Willow Springs Police

June 11
Steve Wayne Rees, Richland, exceeded the posted speed limit.
June 12
Herbert Bradley Wallace, Willow Springs, driving while revoked/suspended, failure to drive within a single lane.
Rachel Payton Rackley, Heber Springs, Ar., exceeded the posted speed limit. 
Bonnie Sue Meadows, Willow Springs, failure to register a motor vehicle.
Calls for Service
June 10
A reporting party came to the police department to file a report about stolen property.
Students from Willow Springs Elementary were given a guided tour of the police department.
A male subject reported that his girlfriend drove off after hitting his vehicle on North Center Street. The man stated that he did not want to press charges but did want his girlfriend trespassed from the property. 
A female subject was reportedly in the parking lot of Dollar General for two hours. Contact was made with the woman, and she stated that she was out of gas. The woman was waiting for her husband to bring fuel to her.
Assistance was given to a Howell County Sheriff Deputy with a subject with an active warrant at Snappy Mart.
June 11
A female subject required assistance while having vehicle troubles at Dollar General. The woman’s brother came to the location to assist her.
June 12
A female subject was arrested for felony warrants from the Howell County Sheriff’s Department on North Cherry Street. The woman was transported to West Plains where she was taken into custody by the Howell County Sheriff's Department.
A male subject was arrested during a traffic stop near on U.S. Highway 60/63 for driving while suspended and failure to drive in a single lane.
A female subject reported a child custody issue. The father of the child reported that he was not returning the child due to a child neglect report filed with the West Plains Police Department. The woman was advised to contact the West Plains Police Department.
June 13
A female subject made a report that her neighbor trespassed on her property and was harassing her. The woman stated that she had a verbal disagreement with her neighbor about the height of her lawn, but the matter was already being taken care of through city hall. 
A male subject called to report a child custody issue.
A male subject called regarding a property dispute. The male was advised that he should only drive a vehicle that is registered to him. 
A verbal altercation was reported at a trailer park on State Route 76. The involved parties were advised to stay separated.
An emergency call was received from a residence on North Walnut. The residence was checked, and everyone there was fine.
A caller reported finding a small child alone on the side of West Fourth Street. While on the phone, the child’s mother came and got the child. The child had apparently figured out how to unlock and open the doors of the home. 
A car alarm was sounding at Randy’s Auto Repair on Main Street. The area and vehicle were secured.
No injuries were reported in a minor accident on the property of Willow West Assisted Living on State Route 76.
A female subject was arrested on active warrants near Snappy Mart.
June 14
A statement form was delivered to Eleventh Street Ridge for a verbal confrontation that was reported between two coworkers.
A male subject and his caretaker were involved in an argument near the intersection of East Main and North Harris. The male subject requested to go to Ozarks Healthcare.
No injuries were reported in a two-vehicle accident at West Main and Ferguson.
Assistance was given to a stranded motorist in the McDonald’s parking lot.
Brinks Security made contact about a residential alarm on Pine Grove Road. The homeowner had accidentally triggered the alarm.
Two alarms were triggered at the West Plains Bank ATM. The area was checked and secured.
June 15
An intoxicated male subject was reported near the intersection of East Main and North Harris. The subject’s father stated that he had broken his windshield and started walking down Main Street. Contact was made with the male at Snappy Mart, and he was given a ride to his residence.
A caller reported finding a debit card in front of H&M Ranch Store. 
Extra patrol was conducted in the area of Booster Field.
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