Mountain View Police Department

September 1
Ethan Renegar, 19, Birch Tree, failure to register vehicle, careless and imprudent driving, fail to show proof of insurance
Bruce Burgdorf, 51, Birch Tree, failure to display state plates
Stephen Shoup, 42, Birch Tree, failure to display state plates
Forrest Morris, 22, Mountain View, failure to register vehicle
September 2
Michael Price, 41, Winona, fail to obey stop sign
September 5
Brian Oimoen, 41, Mountain View, fail to show proof of insurance
Sherry Rohrer, 42, Mountain View, failure to register motor vehicle
Lucas Langston, 19, Mountain View, failure to register motor vehicle, failure to show proof of insurance
September 7
Alexander Campbell, 23, Seymour, speeding 20-25 over
Carrie Stephens, 47, Mountain View, fail to show proof of insurance
Calls for Service
September 1
Officer Matthew Combs responded to James Street for a runaway juvenile who returned home. He spoke with the juvenile about the consequences of continuing to run away.
Sgt. Trenton Roberts responded to US Cellular parking lot for a physical altercation. The caller stated that one of the parties acted as if they had a weapon. He made contact with both parties, but no weapons were located, and the altercation was verbal. Neither party wanted to press charges.
Officer Kaleb Berkshire spoke with an individual receiving social media and text messages from a person. The messages were of a nature he did not wish to receive. Attempts to contact the suspect failed. 
September 2
Officer Israel Guidry responded to a report of a juvenile who inflicted harm on themselves. He provided medical assistance until EMS arrived. 
September 3
Officer Combs spoke to an individual involved in a verbal domestic involving possible property damage. He advised the subject of the legal remedies.
Sgt. Roberts responded to Apple Market for a wellbeing check of an individual who appeared to be bleeding. He spoke to the individual, who denied medical assistance.
September 4
Officer Combs received a call of an unwanted person at a residence. Before he arrived, the person left. He made contact with the individual and informed them to stay away from the residence.
Officer Combs responded to a medical call of a suicidal subject. He spoke with the subject until medical assistance arrived.
September 5
Chief James Perkins responded to a two-vehicle accident. He provided one driver with a courtesy transport.
Officer Berkshire responded to a business with solicitors in the parking lot. The property owner requested they be asked to leave. He contacted with the subjects, and they left the scene without incident.
September 6
Officer Guidry assisted EMS with gaining access to a patient. 
Officer Berkshire assisted the school with a locker search.
Officer Berkshire received a call of an individual acting strangely on the highway. He located the individual who relayed they would return home. 
September 7
Officer Combs assisted a driver with a disabled vehicle. 
Officer Berkshire received a call of a possible intoxicated driver. He located the suspect vehicle parked at the residence.
Sgt. Roberts responded to a two vehicle non-injury accident. 
Officer Berkshire conducted K-9 training on Delp Road. 
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