Mountain View Police Department

Citations
December 23
Chawanna McCaa, 31, Pontiac, Mich., speeding 16-19 over
Fallon Sartin, 33, Winona, speeding 11-15 over
Jason Spicer, 46, Hayti, failure to display plates, driving while license suspended or revoked
Rorri Nolan, 21, Springfield, speeding 11-15 over
Don Dodd, 38, Mountain View, failure to stop at stop sign
December 30
Kristina Barnard, 29, Summersville, failure to display state plates
Joseph McDonald, 35, Willow Springs, driving while revoked or suspended
Daniel Woods, 28, West Plains, failure to use turn signal
Christopher Sloan, 31, Mountain View, ATV violations
Dylan McCain, 28, Royse City, Tex., speeding 11-15 over
December 31
Ryche Hale, 28, Willard, excessive breath alcohol content
Mindy Hilton, 43, Springfield, speeding 26-30 over
James Chambers, 26, West Plains, driving while suspended or revoked, failure to show proof of insurance
January 1
David Smith, 20, Eminence, driving while suspended or revoked
Jarhonda Weston. 37, Memphis, Tenn., speeding 31-35 over
William Casby, 49, Mountain View, assault – third degree
January 2
Gary Creed, 47, Exeter, speeding 6-10 over
January 4
Rebeca McGeathy, 34, Mountain View, resisting arrest
January 5
Silas Davis, 37, Mountain View, failure to register vehicle, failure to show proof of insurance
January 6
Noah Reese, 22, Mountain View, speeding 6-10 over
Riley Carver, 18, Willow Springs, speeding 11-15 over
Douglas Wade , 23, Mountain View, driving while suspended or revoked, fail to drive on right half of roadway, driving while intoxicated – second or subsequent offense
January 9
Ronald Graef, 83, Saint Charles, speeding 11-16 over
 
