West Plains Police Department
Tue, 08/22/2023 - 4:16pm admin
Marty Ray Brooks, 39, failure to appear
Quincy Tyler Collins, 27, failure to appear (four counts)
David Christopher Sisk, 20, failure to appear
Donald Wayne Snethern, Jr, 37, failure to appear
Dillion Leedale Stokes, 26, failure to appear
Noah Michael Brewer, 18, failure to appear
Levi Michael Coffel, 27, 24 hour hold
Ninaimone Simone Belleville-Young, 22, license required
Jasmine Mist Mesa, 36, failure to appear
Carlos Daniel Hernandez, 23, assault - second degree - special victim, fugitive from out state – felony, obstruct-government operation, resisting/interfering with arrest for a felony
Jerry C Housley, 62, violation of order of protection for adult -first offense
Terry Ann Richardson, 55, license required
Calls for Service
Officer Martin responded to North Howell Avenue, for a report of an individual looking into the windows of vehicles. He took a report of damaged vehicles.
Officer Heuschelin responded to Butler. The caller reported subjects outside their house messing with a gas line. They transported the older individual to Ozarks Healthcare for a mental evaluation.
Officer Austin Deshazo responded to Cherry Street for a wellbeing check. Investigation found the subject deceased with no suspect of foul play.
Officer Ivie Powell took a report from US Highway 160 in reference to threats being made. Upon arrival the victim reported a male subject had made threats toward him and he wanted to pursue charges. This matter will be forwarded to the West Plains Municipal Prosecutor.
The Southwest MO Cyber Crimes Task Force, HSI-Springfield, and the Stone County Sheriff Department, executed a residential search warrant on Hill Drive in Galena, Stone County. Items capable of storing digital media were seized as evidence. Formal charges are pending the completion of digital forensics.
Officers responded to a business located on Porter Wagoner Blvd. for a report of kidnapping. Investigation of the incident found the alleged kidnapping unfounded. The individual reporting the crime had a mental health crisis. They transported the individual to a crisis center.
Officer Deshazo responded to a business on Preacher Roe Blvd. for a report of property damage. During the investigation he learned the suspect reached out to the manager of the business and came to an agreement regarding the damage.
Officers responded to a report of an altercation occurring on Summit Street. They later transported an individual to Ozarks Healthcare for a mental health evaluation.
Sgt. Joshua Wichowski responded to a residence on West Maple Street for a report of a disturbance. Investigation determined that a subject assaulted multiple individuals at the residence. All parties refused to pursue legal action and declined to cooperate with charges.
Officer Brent Keepes with West Plains Fire and EMS responded to a medical emergency located on Burke Ave. for an infant not breathing. Bystanders and EMS personnel provided medical assistance to the infant but were unable to revive the child. An investigation is active and being conducted by West Plains Detective Division at this time.
Sgt. Wichowski responded to the Donut Palace for a wellbeing check. Investigation determined a subject to be assaulted by an unknown individual. The subject refused to cooperate with charges or the investigation. This case should be considered closed.
Animal Control Officer Brad Jones responded to Lincoln Avenue in regards to a subject advising there were two dogs running loose and that one of the dogs had bitten him. He spoke to an individual who stated that two loose dogs showed up at his residence and one of the dogs bit him. He located the dog a short time later and transported the animal to the animal control facility and summons were issued to the owner.
Officers responded to St. Louis for a call of an individual trespassing. They contacted a subject and issued a citation.
Officers responded to a call for a combative inmate at OZH. They returned the inmate to the West Plains Jail and charges will be forwarded to the Howell County Prosecutor's Office.
Officers responded to Harlin in reference to an individual not breathing. This case is considered closed due to no foul play being suspected.
Officer Deshazo responded to S. Howell Avenue for a report of property damage. Upon arrival, it was discovered property damage had occurred.
Officer Miller responded to Aid Avenue for an agency assist in locating a runaway juvenile. This case is being referred to the juvenile office.
Officer Martin responded to Worcester Avenue for a check subject report. Investigation learned the subjects had a verbal altercation. The parties separated for the night.