Willow Springs Police

July 22
Samantha Lynn Deardorff, Springfield, driving while revoked/suspended.
Jacob Lee Teague, West Plains, possession of drug paraphernalia.
July 23
Jack Lee Poth, Tulsa, Ok., exceeded the posted speed limit.
July 24
Felisa Michele White, Caruthersville, exceeded the posted speed limit.
Tyler James Pipkin, Palm Coast, Fl., exceeded the posted speed limit.
July 25
Cheyann Olivia Farrokhian, Willow Springs, failure to register a motor vehicle.
July 27
Leonard James Beason, Willow Springs, failure to register a motor vehicle.
Calls for Service
July 22
A female subject reported that her license plates were stolen.
A male subject reported a custody dispute.
A driver was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia during a traffic stop on U.S. Highway 6063.
July 23
A well-being check was requested for a female subject at Casey’s who appeared scared and had no shoes. The woman stated that she did not need help.
Dogs were reported running loose in the area of Garfield. No animals were found in the area.
July 24
Fixture for Less reported the theft of seventeen aluminum wheels.
A peace disturbance was reported at apartments on State Route 76. The reporting party complained of loud music being played late at night.
A female subject reported her intent to file kidnapping charges against the father of her son, due to the child not visiting her. The minor child has indicated that he does not want to visit his mother. 
Assault and property damages were filed against a male subject who appeared distressed and wielding a metal pipe. The man began striking a building on Main Street, then threw the pipe at the responding officer, striking him in the leg. The man was taken to the hospital after making statements of self-harm.
July 25
Grace 365 reported a shoplifter in the store.
A juvenile female subject was trespassed from a property on Grand. The resident at the location had engaged in a verbal argument with the juvenile and reported that she was threatened by the juvenile.
A set of keys were found in the parking lot at Subway.
911 called for EMS and an officer to respond to Love’s Travel Stop for an elderly male who did not know his name or where he was. The man was wearing a hospital bracelet.
A large cooler was reported in the roadway on U.S. Highway 60/63.
A caller reported seeing an animal outside with no water or shelter on 9th Street.
A male subject was charged with interference of custody by the county prosecutor’s office.
July 26
A female subject requested a ride, stating that a subject was throwing rocks at her. Contact was unable to be made with the alleged assailant
.Officers responded to a vehicle accident involving a deer on U.S. Highway 60/63. The driver was not injured, and the vehicle was towed from the area.
A female subject was arrested after striking a male subject in the head with a rock during an argument on South Harris. The male received minor injuries and refused medical treatment.
July 27
A resident on Garfield was advised that she has more dogs than allowed in the city limits.
911 received a hang-up call from a verbal domestic on East Main. The couple reported that they were arguing about making a formula bottle for a baby. Both parties agreed to stop arguing for the night.
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