Mountain View Police Department

April 1
Trinity Merrill , 20, Springfield, driving while intoxicated, careless and imprudent driving- involving an accident, leaving the scene of an accident
Robin Labbee, 43, Mountain View, dog running at large
April 2
Christy Boyer, 44, Winona, failure to register vehicle, failure to show proof of insurance
Katie Cavaluzzi, 33, Alton, driving while suspended or revoked
Anthony Barton, 30, Mountain View, driving while suspended or revoked
April 3
Ebert Jones II, 48, Asheville, NC, speeding 16-29 over
April 4
Michelle Denny, 54, Mountain View, failure to display plates, failure to show proof of insurance
April 4
Raven Walker, 37, Mountain View, peace disturbance
April 5
Heather Young, 33, Mountain View, placing human/ animal/garbage/other objectionable waste on city property
Calls for Service
March 31
Officer Allen Reef responded to First Baptist Church for an alarm. He found the building secure.
April 1
Officer Reef assisted an individual involved in a hit-and-run accident.
Corporal Trenton Roberts assisted in returning found property to the owner.
Officer Reef responded to a call reporting a dog running at large. On arrival, he found the owner returning the dog to the pen.
April 2
Corporal Roberts assisted with traffic control for the fire department on West Third Street.
Officer Reef assisted an individual with questions regarding a juvenile using marijuana.
April 3
Corporal Roberts received a call for a wellbeing check of an individual possibly having mental status changes. He was unable to located the subject at the address given.
Corporal Roberts responded to Malone’s Motel for a medical call. EMS transported the individual.
April 4
Officer Kylie McGee conducted a security check of a construction site. 
April 5
Officer McGee spoke with a juvenile regarding a report of theft.
An off-duty Howell County Deputy found an unsupervised toddler near the highway. He located the mother before Officer McGee arrived on the scene. Officer McGee spoke to the mother and advised better door security procedures. 
Officer Matthew Combs responded to North Ash for a disturbance. He found an individual creating a verbal disturbance and advised them to remain inside and stop the behavior. 
Officer Reef responded to a business alarm. He found the building secure.
April 6
Assistant Chief Stetson Schwien responded to a report of an open door at the football field. He checked the area and contacted School Resource Officer Travis Wilbanks.
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