Mountain View Police Department

April 7
Chastity Hawkins, Mountain View, dog running at large
April 10
David Martin, 30, Mountain View, stealing less than $500
April 11
Petra Stoops, 58, Mountain View, speeding 1-5 over
Charles Lindberg, 58, West Plains, speeding 6-10 over
Fred Craig, 65, Mountain View, failure to drive on right half of roadway
Annelise Brown, 20, Mountain View (no further information)
Robert Joyce, 44, Winona, driving while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs, driving while suspended
April 12
Joseph Garrington, 42, homeless, indecent exposure
Ethan Pritchard, 24, Macomb, Mo., failure to register motor vehicle
Calls for Service
April 7
Asst. Chief Stetson Schwien responded to a report of property damage. The reporting party stated someone placed toilets filled with concrete and their mailbox in the driveway of the home. They did not want to pursue charges because another party fixed the damages.
Asst. Chief Schwien received a call of a dog that attacked a neighbor’s chickens. The dog owner received a citation for dog at large.
April 8
Officer Allen Reef responded to a suspicious vehicle. He found an individual dressed in camouflage to scare a friend.
Crpl. Trenton Roberts responded to Beyond Organics for an alarm. He found the building secure.
Officer Reef received a request for a wellbeing check. He found the individual safe.
Officer Kylie McGee responded to a request for a wellbeing check. Investigation found an intoxicated person had locked themselves out of their residence. Officer McGee assisted the individual inside the residence.
Officer Timothy Gordon responded to a domestic altercation. He found individuals involved in a civil dispute and advised them to not to harass each other. 
Officer Gordon assisted an individual with a possible child abuse situation.
Officer Gordon responded to a concern about a controlled burn. He found the burn to be fully under control. 
Howell County Sheriff’s Office requested response to CR 3670 just off of N. Ash St. to assist a deputy with subjects at gunpoint who were fighting and had weapons. Officer Gordon assisted with taking the subjects into custody and resolving the situation.
April 9
While on routine patrol, Officer McGee noticed suspicious activity at the elementary school. She spoke with two juveniles pulling each other on a makeshift scooter. She advised them not to do so on school property.
Officer Reef assisted EMS with a medical call. 
Officer McGee responded to an alarm call at the golf course. She found the building secure.
Officer McGee received a call of an unwanted dog left at a residence. She advised the reporting party the options of handling the situation.
April 10
A reporting party stated an individual appeared to be slumped over the steering wheel of a car. Chief James Perkins contacted the individual, who stated they were on the phone and turned from the sun to be able to see the screen. 
Cpl. Roberts responded to Walmart for a report of an individual stealing items and then attempting to return them for credit. He arrested the individual and issued them a citation for stealing.
Cpl. Roberts received a call of a disturbance at Valley View Apartments. 
April 11
Officer McGee took a report of dirt bikes on North Pine Street. She located juveniles on bikes and advised them not to be on the highway after dark.
April 12
Officer McGee responded to Washington Street for a noise complaint. The individuals involved stated they were watching TV.
Officer McGee spoke to a couple walking their dog and cutting some fabric in Walmart parking lot. Subjects advised they were okay.
Officer Combs responded to Stubb St. for an elderly individual in the yard. He arrived and spoke with the person who stated they fell while looking for the dog. EMS arrived and transported them to the hospital.
Officer Combs received a call of an elderly person on the floor and unable to get up. The individual advised they did not need any help.
Officer Reef received a call of an individual sleeping in the old car wash. He contacted the individual and advised they could not sleep there. As Officer Reef was leaving, the individual began to urinate in public. He issued the person a citation for indecent exposure.
Officer Reef received a request to check the wellbeing of a subject. He called EMS to transport the individual.
April 13
Officer Reef responded to Doris Street for an animal complaint. The reporting party complained the neighbor’s dogs acted aggressively toward them. Officer Reef spoke to the neighbor and advised to keep the dogs restrained.
Officer Reef received a request for a well-being check. He called EMS to transport the individual.
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