Mountain View Police Department
Wed, 07/29/2020 - 12:01pm admin
Anthony James Cunningham, owner operating a motor vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility - second Offense
Kenneth Ray Brooks, operating a vehicle on highway without a valid license - second offense
Claudia Cazorla Rojo, exceeding the posted speed limit
Trevor O’Neil St. Onge, Nashville, Tenn., exceeding the posted speed limit
Calls for Service
Officer Travis Wilbanks was dispatched to Malone's Motel to attempt contact with a tenant. The reporting party stated they could smell marijuana coming from the room. Officer Wilbanks made contact with the tenant but did not smell marijuana.
Officer Wilbanks was given a name and number. The reporting party needed information about charges someone kept threatening to press against him from months ago. Officer Wilbanks spoke with him and gave him information about the situation.
Officer Wilbanks was given a name and number to contact a gentleman about a warrant. The gentleman was informed by a third party that he has a warrant out for his arrest.
Officer Wilbanks was dispatched to an address on Kaitlin Drive for a disturbance. Upon arrival, Officer Wilbanks spoke with the individual who was unwanted on the property. The individual left without incident.
Officer Wilbanks was advised of a suspicious vehicle at Tri-County Auto Parts backed up to the bay door. The reporting party stated it was a large white box truck with no stickers on the side. The reporting party believed it could just be a delivery truck but thought the time of a delivery was odd. Upon arrival, Officer Wilbanks found the truck was gone, and the business was secure.
Officer Timothy Gordon was dispatched to secure a scene for Emergency Medical Services.
Officer Gordon stopped a reckless driver for a traffic stop
Officer Gordon responded to US Hwy 60 for a reported reckless driver. Officer Gordon looked for the reported truck but was unable to locate it.
Officer Gordon responded to the Signal Station for a disturbance call. Upon arrival, Officer Gordon was informed that the party causing the disturbance had left.
Officer Gordon performed a wellbeing check on South Jackson Street.
Officer Wilbanks was dispatched to the Signal Station for a disturbance. Upon arrival, the officer was informed the party had already left.
Corporal Trenton Roberts was dispatched to Elm Street for a wellbeing check on a child that was allegedly abused. Corporal Roberts spoke with the residents and there was no evidence of child abuse observed.
Officer Gordon performed a wellbeing check on Fourth Street.
Officer Gordon performed a wellbeing check on Fifth Street. Officer Gordon informed the reporting party that the individual was fine.
Officer Gordon was dispatched to Ash Street for a wellbeing check. The individual was gone when Officer Gordon arrived.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to James Street Apartments for an unknown medical call. The officer provided assistance and the individual was left in the care of his hospice nurse.
Officer Gordon was dispatched to Granny’s Cafe for a wellbeing check. The officer spoke with the homeless individual, who stated they were fine and had food and lodging.
Officer Gregory Abney recovered a vehicle that Shannon County Sheriff’s Office had reported as stolen.
Officer Abney was dispatched to Delp Road for a disturbance. Upon arrival, he was unable to locate the reporting party or the individual.
Officer Abney was dispatched to back to the Delp Road residence for a disturbance. He spoke with the resident and the individual was not causing a disturbance.
Officer Charles Brown was dispatched to Delp Road for a disturbance.
Corporal Roberts was dispatched to Delp Road for a reckless driver. He was unable to locate the vehicle.
Officer Gordon was dispatched for a wellbeing check and assisted with escorting the individual back to the nursing home.
Officer Brown received a report of a reckless driver on Highway 17.
Officer Brown responded to a four-car motor vehicle accident on Elm Street.
A man called Corporal Roberts to ask if he had a warrant out for his arrest from Mountain View Police Department. The man was advised that there was no warrant and advised him to call the court clerk about his court date.
The Springfield Police Department contacted Corporal Roberts in reference to a possible suicidal individual living in or around Mountain View.