Willow Springs Police

June 2
Philip Kildare Barone, Willow Springs, exceeded the posted speed limit.
June 3
Billy Q. Tuck, Talageda, Al., exceeded the posted speed limit.
June 4
Kaya Jefferson, Memphis, Tn., exceeded the posted speed limit.
June 6
Jonathan Ray Rosebum, Willow Springs, illegal burning.
Ryan Scott Wheeler, Willow Springs, exceeded the posted speed limit.
June 7
Heather Dawn Bay, Mountain View, driving while revoked/suspended.
Kyle J. Wake, Willow Springs, exceeded the posted speed limit.
Ann J. Hines, Willow Springs, exceeded the posted speed limit.
June 8
Michael A. Ambrose, Gibsonton, Fl., exceeded the posted speed limit.
Calls for Service
June 2
A ladder was reported in the roadway on westbound U.S. Highway 60. The information was relayed to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
Troop G of the Missouri State Highway Patrol called for assistance in watching a truck that was losing loose boards on U.S. Highway 60/63.
Midwest Walnut reported that someone had broken into a container on the railroad tracks, leaving packages on and around the tracks. BNSF was notified of the situation.
A male subject was reportedly yelling at passing vehicles on West Main.
A caller reported two unattended children in a vehicle at G&W Foods. The vehicle was gone when an officer arrived.
A young girl was reported standing at the intersection near Love’s, holding a sign.
A male and female subject were reported in the roadway near the airport. The information was forwarded to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
June 3
911 dispatch reported that a child was repeatedly calling them.
A well-being check was requested for a tenant on East Park Street. Contact was made with the female subject who stated that she had turned her phone off.
A female subject fell at a residence on West 4th Street and had possibly broken her leg. The woman was transported by EMS.
A woman reported that an aggressive dog was outside her residence on North Pine. Animal Control was contacted.
June 4
A funeral escort was provided from Trinity Baptist Church to the city cemetery.
A well-being check was requested for a female subject on West 3rd Street. Family members stated that they had been able to get ahold of the woman. Contact was made with the female subject who stated that she had been having issues with her phone.
A loose dog was reported at a trailer park on State Route 76. Contact was made with the owners of the animal.
An alarm was activated at West Plains Bank. The area was checked and secured.
A woman reported striking a deer on U.S. Highway 63. A report was taken, and the woman was able to drive her vehicle from the scene.
June 5
A woman reported that her belongings were removed from a home due to an eviction and that some of her possessions were missing. The woman was advised to make a list of the missing items.
June 6
Two subjects were seen near Booster Field prior to the park opening. The male and female subject left the area when they were told they could not be there outside of regular hours.
A male subject reported that he lost a trailer ramp on State Route 76.
A caller reported a fraud.
A domestic disturbance was reported at a residence on East Main. The involved parties stated that the altercation was verbal. No charges were filed.
A male subject on North Grand was reported as lying down and unable to move as a result of an altercation between two juveniles. The juvenile was transported to Ozarks Healthcare. 
A woman reported that the new owners of her home on Grand were throwing her belongings out of the house. The new owner left, and the reporting party was able to collect her belongings.
A woman from a behavioral health group requested a well-being check on a male subject who had made statements of self-harm. The man stated that he did not wish to harm himself.  
A caller reported that someone was banging on her door and windows and was refusing to leave. Contact was made with the female suspect who had moved out of the reporting party’s apartment several months ago.
A resident was cited for burning debris in his yard on North Grand.
June 7
Property damage was reported on East 4th Street. The elements had been removed from the water heater, causing flooding inside the residence.
A caller requested that the Good Samaritan Outreach Center stop reporting that he is suicidal and sending the police to his home to check on him. The man stated that he is not suicidal.
Town & Country reported a shoplifter. The business requested that a report be filed.
A man came to the police department to report a gun that had been stolen about 15 years ago. The man stated that he did not want to be held responsible if any incident involving the gun were to occur.
A woman requested a well-being check for her grandchildren. The woman stated that there had been an issue at their home the previous night. Contact was made with the individuals in question.
A female subject on East Main reported that someone had tried to open her door. No one was found in the area.
A noise complaint was made for someone mowing grass after 9:00 p.m. on North Ash. No ordinance was violated, as it was prior to 10:00 p.m.
A male subject was arrested on an active warrant. The male posted bond and was released. 
A traffic stop near Town & Country led to the arrest of a female subject for driving while revoked.
June 8
Assistance was requested for a female subject who had fallen down a flight of stairs and was reported to be hallucinating at Love’s Travel Stop. The woman was taken to a hospital in Mountain View.
June 9
An alarm was set off at Tractor Supply, though there were no signs of forced entry at the business. Extra patrol was conducted in the area.
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