Willow Springs Police

Citations
October 29
Michael Lee Davis, Cabool, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Makena Reid Calhoun, Dora, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Dominica Danielle Acord, Neosho, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Travis James Alley, Antioch, Tenn., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
David James Lynn Stevens, Springfield, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
October 30
Kimberley Kay Schroeder, Las Vegas, Nv., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Jonathan Edward Lorence, Springfield, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Cody W. Guffy, Judsonia, Ark., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Bailey Ann Rhoads, Hoover, Ala., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
October 31
Adams Mogka Ombonga, Morrisville, Nc., exceeding the posted speed limit 
Karalee M. Satterfield, Jasper, Ga., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Clinton Cecil Thomas, Jr., Starkville, Ms., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Robyn Rae Bremer, Smithton, failure to obey traffic control device. 
November 1
Sondra Melissa Blake, House Springs, failure to register a motor vehicle. 
November 3
Amanda Renee Metheney, Willow Springs, driving while revoked/suspended. 
 
Calls for Service 
October 29
An escort was provided for a funeral procession. 
Contact was made with a man who was camping near Love’s. The man stated that he would leave the vicinity when the rain stopped. 
A domestic disturbance was reported at a residence on State Route 76. A female had been bitten on the hand, and there was belief that a male subject at the property was under the influence of something. 
Assistance was given to direct traffic while a truck was towed out of mud, on the shoulder of U.S. Highway 60/63. 
A weather-related phone malfunction caused a false call to 911. Precautionary contact was made with a female at the residence on High Street who stated that everything was fine. 
October 30
A verbal domestic was reported between a male and female subject on Main Street. The woman that was involved in the verbal altercation requested to be admitted to the stress unit at Ozarks Healthcare in West Plains. The woman was transported by ambulance. 
A man reported that a driver in a brown truck threw an egg at the U-Haul he was driving. No damage was done to the U-Haul. 
October 31
A woman reported that her 14-year-old daughter had left home without permission, and that the juvenile had been sending and receiving inappropriate pictures on her cell phone. Possible legal options were decided to the parents of the juvenile. 
A caller reported that his neighbor, on Sunshine Drive, was yelling and being loud. An officer responded to the residence, but the male subject refused to come to the door. The reporting party was advised to report if the disturbance continued. 
A possible drunk driver was reported leaving a residence on State Route 137. The driver could not be located. 
Two suspicious males were reported in the alley behind Pizza Americana. Contact was made with the males, who stated that their truck was having battery issues. The two men left, once they got the truck started. 
November 1
A woman reported that she had been sprayed with pepper spray by another female. The victim declined medical treatment and did not want to press charges. The victim stated that she believed the suspect was under the influence of methamphetamine. 
A carbon monoxide detector was activated at a residence on West High Street. A male subject stated that he had left a natural gas fireplace on. Firefighters checked and cleared the residence. 
Contact was requested by a male subject, regarding a child custody case. 
November 2
Traffic control was provided for a school bus that slid off the side of the roadway on State Route 137, near County Road 3780. The bus was towed back onto the roadway. 
A catalytic converter was reported stolen from a company vehicle at the Frito-Lay facility on Split Oak Road. A used needle was also reported found underneath the vehicle. 
November 3
Assistance was given to EMS at a residence on State Route 76. EMS were trying to assist an elderly woman who was refusing medical treatment. 
Possible methamphetamine was discovered a male subject, in a used vehicle he had just purchased. The vehicle had been repossessed. The methamphetamine was taken by police to be destroyed. 
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