West Plains Police Department

April 24
Anthony Lee Pharrow, 63, license required, resisting arrest
Rodney A Fox, receiving stolen property-felony
April 27
Travis A Anderson, 33, domestic assault-third degree, endanger welfare of child - create substantial risk - first deg - first off - no sexual conduct 
Samantha Lee Smith, 50, domestic assault-second degree
April 28
Dustin Lynn Jewell, 37, stealing-felony
Calls for Service
April 24
Officer Heuchelin responded to Walnut Street for a report of a stolen license plate. 
Officers responded to Grove Street regarding a subject not breathing. The individual was found to be deceased. 
Officer Jacob Brixey responded to Carte Square, to a report of a hit-and-run accident. Later that day, Officer Brixey made contact with the suspect and determined it was an accidental crash. This case is closed due to the victim not wanting to pursue charges. 
Sgt. Colter Reid responded to Westway Street in reference to a report of a stealing incident. He identified a possible suspect, and the case remains open pending further investigation.
April 25
Officer Ivie Powell responded to McFarland in reference to a deceased person. No foul play is suspected.
Officer Joel Lovelace responded to Hull Street for a report of child endangerment. This case is open and under investigation.  
An individual reported to Sgt. Brandon Romans someone stole money from his bank account. This incident is under investigation.
Sgt. Romans responded to Monks Street for a domestic situation. He found a married couple in a verbal argument. No charges are expected.
School Resource Officer Connor Burnes received a report that a juvenile threatened to harm others. This case will be forwarded to the Juvenile Office.
Corp. Micah McKemie took a report of an assault that occurred on Preacher Roe Blvd. This case is under investigation.
Officer Heuchelin took a report of an assault. The case will be forwarded to the Howell County Prosecutors Office for formal charges.  
April 26
Officers responded for a subject in crisis located on Olden. The juvenile reported they had taken medication so they could die. EMS transported the subject for treatment.
Animal Control Officer Brad Jones responded to Allen Street regarding a loose dog. He located and transported to the animal control facility. A short time later, he contacted the owner and summons were issued for the dog running loose and failing to obtain a dog license or tag. 
Officer Brent Keepes responded to Jackson Street for a verbal domestic. Investigation found that a domestic assault had occurred between spouses. Charges are being sought. 
Officer Powell responded to US Highway 63 in reference to a theft report. He spoke with the victim who advised an unknown person had entered his storage unit and stole items from within it. This matter remains open and under investigation. 
April 27
Officer Whitley Clark responded to Olden Street regarding a suspended juvenile refusing to leave the property. She transported the juvenile to the Juvenile Office where they were released to a parent. This case has been forwarded to the Juvenile Office.
Det. Joe Neuschwander, Southwest MO Cyber Crimes Task Force, HSI-Springfield, and the Jasper County Sheriff Department executed a residential search warrant on County Lane 194 in Carterville, concerning the sexual exploitation of children. The investigation is on-going.  
Officers responded to E Dixon Street in reference to an individual screaming for help. Upon arrival Officers determined the situation to be a domestic assault and arrested a subject based on being the primary aggressor. The subject later damaged jail property. Charges are being sought. 
Officer Lovelace responded to Holiday Lane for a report of identity theft. The case is open and under investigation. 
April 29
Officer Lovelace responded to Holiday Lane for a report of a sexual offense. The incident is open and under investigation. 
Officer Barrett responded to Burke Avenue Apartments for a report of a check well-being of a child found outside the apartment by a tenant and who could not make contact with the mother. The child’s grandmother stated her concerns of the child being outside and unattended. This report will be forwarded to the Howell County Prosecutor’s Office for review. 
Cpl. McKemie received a report of property damage on Hynes Street. He identified a suspect and charges will be sought.
April 30
Officer Martin responded to Worley Drive, for a report of a business alarm. A security check found a door to be open. Officers secured the building.
Officer Stephens responded to Burke Avenue for a report of a subject wishing to harm themselves. The individual locked themselves in a bedroom and had assaulted their father when he attempted to enter the room. EMS transported the individual to Ozarks Healthcare for a mental evaluation.  
Officer Siegrist took a report of harassment.
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