Mountain View Police Department

August 12
Michel Vaughn, 23, Nixa, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Cisco Serrano, 23, Bolivar, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Bill Rayburn, 58, Birch Tree, failure to register a motor vehicle. 
August 14
Kavindu Ndeti, 31, Kansas City, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Calls for Service 
August 9
The Missouri State Highway Patrol requested assistance in locating a juvenile female that had been seen walking along State Route Y. The girl was not found in the area. 
August 10
A resident was called to provide information regarding concerns they had about officers possibly looking for them. 
August 11
An alarm was activated at Brown’s Home and Garden. The building was checked and secured. 
August 12
Brown’s Home and Garden was again checked after an alarm sounded. The building was secured. 
A resident on 2nd Street reported that the windshield on their vehicle was broken by a rock that was thrown by a neighbor’s mower. The caller was advised that the incident was a civil matter. 
A caller reported domestic abuse. Since the caller lives in Shannon County, an officer arranged for the caller to meet with Shannon County authorities. 
An alarm sounded at a business on Oak Street. Officer Michael Pauly found the door unlocked. The door was locked, and the building was secured. 
Officer Robert Poindexter was dispatched to a residence on Meadow Lane to assist a woman with closing her front door. 
August 13
Two male subjects were reported yelling and fighting in the area of Stubb Street. The two men told Officer Timothy Gordon that it was just a misunderstanding and that they were not fighting. 
August 14
A caller reported that a man was yelling and cussing in the area of Joyner Lane. The area was checked, but no person was located. 
Officer Timothy Gordon responded to the laundromat on 7th Street to check on an item that was found in the trash. The item was possibly connected to an incident that had occurred earlier in the day. 
August 15
A caller requested information about an ex parte order. Information was provided to the caller. 
A report was received from the Signal convenience store that a male subject was causing a disturbance. The man was asked to leave after he was found taking off his clothes by the ice machines and trying to take a shower. An officer waited on scene until the man gathered his belongings and left. 
Assistance was given to paramedics to gain entry to a residence on James Street. A subject was found lying on the floor of the locked residence. Entry was gained, so that medical treatment could be provided to the subject. 
A well-being check was requested for a woman who had left a motorcycle at Casey’s and had not been seen since. The reporting party stated that a man was seen making the woman leave the motorcycle. A later call relayed information that the woman had returned for the motorcycle. 
The Missouri State Highway Patrol requested assistance in bonding out a subject on a warrant. 
An officer responded to Signal for a male subject that had returned to the store after being asked to leave. The man was not located in the area. 
August 16
Information was received that a runaway juvenile may be in the area. The juvenile was not located in town after a search. The reporting party later advised that the juvenile had been located in another town. 
Several people were reported in Veterans Park after hours. The group was advised that the park was closed, and the group left without incident. 
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