Mountain View Police Department

September 4
Bradley Duncan, 47, Mountain View, failure to drive on the right side of the roadway. 
September 5
Phillip Dimarco, 24, Mountain View, vandalism. 
September 6
John Singleton, 22, Cape Girardeau, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Luke Killinger, 42, Springfield, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Joshua Whittington, 33, Willow Springs, failure to yield the right of way. 
Carlos Lariz, 38, Fontana, Ca., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Merle Durrett, 69, West Paducah, Ky., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Marc Bernstein, 28, St. Louis, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Zachery Spurlock, 20, West Plains, failure to yield the right of way. 
September 7
Rebecca Barks, 52, failure to use headlights when required. 
Thomas Counts, 41, failure to display state license plates. 
Sidney Tune, 26, Mountain View, lighting violation. 
Hank Loman, 38, Willow Springs, lighting violation. 
Nicholas Lane, 42, Mountain Grove, driving while revoked/suspended. 
September 8
Madison Bigham, 19, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Cale Bridwell, 19, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Cole Austin, 39, Pineville, driving while revoked/suspended. 
Katelynn Howell, 29, lighting violation. 
Michie Kesler, 22, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Wilmer Alvarez, 20, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Rachelle Teague, 43, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Calls for Service 
September 4
A person was reported sleeping in the parking lot of Honeysuckle Inn. The person was discovered upon arrival and left the premises. 
A woman called for information on a report from 2020. Information was provided to the woman. 
A funeral escort was provided at Yarber Funeral Home. 
September 5
A caller reported that it looked like someone might be standing next to a light pole near the youth center. The area was checked, and no person was found. 
A caller reported a custody dispute. 
A man reported striking a deer with his vehicle that he wished to keep. A receipt for the deer was given to the man. 
A male subject was discovered sleeping behind the library. The man was given a ride to a family member’s house. 
A custody dispute was reported at a residence near First and Pine. The information was forwarded to the Howell County Sheriff’s Office. 
A male subject was issued a citation for property damage after he allegedly took the phone of a female subject and severely damaged it. The incident happened at Casey’s. 
September 6
A resident on East Third Street reported that someone busted a window of her residence with a brick. A brick was found inside of the residence. 
A robbery alarm was activated at a business on U.S. Highway 60. The employees of the business stated that they did not activate the alarm knowingly. 
Assistance was provided for a 96-hour hold. 
An unlicensed panhandler was reported along U.S. Highway 60. The panhandler could not be located. 
A report was received of a male subject soliciting for money in the parking lot of a local business. The subject was advised that, without a permit, he would receive a citation for solicitation. The man left the area after stating that he did not know that he needed a permit. 
A property dispute was reported on Marr. Officer Timothy Gordon was able to speak to the involved parties and get the dispute resolved without incident. 
September 8
Didi Drexler reported her brother, Brandon Drexler, missing. Brandon was last seen on August 17, near the middle school. His possible destination is unknown. 
A fight was reported at Signal. 
September 9
A driver in a tan and green SUV reportedly threw a bottle and a knife at a home on the 500 block of Third Street. The suspect could not be located. 
A funeral escort was provided on Fifth Street. 
A caller reported that an unknown subject was using a torch to attempt to steal copper. A torch and wire were found in the area on Second Street, but no suspect was located. 
A woman came to the police department to turn in a small bag of clothing that she had found in a parking lot. The clothes were placed in the lost and found. 
Assistance was given to a motorist that was stuck on a curb on Elm. The driver reported that she was fine and asked for a tow truck to help move her vehicle. A wrecker was called to the area. 
A disturbance was reported at James Street Apartments. An intoxicated female was assisted in getting back to her apartment. 
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