Willow Springs Police

July 17
Camron Emmitt Dunn, Ozark, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Devan Q. Baxter, Tallahassee, Fl., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
July 19
Dustin E. Baldridge, Hardy, Ar., failure to register a motor vehicle. 
Calls for Service
July 15
A woman reported that persons that were staying with her had taken keys to her vehicle, $200 cash and a handgun. Charges against the male and female suspects were forwarded to the Howell County Prosecutor. 
July 18
A male subject with an active warrant was arrested on West 4th Street and was transported to the Howell County Jail. 
July 19
An individual called from Love’s, stating that there were people in the store making a scene. They requested that the individuals be cleared from the business. 
A woman on East Valley reported that she believed someone was looking into her windows. No one was found at the scene. 
Love’s reported that they believed there were people that were trying to squat next to the store. Contact was made with the individuals who stated that they were just trying to keep their dogs from burning their feet on the pavement. 
A false alarm was reported at West Plains Bank.
A male subject was taken into custody on an outstanding warrant. The male was bonded on the matter with no additional charges. 
A male subject was taken into custody on a Texas County Warrant. The man was transported to the Howell County Jail. 
July 20
Two juvenile females with a dog were reported in the alley near Cross Hairs. The subjects were gone upon arrival. 
A domestic disturbance was reported on East Main Street. The reporting party later called to say that a male subject left the scene and that the issue had been resolved.
A woman called for a well-being check for her 17-year-old son. No contact was made at the residence in question. 
A well-being check was requested for a female subject that had been recently released from Ozarks Healthcare. The subject in question stated that she was fine. 
A caller reported seeing a male subject lying in the grass near Love’s. The male was fine and was asked to move off the side of the highway to a grassy area for safety reasons. 
An infant was reportedly not breathing on North Grand. Contact was made and the infant was fine. 
A female subject on East Valley reported that she wished to admit herself to the hospital. The woman was transported to West Plains. 
A residential alarm was reported on Park Street. It was determined that it was a false alarm. 
An abandoned truck was reported on U.S. Highway 60/63. 
A female subject was arrested for driving while revoked/suspended on East Main Street. 
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