Mountain View Police Department

Citations
August 16
Ira White, 28, Springfield, exceeding the posted speed limit, failure to drive on the right half of the roadway, failure to register a motor vehicle. 
August 19
Michael Held, 62, Springfield, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
August 20
Justin Murphy, 29, failure to register a motor vehicle, driving while revoked/suspended. 
August 21
Erik Yarber, 39, Mountain View, seatbelt violation. 
Luke Young, 37, Willow Springs, driving while intoxicated, driving while revoked/suspended. 
August 22
Courtney Shaw, 19, failure to use headlights when required. 
Derek Baker, 38, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Carolyn Sharp, 74, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Bradley Brassfield, 33, Gallatin, Tenn., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Grant Ainley, 24, Buffalo, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Barry Rando, 40, Petal, Tenn., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
 
Calls for Service 
August 17
A caller complained that vehicles were parked on his property on North Harrison. No vehicles were located on the property. 
An officer was dispatched to a home on West 2nd Street for a window being broken and lights on in the house. No one was found inside the house. The owner of the house was advised to call the police department if any property was found to be broken or missing. Extra patrol was conducted int he area. 
A gas drive off was reported at Anchor. A vehicle description was given, and a complaint form was completed. 
A well-being check was conducted for a male subject wandering the parking lot at Signal. EMS responded to the scene 
August 18
A well-being check was conducted at a home on 7th Street for a male subject with a severe nosebleed. The subject stated that they were doing fine and did not want medical attention. 
A well-being check was made on a juvenile after the parents requested the check. The juvenile was fine. 
August 19
An officer was dispatched to 3rd Street after a caller reported noises outside of their residence. The caller also stated that they believed that someone might be trying gain access to the residence. The caller later reported similar noises and concerns, but no one was found outside of the home. 
A caller reported a male subject in the roadway near the elementary school. The subject was not located upon arrival. 
A bag was found on 1st Street, containing syringes, a machete, clothes, and other items. 
August 22
Extra patrol was conducted in the area of 5th Street after a report of people shooting cats with air guns. 
Howell County Sheriff’s Office was contacted to assist them with warrant information on a subject that had been arrested.
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