Mountain View Police Department

August 25
Braxton Brashers, 18, Mountain View, failure to register motor vehicle, speeding 16-19 over, failure to wear seatbelt
August 26
Carl Atchinson, 52, Eminence, failure to show proof of insurance
August 27
Felicia Gallardo, 35, Charlotte, N.C., no valid driver’s license
August 31
Justin Grogan, 32, Mountain View, assault – third degree
Kathy Kreisler-McCary, 62, Jacksonville, Fla., speeding 11-15 over, failure to register motor vehicle
Calls for Service
August 25
Assistant Chief Stetson Schwien took a report of stealing from Dollar General.
Asst. Chief Schwien assisted the children’s division with a follow up investigation.
Officer Israel Guidry assisted a motorist with a disabled vehicle.
August 26
Officer Matthew Combs responded to a wellbeing check. He called EMS to transport the individual.
Sgt. Trenton Roberts spoke to an individual regarding an unwanted person at a residence.
Sgt. Roberts responded to W. First Street for items dumped on a property. Investigation found the items dumped were not on the owners’ property. 
Sgt. Roberts cleared debris from the roadway.
Officer Guidry responded to a verbal dispute. One subject left for the night.
Sgt. Roberts responded to Falck Street for a disturbance. He made with both parties and resolved the situation.
August 27
Officer Guidry spoke with an individual in the park after hours. He took the homeless individual to Malone’s Motel for the night.
Sgt. Roberts responded to Dollar General for a report of stealing. Investigation found the suspect to be a juvenile. The parents paid for the items.
Sgt. Roberts responded to Washington Street for a disturbance. He contacted both parties and offered legal remedies.
August 28
Chief James Perkins responded to a wellbeing check at the Valley View apartments for a child in diapers outside by herself. Upon arrival, he contacted an individual sleeping inside an apartment. He advised the individual to stay away when watching the child. 
Asst. Chief Schwien responded to Anchor for a semi that lost the trailer. He conducted traffic control and called the fire department for assistance until a tow truck moved the trailer. 
August 29
Chief Perkins conducted a wellbeing check on a juvenile reported not to return home or attend school. He found the juvenile safe, reporting they fell asleep. 
Officer Kaleb Berkshire received a report from the property manager of an apartment. They entered for a wellbeing check and discovered a clear plastic bag with a white crystal powder residue inside. Officers field tested the substance to be methamphetamines. They destroyed the substance. 
Officer Berkshire assisted Howell County Deputies with a traffic stop. He deployed a K-9 for a free air sniff and found no illegal substances.
August 31
Sgt. Roberts assisted with returning a runaway back to the parents.
Sgt. Roberts took a report of a runaway juvenile.
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