Mountain View Police Department

November 4
Daniel Woods, 28, West Plains, speeding 6-10 over
Ethan Vanscoyk, 23, Mountain View, fail to obey stop sign
Fail to show proof of insurance
Didi Drexler, 38, Mountain View, fail to show proof of insurance
November 5
Jordan Averett, 33, Dexter, speeding 11-15 over
Harlee Fisher, 28, Harviell, speeding 11-15 over
Eileen Hall, 19, Wilmington, IL speeding 16-19 over
Sidney Myler, 18, Carrollton, speeding 16-19 over
November 6
Aileen Lindbeck, 47, Birch Tree, failure to display plates
November 7
Cameren Wade, 21, Mountain View, driving while intoxicated
Miranda Fisher, 33, Mountain View, speeding 6-10 over
Patrica Witty, 62, Alvaton, KY, speeding 16-19 over
November 8
Jeremy Charles, 36, Mountain View, failure to register vehicle
Officers also issued 20 traffic stop warnings.
Calls for Service
November 3
Officer Alexis Johnson assisted Howell County Sheriff’s Office with an attempt to locate an individual.
Assistant Chief Stetson Schwien responded to a deer injured in the Highway. He dispatched the animal.
November 4
Officer Johnson arrested a subject for domestic violence. 
Officer Johnson spoke with an individual regarding a custody issue.
Officer Matthew Combs responded to a truck parked at the gas pumps for an extended time. He spoke to the driver and advised them they could not sleep while parked at that location and the business required them to move.
November 5
Sgt. Trenton Roberts spoke to an individual regarding a juvenile issue.
While conducting area checks, Officer Kristopher Reinholdt discovered an unlocked and open door. He cleared the building and contacted the keyholder.
Officer Johnson assisted EMS with a medical call for a well being check.
Officer Johnson spoke to an individual reporting someone pointed a gun at them. The individual did not wish to pursue charges.
Sgt. Roberts received a call of dirt bikes and off road vehicles creating a nuisance in Walmart parking lot. He did not locate any such vehicles.
Sgt. Roberts responded to E. Us 60 for a dead deer on the highway. He removed the deer.
Officer Reinholdt received a report of an assault.
November 6
Officer Johnson checked on a suspicious vehicle. The driver stated they stopped to sleep.
Officer Combs assisted West Plains Bank with evidence of a fraud complaint.
Officer Combs assisted a motorist with a disabled vehicle.
Officer Combs removed tree branches from the roadway.
Sgt. Roberts responded to Henry St. for vehicles pulling into the caller’s driveway. He later determined one vehicle to be involved in an accident with a deer.
Sgt. Roberts issued a permit for a deer struck on the highway.
Sgt. Roberts received a report of an individual wearing dark clothing walking alongside the highway. He did not locate the subject.
Sgt. Roberts responded to Anchor for a disruptive individual. 
Sgt. Roberts checked on a report of a suspicious person on Washington Street.
November 7
Officer Israel Guidry assisted Mercy Hospital staff with calming down a patient.
Officer Combs received a report of a young child on the line with 911. He checked the location associated with the origin of the call and did not locate anyone.
Officer Combs delivered an emergency message to the family member of an individual at the hospital.
Officer Guidry responded to Valley View Apartments for a report of someone shooting a pellet gun. He spoke to the individual finding they had put the pellet gun away.
Officer Guidy responded to a vehicle accident involving a pedestrian. 
The City Wastewater Supervisor reported a break in to officers. 
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