Mountain View Police Department

May 26
Rony Rodriguez, 27, Mountain View, peace disturbance
Mitchell Wallace, 20, Miami, Okla., speeding 20-25 over
Jacob Wynns, 35, Summersville, driving while revoked/suspended, failure to show proof of insurance
Cora Wynn, 61, Summersville, failure to show proof of insurance, other plates prohibited
May 31
Scoot Troost, 48, Boonville, Tenn., peace disturbance
June 1
Forrest Morris , 22, Mountain View, fail to display state plates
Calls for Service
May 27
Officer Matthew Combs received a report of a suspicious person with a shopping cart. He instructed the individual to return the shopping cart.
Officer Combs responded to a disturbance. The individual causing the disturbance could not be located.
Officer Combs responded to the post office for a report of an individual sleeping in the parking lot. He advised the individual to leave.
Cpl. Trenton Roberts responded to the area of Tom Frommel for a bear heading towards the golf course. Multiple other sightings stated the bear headed towards Hwy 60. He checked the area and the bear had successfully crossed the highway.
Cpl. Roberts responded to Dollar General to remove an individual released from employment and still in the parking lot after arguing with the manager. The district manager stated the individual could stay on the property.
May 28
Officer Kylie McGee responded to Douglas Street for a report of fireworks being set off. The residents were told to keep the noise down.
While on patrol, Officer McGee noticed an individual sleeping in a vehicle. The individual stated they did not require assistance.
Cpl. Roberts responded to Valley View Apartments for an individual in emotional distress. The individual agreed to be transported by EMS to the hospital.
May 30
Officer McGee removed several items of debris from the roadway.
Chief James Perkins received a request for a well-being check. He found the individual safe.
Officer McGee received a report of a suspicious person. The individual stated they received payment from an app by taking photos of mowed yards.
May 31
Asst. Chief Stetson Schwien received a report of an individual screaming and hitting the walls at Valley View Apartments. The individual refused to open the door but spoke to Asst. Chief Schwien, who left a citation on the door for peace disturbance.
Officer Allen Reef received a report of someone in the bathroom at Veterans Park sawing and hammering. He spoke to the individual, who stated they were fixing the door lock.
June 1
While on patrol, Officer Combs was flagged down and informed of a fight. He searched the area but could not locate anyone.
An individual flagged down Officer Combs for a courtesy ride for assistance for her vehicle.
Officer Reed received a request by Mercy Hospital for assistance with a patient entering the ER.
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