Calls for Service
December 21
Officer Robert Poindexter responded to E. James St for a disturbance. Occupants of a residence stated an individual attempted to enter. Off. Poindexter spoke to the individual who claimed to be looking for someone. 
Off. First Class Kylie McGee conducted a security check on an individual taking items from the thrift store.
Off. First Class McGee spoke with Texas County Sheriff’s Office in regards to a stolen four-wheeler.
Officers issued six traffic warnings.
December 22
Officer Poindexter responded to a commercial alarm. He checked the building and found it secure.
Officer Poindexter secured the golf course gates.
Officer Poindexter responded to a commercial alarm and found everything secure.
Off. First Class McGee investigated a minor vehicle accident.
Off. First Class McGee assisted an individual with reporting an incident that occurred in another jurisdiction.
Sgt. Kaleb Berkshire assisted Mercy Hospital with information.
Sgt. Berkshire checked the wellbeing of an individual.
Lt. Trenton Roberts investigated a minor vehicle accident.
Off. First Class McGee spoke with four separate individuals requesting information. 
Officers issued four traffic warnings.
December 23
Lt. Roberts conducted a security check of a vehicle parked in an alley.
Lt. Roberts responded S. Elm St. for a report of multiple gunshots in the area. He check the area and heard gunshots outside the city limits and contacted Howell County Sheriff’s Office. 
Officer Alexis Johnson checked on a motorist with a disabled vehicle.
Officer Johnson responded to a report of a multi-person fight at Pongos. By the time she arrived, half of the patrons had left, and the other half did not want to press charges.
Officer Johnson investigated a report of gunshots fired. 
Off. First Class McGee spoke with an individual reporting harassment. She directed them to the appropriate agency. 
Lt. Roberts spoke with an individual regarding possible stolen property.
Officers issued three traffic warnings.
December 24
Lt. Roberts received a report of a verbal noise complaint. He did not locate anything in the area.
Officer Johnson received a report of a person running around naked stating that their husband had gone into cardiac arrest. She found no individuals needing medical assistance or naked. 
Officer Matthew Combs assisted three separate individuals with information or assistance.
Officer Combs responded to a commercial alarm and found the building secure.
Officer Johnson contacted the school regarding a broken door at the concession stand. 
Officer Kristopher Reinholdt assisted EMS with a medical call.
December 26
Officer Combs assisted animal control with catching goats.
Officer Poindexter secured the golf course gates.
Asst. Chief Stetson Schwien conducted a wellbeing check.
Officers issued three traffic warnings.
December 27
Officer Poindexter responded to a deer in the roadway. He dispatched the animal and removed it.
Officer Poindexter secured the golf course gates.
December 28
Officer Poindexter assisted in calling a locksmith for a locked vehicle containing two small children.
Asst. Chief Schwien received a report of private photos sent without a subject’s permission. Once receiving the information, an investigation will be conducted.
Sgt. Berkshire issued a warning for a dog running at large.
Sgt. Berkshire responded to a bank with a subject causing a disturbance and making threats against employees. An officer will remain at the bank to ensure safety.
Sgt. Berkshire conducted a wellbeing check.
Cpl. Israel Guidry conducted a wellbeing check.
Officer Poindexter assisted an individual until EMS could arrive.
Officer Johnson arrested a subject for domestic assault.
Officers issued three traffic warnings.
December 29
Cpl. Guidry arrested a subject for domestic assault.
Officer Johnson spoke to the driver of a truck parked in the middle of the roadway. 
Officer Johnson provided information to another agency.
Officer Johnson responded to the football field for a report of juveniles fighting. She did not locate anyone.
Officer Johnson removed a deceased deer from the roadway.
Sgt. Berkshire assisted children’s division with information.
Sgt. Berkshire checked on a report of a baby sitting on a passenger’s lap in a vehicle.
Sgt. Berkshire assisted the juvenile office with an interview.
Sgt. Berkshire spoke to an intoxicated individual from Pongo’s stating the owner sent them to tell the police to not come on private property. The subject continued to be belligerent. Upon speaking with the owner, the individual had taken it upon themselves to come and harass an officer parked on city streets.
Officers issued eight traffic warnings.
December 30
Asst. Chief Schwien spoke with an individual inquiring about restraining orders.
Asst. Chief Schwien took a report of stolen money.
Asst. Chief Schwien took a report of a burglary and began an investigation.
Asst. Chief Schwien spoke with an individual reporting their son missing. The individual will continue to attempt to contact the family member before making an official report.
At the request of Shannon County Sheriff’s Officer, Asst. Chief Schwien responded to Mercy hospital for a report of an individual with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The individual relayed the incident to be an accident.
Officer issued five traffic warnings.
December 31
Officer Johnson conducted a safety check on a vehicle parked in the Fab parking lot.
Officer Combs confirmed warrants for three separate agencies.
Officer Combs responded to a report of an elderly individual who fell and couldn’t get up. He assisted the individual.
Officer Johnson responded to a medical call and stayed with the patient until EMS arrived.
Officers issued seven traffic warnings.
January 1
Officers issued six traffic warnings.
January 2
Officer Poindexter secured the golf course gates.
While conducting business security checks, Officer Poindexter discovered an open door. He cleared and secured the building.
January 3
Sgt. Berkshire responded to Mercy hospital for an aggressive patient. Officer Poindexter later responded for the same patient with the same issue.
Officer Poindexter responded to a call of an individual on the phone with 911 who no longer responded. He found the individual on the floor, unconscious and remained with them until EMS arrived.
January 4
Officer Poindexter secured the golf course gates.
Officer Poindexter responded to an alarm call. He found the building secure, and a person inside suggested the alarm triggered by accident.
Cpl. Guidry contacted an individual with a warrant, and they fled on foot. He took them into custody and transported them to jail.
Officer Poindexter responded to an alarm call. An individual relayed recent issued with the alarm.
Cpl. Guidry located an open door at the golf course. He secured the building.
Officers issued two traffic warnings.
January 5
Officer Johnson arrested a subject for domestic assault.
Asst. Chief Schwien received a report of a dog chained outdoors during inclement winter weather. He observed the dog with no shelter. The owner advised the dog stayed indoors most of the time but would get a doghouse for outside. 
January 6
Officer Reinholdt responded to a noise complaint. He did not locate anything.
While conducting a security check, Off. First Class McGee discovered an individual carrying bags into a store and assisted them.
Officers issued four traffic warnings.
January 7
Lt. Roberts assisted an individual with information.
Officers issued three traffic warnings.
January 8
Off. First Class McGee spoke with a resident regarding an issue between family members.
While on routine patrol, Off. First Class McGee noticed a dog knock over a trash can. She stopped and cleaned up the trash to prevent other animals from getting into it.
Officer Johnson received a request to check the wellbeing of an individual. EMS transported the individual.
Officers issued two traffic warnings.
January 10
Officer Poindexter assisted Missouri State Highway Patrol with locating an individual after a vehicle accident.
Officer Poindexter conducted a security check at finding open city gates. He spoke with the employees there.
Asst. Chief Stetson Schwien investigated a minor vehicle accident.
Officer Poindexter secured the golf course gates.
January 11
Cpl. Israel Guidry spoke with a parent regarding their children using drugs.
Officer Poindexter rendered assistance to an elderly individual.
Off. First Class McGee assisted Missouri State Highway Patrol on a traffic stop.
Officer Poindexter assisted Howell County Sheriff’s Office on a traffic stop.
 
 
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