on Delp Road. EMS needed a key to enter the apartment. 
A reckless driver was reported on Pine St., near Signal. The vehicle was unable to be located. The Missouri State Highway Patrol was notified. 
A resident on Third St. complained that a neighbor’s dogs were damaging flower beds. 
May 3
An officer responded to a report of an infant having difficulty breathing. EMS arrived to the scene and took the infant to the hospital for further evaluation. 
A vehicle crash was reported on East Fifth St. One vehicle attempted to leave the scene, and was followed by the other involved party. The Missouri State Highway Patrol was contacted. 
A resident on Highway 60 reported that someone threw a bag of trash in her yard. 
A well-being check was conducted at Dollar General. 
May 4
A business on Second St. reported that someone had thrown cat food all over the front porch of the business. 
A gas drive-off was reported at Signal. 
An alarm was sounded at a local business. 
May 5
A well-being check was conducted on West Second St. 
EMS was contacted after a well-being check on Kaitlin Dr. A female subject was confused and requested to go to the hospital. 
A man was reported passed out in a vehicle on Second St. Contact was made with the man, who stated that he was fine and had been sleeping.  
A funeral escort was provided on State Route Y. 
Clothing was reported stolen from the laundromat. 
A person was reported in the park after hours. The subject was advised of the closing hours, and agreed to leave. 
May 6
A complaint was received of a dog barking on Belmont St. The owner of the dog was advised to quiet the dog, or risk a citation. 
May 7
A suicidal male was reported on Falck. The male left the residence before officers arrived and was unable to be located. 
May 8
A report was made of disturbance being caused by a man and woman at Fine China. The subjects were gone when contact was made with the reporting party. 
A report was made of an unattended dog in a yard on Maplewood Ct. The dog appeared to be taken care of and had shelter. 
A woman called in a complaint about her neighbor in an apartment complex on Second St. The woman was advised that the complaints were not criminal, and that she needed to contact her apartment manager. 
A report was made of a vehicle traveling the wrong direction in the eastbound lane of Highway 60. The vehicle was unable to be located. The Missouri State Highway Patrol was advised. 
Suspicious persons were reported at The Anchor convenience store. The individuals were asked to leave the property. 
Another agency contacted the police department in an attempt to find the owner of property recovered in another jurisdiction. 
A fire alarm sounded at a local business. It was determined to be a false alarm. 
May 9
A possible intoxicated driver was reported at the Apple Market parking lot. 
An officer was dispatched to the Honeysuckle Inn to remove guests who were refusing to leave. 
Assistance was given to an elderly female on Meadow Ln. who had dropped her phone. 
A building alarm was sounded at a business on Fifth St. The scene was cleared and the building was secured. 
A report was made of someone attempting to break into an apartment at Brookview Apartments. The building was checked and the doors were secured.
 

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