Mountain View Police Department

June 1
Via L. Ellsworth, driving while revoked/suspended. 
June 5
Deon A. Dailey, driving while revoked/suspended, failure to register a motor vehicle, failure to maintain financial responsibility, restraint not used for child under four years of age, other plates prohibited. 
June 7
Linda Farrar, creating or maintaining a public nuisance. 
Calls for Service 
June 3
Officer Trenton Roberts was dispatched to Apple Market for a female passed out in a vehicle. The female was transported to the hospital by EMS. 
A male subject called asking for his sister to be removed from a property. The man was advised that he would have to evict his sister as she was a resident of the property. 
An alarm sounded at Beyond Organic. The building was checked and appeared to be secure. 
A woman called to ask about property left behind by her roommate. The woman was advised that the property had to be considered abandoned before the items could be discarded. 
The Howell County Sheriff’s Office advised that a vehicle had fled from them on State Route 17, and was headed toward Mountain View. The vehicle was unable to be located. 
June 4
A noise complaint was reported on Elam Street. The subjects causing the noise were told to quiet down. 
A woman called the police department, stating that she had been in a minor traffic accident with no damage or injuries. The woman wished to send her insurance information, in case the other involved party called. 
A caller inquired about harassment charges. Information was provided to the caller. 
A car was reported in the ditch on East James Street. A passerby assisted in getting the vehicle back onto the road. 
A caller reported that a neighbor saw two subjects at the caller’s door. Extra patrol was requested. 
A vehicle was reported traveling at excessive speed on U.S. Highway 60, near Anchor. The vehicle was unable to be located. 
A car was reported broken down in the turning lane at U.S. Highway 60 and Elm. The vehicle was gone on arrival. 
A male subject called about a civil matter with his sister. 
June 5
A caller wished to reserve a pavilion. The caller was given information. 
Missouri State Highway Patrol called to confirm a warrant. The warrant was active. 
The National Park Service transported. A male subject to the police department to post bond on an active Mountain View warrant. Bond was posted, and the man was released. 
An elderly male was reported needing assistance at Walmart. The man, who stated that he was lost and seemed confused, was transported to the hospital for health and safety concerns. 
A man called, concerned about his father that was located in Mountain View. The man was given contact information for his father at the hospital. 
Extra patrol was requested on Marr for suspicious activity that had occurred the night before. 
A woman called the police department to see about an ex parte. 
June 6
A woman came to the police department to ask about getting water. 
A running truck with its lights on was reported behind the library. The occupant of the vehicle was sleeping. 
A child custody issue was reported. The reporting party was advised to contact his attorney, regarding the matter. 
A man called regarding personal items from his ex-girlfriend. The man was advised that the situation was civil, and would have to be settled in small claims court, if an agreement could not be reached. 
An officer was dispatched to a report of a remote control car being driven in the Anchor parking lot. An employee stated that it was not a disturbance, and the incident was not in violation of any ordinance. 
June 7
An ATV was reported driving up and down County Road 3500. The ATV could not be located. 
A suicidal female was reported at a residence on East Second Street. The female agreed to be transported to the stress unit. 
An alarm sounded at Taco Bell. Contact was made with the manager who stated that it was a false alarm. 
A property dispute was reported at Valley View Apartments. The caller was advised that the situation was civil, and would have to be settled in small claims court, if an agreement could not be reached. 
A male subject reported an ongoing issue with a female and her ex-boyfriend. Officer Trenton Roberts advised the man that he had spoken with all involved parties, and gave information on how to resolve the issue peacefully. 

Howell County News

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