Mountain View Police Department

March 26
Robin Edie, 45, Fayetteville, Ark., speeding 11-15 over
March 29
Saber Fuqua, 25, Willow Springs, failure to display plates
Calls for Service
March 24
A caller stated that someone tried to break into the back door the night before. Corporal Trenton Roberts gathered information for further investigation.
Corporal Roberts responded to Oak Street for a credit card fraud report. Follow up on this report will be needed.
March 25
Officer Timothy Gordon responded to a call of a possible verbal disturbance. Investigation found intoxicated individuals having an argument. He calmed down the parties involved. One individual complained of difficulty breathing, and Officer Gordon called EMS. When EMS cleared the scene, the parties began to argue again. Officer Gordon returned and advised if everyone did not calm down, he would enforce the 12-hour rule.
Officer Gordon checked on two juveniles playing in water. He found the juveniles playing safely.
Officer Allen Reef received a call of someone throwing a bicycle into a residence yard. The caller felt this to be a threat.
Corporal Roberts assisted an individual reporting a child custody issue.
Corporal Roberts responded to East Fifth Street for a report of stolen license plates.
Air Traffic Control asked for an officer to check on a plane that did not make contact for over thirty minutes. He found the plane and pilot safe on the ground.
Officer Kylie McGee checked on an elderly person sitting in a vehicle on South Elm. The individual relayed the vehicle had a flat tire, and they were waiting on assistance.
March 26
Corporal Roberts responded to State Route WW for a damaged mailbox. 
Corporal Roberts received a report of an individual sitting on a front porch in the nude. He did not locate the individual.
Officer McGee responded to West Fourth St for a noise complaint. No loud noise could be located.
March 27
Officer McGee responded to County Road 3160 for a report of an elderly person walking along the road. She made contact with the elderly person, who stated they needed a ride to Birch Tree.
Officer McGee responded to a well-being check on someone who hadn’t picked up their mail in several weeks. Neighbors relayed no one lived in the residence for some time.
Officer Combs responded to an unconscious individual lying on a bathroom floor. He called EMS and began CPR. EMS transported the individual.
Officer McGee received a call for a wellbeing check at Casey’s for an individual not feeling well. A Howell County Deputy spoke to the individual and transported them to the hospital.
Officer Combs received a call from DFS asking for assistance with a possibly suicidal juvenile. EMS transported the juvenile to OZH where the parents took the juvenile home. They made multiple attempts to contact the juvenile and parents with no success.
March 28
Officer McGee conducted a security check of a vehicle parked at the football field for several days. The owner reported the vehicle to be disabled.
March 29
While on routine patrol, Officer Combs heard an audible commercial alarm. He found the building secure and contacted the owner who reset the alarm.
Officer Gordon spoke with an apartment manager about suspicious persons and activities.
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