Mountain View Police Department

Citations
February 2
Naya Farrell, 20, Mountain View, failure to show proof of insurance
Samantha Young, 30, Mountain View, failure to register vehicle, failure to show proof of insurance
February 3
Brenda Youngblood, 56, Birch Tree, stealing less than $500
Curtis Walton, 66, Birch Tree, stealing less than $500
Kimberly Whippo, 54, Mountain Grove, failure to register vehicle
Christopher Squire, 35, Cassville, failure to register vehicle
Christopher Rowlett, 47, Mountain View, speeding 11-15 over, failure to use turn signal
February 4
Alicia Mansfield, 30, Mountain View, failure to show proof of insurance
February 8
Kristina Killion, 28, Mountain View, expired license, failure to register vehicle
Dawnalehia Norris, 52, Mountain View
 
Calls for Service
February 2
Cpl. Israel Guidry conducted a security check on a vehicle at the park after midnight. He informed the driver of park hours and asked them to leave.
Sgt. Kaleb Berkshire received a request from employees at West Plains Bank requesting officer presence while they were at the ATM. 
Sgt. Berkshire responded to a call of a possible overdose. Investigation found an individual refusing medical evaluation.
Officers issued four traffic warnings.
February 3
While checking buildings, Off. First Class Kylie McGee noticed a vehicle with no registration parked in the parking lot of the Youth Center. The building lights were on outside of normal business hours, and the doors were unlocked. She made contact with the business director inside the building who stated they were getting ready for a basketball event the next day.
Asst. Chief Stetson Schwien responded to a report of stealing at the community outreach building on East Fifth Street. He assisted Lt. Trenton Roberts in taking two subjects into custody for stealing donations. Both individuals were cited and released with a court date.
Lt. Roberts spoke to an individual reporting a deer on Hwy 17 had some kind of net around its neck. He passed the information to the correct agency.
Lt. Roberts responded to a business on East Fifth Street for a theft complaint. The alleged suspects were still on the property, and he issued both a citation for stealing.
Officers spoke with two individuals offering assistance or information and issued four traffic warnings.
February 4
Off. First Class McGee spoke with an individual parked in the alleyway behind Ron’s Restaurant. An interview found the individual putting wood in the stove to their granddaughter’s business.
Officer Alexis Johnson received a report of a bale of hay in the roadway. She removed the hay.
Officer Kristopher Reinholdt received a call to a group of people on East 3rd Street causing a peace disturbance. Investigation found a man later identified as Willie Day beating with his fists on a white pickup truck on the driver side door while screaming at the driver of the truck. When Officer Reinholdt spoke to the subject, he turned and yelled obscenities towards police and began to aggressively approach the patrol vehicle. The subject then used his left hand to throw a punch towards Off. Reinholdt’s head. The combatant continued to attempt to grab the officer, who left the area in order to call for back up. Two deputies and Chief Perkins arrived. While explaining the situation, dispatch relayed information of a burglary in progress at an address on E. Third Street. The residents of the home stated they fought the same subject when he broke into the home and pushed him out. Officers proceeded across the street and met with the subject again. He refused to comply with all commands given to him by Chief Perkins and would pull away when trying to be handcuffed. Chief Perkins and the deputy took him to the ground and placed restraints on him. Once in custody, the subject continued to resist and drop to the ground three times before officers placed him to the back of the deputy’s patrol vehicle. While trying to get him into the patrol vehicle, he kicked both officers in the shins.
Lt. Roberts assisted an individual with information regarding trespassing.
February 5
Officer Johnson responded to a request for an area check after a report of a suspicious person. 
Chief Perkins received a report of a child outside of vehicle in a parking lot unattended. Investigation found the child to be in a vehicle, not outside. 
Lt. Roberts spoke to an individual regarding a landlord and tenant issue. 
Lt. Roberts checked on the driver of a vehicle parked on the shoulder of the roadway. The driver stated they pulled over for safety reasons as they dealt with a phone call.
Cpl. Guidry secured the golf course gates.
Officers spoke with four individuals offering assistance or information and issued two traffic warnings.
February 6
Lt. Roberts responded to Brown’s Farm and Garden to assist with removing a stolen trailer from the system because they had recovered the trailer.
Officers spoke with one individual and offered assistance or information and issued two traffic warnings.
February 7
Cpl. Guidry received a request to contact a juvenile and school principals. The juvenile reported some issues in the home. The Children’s Division will be notified. 
Cpl. Guidry assisted EMS with a medical call.
Officers spoke with five individuals and offered assistance or information and issued two traffic warnings.
February 8
Sgt. Berkshire met with the Children’s Division for an investigation.
Officers received a report of a missing juvenile. They requested assistance from Howell County Sheriff’s Office for the search. Officers located the juvenile later that evening.
 
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