Mountain View Police Department

October 20
Anthony Phillips, 34, Peace Valley, failure to show proof of insurance
October 22
Deborah Mansfield, 63, Mountain View, failure to use turn signal
October 23
Ethan Vanscoyk, 23, Mountain View, failure to obey stop sign
Suzabbe Montague, 51, Koshkonong, failure to register vehicle
October 24
Kobie Bunch, 21, Mountain View, careless and imprudent driving, fail to obey traffic control devices, fail to use turn signal, resisting arrest, exceeding the posted speed limit (51 mph and over)
Calls for Service
October 20
Officer Israel Guidry assisted with a medical call.
Officer Alexis Johnson spoke with an individual requesting an officer contact a family member for assistance after striking a deer with their vehicle.
October 21
Officer Guidry assisted a subject who cut the palm of their right hand with a knife while washing dishes. He provided first aid until EMS could transport.
Sgt. Trenton Roberts responded to W. First St. for a parking complaint. He contacted the driver, and they moved the vehicle. 
Sgt. Roberts received a call for a suspicious vehicle in front of a house. He found the driver asleep, woke them, and asked them to leave. 
October 23
Officer Matthew Combs assisted with a medical call of a subject who was agitated after a seizure.
Officer Combs responded to an alarm call. The keyholder declined to respond.
Chief Perkins spoke with an individual regarding an assault. They discussed judicial remedies.
Chief Perkins took a call reporting stealing. An individual reported their sibling took a bike and cell phone without permission.
Officer Kaleb Berkshire received a call of an individual menacing a victim after a protection order expired. 
October 24
Officer Guidry responded to the parking lot of the dentist office for a non-injury auto accident.
An individual reported an incident from several months ago when someone spoke to her inappropriately.  
October 25
Officer Matthew Combs assisted with a medical call.
Sgt. Roberts responded to Veteran’s Park for an individual living in the park and locking themselves in the men’s bathroom. He instructed the individual to leave the park. 
Officer Robert Poindexter responded to McDonalds for an assault report.
October 26
Officer Berkshire received a call of an individual sleeping on the bench at the park and scaring children away. He found nothing out of the ordinary at the park. 
Sgt. Trenton and Officer Berkshire responded to a call of vandalism. The reporting party stated a subject tore the screen off a window and threw rocks. 
Officer Poindexter took a report of a theft of a TV from a residence.
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