Mountain View Police Department
Wed, 09/22/2021 - 1:54pm admin
Drew Stanley, 21, Columbia, leaving the scene of an accident.
Kelsey Parks, 20, Middle Brook, possession of a controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana/synthetic cannabinoid, possession of an open container by a minor.
Brandon Murphy, 28, Mountain View, possession of drug paraphernalia, lighting violation, failure to register a motor vehicle.
Patricia Donaldson, 56, Mountain View, failure to display state license plates.
Anthony Perry, 27, Birch Tree, seatbelt violation.
Angelia Alcon, 34, Mountain View, failure to display state license plates.
Marie Holl, 32, failure to display state license plates.
Erik Yarber, 40, Birch Tree, careless and imprudent driving.
Calls for Service
Vandalism was reported on Oak Street. The suspect overturned a trash can and scattered trash in a parking lot.
Mercy St. Francis Hospital reported that a patient walked out with an IV still in their arm. Contact was made with the patient, and they stated that they were fine.
A female subject came to the police department and requested a statement form that she could fill out and fax to the West Plains Police Department, regarding an alleged assault that occurred there. The report was taken and faxed.
A one vehicle accident was reported on Elm Street. The driver of the vehicle, which was in a ditch, stated that he was fine and that he had just missed the turn. Assistance was given to the man to get the car out of the ditch.
A domestic disturbance was reported on Angelica Street. The female party asked to be given a ride from the location, and that she had someone coming to get her.
A male subject stated that his vehicle, which he had loaned to someone, had not yet been returned. The man did not wish to file a report.
A female caller reported concerns about child custody. The woman was given a contact number to call for her concerns.
A vehicle was located on East U.S. Highway 60 that appeared to be broken down. The driver returned to the vehicle and was able to remove it from the scene.
An abandoned vehicle that was leaking fuel was reported on U.S. Highway 60. The fire department was called to clean up the fuel spill, and the vehicle was towed from the scene.
Squatters were reported at an abandoned house on 3rd Street. The area was checked, but no one was located in the area.
A stray dog was reported on Blake Street. The animal, which had no collar, was taken to the city pound.
Contact was made with a male subject on State Route Y that had requested to go to the stress unit. The man was transported by EMS.
Harassing phone calls were reported by a resident on Stubbs Street. Contact was made with the victim, and the number was blocked from the victim’s phone.
Assistance was given to EMS for a lift assist on Delp Road.
A vehicle was observed in the driveway of a vacant house that had been previously burglarized. The house and vehicle were checked, and everything was secure.
A toddler was reported walking on State Route 17. 911 dispatch advised that the child’s aunt had arrived on the scene and picked up the child.
A female subject requested to meet with an officer, regarding information about her brother, who had been reported missing.
A woman reported a hitchhiker on her property and stated that she had asked him to leave. Chief Perkins responded to the call.
A well-being check was requested on Delp Road. The subject was found to be fine and reported that his phone must have been dead and needed to be charged.
A resident on Deboard Drive reported suspicious activity in the area. The caller stated that there were at least two individuals in the area that had checked the doorknob of the residence before walking toward Vine Street. Patrol was conducted in the area, but no one was located.
The gate to the golf course was left open, though the lock had been locked. Contact was made with the key holder, who was able to secure the gate.