West Plains Police Department

Citations
January 25
James L Albritton, Thayer, speeding 11-15 over
Dustin J Drumright, Caruthersville, speeding 11-15 over
January 26
Albert Lee Burton, Somerset, Ken., speeding 11-15 over
Bradley A Cobel, Springfield, speeding 11-15 over
Beverly Ann Lyautey, Hillsboro, Tenn., speeding 11-15 over
Levi Jedediah Williams, Jefferson City, speeding 16-19 over
Caroline P Tarbell, New Castle, NH speeding 11-15 over
January 28
Christopher Cash Keeling, Purdy, speeding 11-15 over, fail to display plates
Katharine Claire Beishir, St. Louis, speeding 11-15 over
James O Pike, Marion, Ark., speeding 11-15 over
Joseph Kirby Cook, Plato, speeding 6-10 over
January 30
Kristina Danielle Killion, Mt. View, operate motor vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility, no valid license, possession of drug paraphernalia
January 31
D. B., Pomona, careless and imprudent driving
 
Calls for Service
 
January 25
Officer Ryan McGinnis responded to Post Oak Drive for a possible domestic.
Officer Cary Gates removed debris from the road on East Main.
Officers assisted an over-sized load through the four-way intersection.
Asst. Chief Alan Lewis responded with the fire department to Pine Grove Road for a report of smoke. Investigation found the homeowner burning wire. He informed the owner of city ordinances and Department of Natural Resources had regulations against the burning of such material and to extinguish the fire.
Officer Jake Cronin assisted Cabool Police with a missing person report.
January 26
Officer Jim Hedlesten assisted the school with an active shooter drill by blocking the roadway.
January 27
Officers issued two traffic warnings.
January 28
Officer Barnhouse responded to a report of harassment. At this time, the incident is under further investigation. Officer David Hocking received a request to check the wellbeing of an intoxicated subject that called 911. The subject refused medical assistance and he advised them not to call 911 unless in case of an emergency.
Officer Joe Barnhouse checked on the wellbeing of an individual after a verbal altercation.
Officers McGinnis and Struble conducted security checks of local businesses. 
Officer issued six traffic warnings.
January 29
Officers Barnhouse, Hocking and Sgt. Struble responded to an address on E. Main St. for a report of a 911 hang up. Investigation found a dispute occurred, however, both parties were uncooperative and would not give the officers any information.
Officers McGinnis and Struble responded to an alarm on East Main. They found everything secure.
Officers Hocking, Barnhouse, and Struble responded to an altercation on East Main. They found one subject with a head wound and a broken window on the residence. The occupants refused medical treatment or to cooperate with officers. 
Officers McGinnis and Struble conducted security checks of local businesses. 
Officers issued three traffic warnings. 
Officers helped individuals with information or assistance.
January 30
Officer McGinnis and Sgt. Struble responded to Corn Ave for a verbal domestic. The parties were separated for the night, and the 12-hour rule invoked. No charges will be filed.
Officer Hocking conducted a traffic stop at Loves. Investigation found the driver did not have a valid drivers license and could not provide proof of insurance. Officers required the vehicle to be towed. Inventory of the vehicle located drug paraphernalia. 
Officer Barnhouse responded to Coastal Drive for an alarm. They found the building secure.
Officer Barnhouse assisted EMS with a medical call. 
Officers McGinnis and Struble conducted security checks of local businesses.
Officers helped 12 individuals with information or assistance.
January 31
Officer McGinnis received a report of a driver doing donuts in the pool parking lot. The matter is under investigation.
Officers assisted Texas County Sheriff’s Office with an investigation.
Officer Turnbull assisted EMS with a medical call.
Officer Turnbull conducted security checks of local businesses. 
Officers helped four individuals with information or assistance. 
Officers issued two traffic warnings.
 
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