Willow Springs Police
Wed, 08/10/2022 - 4:31pm admin
Chayse Starr Jones, Willow Springs, exceeded posted speed limit by 6 to 10 mph.
Sage Macky Letterman, Pomona, failure to register vehicle; operate motor vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility; Wayne County warrant.
Robert Lee Robison, Neelville, exceeded posted speed limit by 11 to 15 mph.
Tina Marie Pruitt, Laquey, failure to register vehicle; operate vehicle on highway without valid license or no license.
Corbin Alexander Keown, Denver, Colo., exceeded posted speed limit by 16 to 19 mph.
Michele Denise Ruth, Olathe, Kan., exceeded posted speed limit by 11 to 15 mph.
Patricia Claire Fraser, Willow Springs, animal at large.
Lisa R. Jaros, suspicion of DWI, failure to register vehicle, failure to maintain insurance, driving while revoked.
Ebony Star Wilson, Jonesboro, Ark., exceeded posted speed limit by 11 to 15 mph.
Michael DeShawn Harbinson-Hennegar, Hermitage, Tenn., exceeded posted speed limit by 16 to 19 mph.
Eric Lee Collins, Pomona, exceeded posted speed limit by 11 to 15 mph.
Incidents/Calls for service
A caller reported an animal that was believed to be stolen. The dog was returned.
The postmaster reported that a carrier was being followed, but the woman was gone upon arrival.
An individual called the police department about community service work.
An individual called the department to ask if her Social Security card had been found. She was told the department would call her if it’s turned in.
A caller reported a stolen animal.
Officers were called for a report of stealing on Garfield Street.
A summons was issued for failure to maintain control of an animal.
A caller requested updates on her stolen vehicle.
A report was received regarding several German Shepherd puppies running down East Main Street toward the police department. Contact was made with the owner.
On routine patrol, officers found the gate to the Coastal Energy rail spur open. Individuals on scene said it was ok as they were moving material.
The department was asked to assist the patrol with a slide-off on U.S. Highway 60-63 near Railroad Drive.
A well-being check was requested on Park Street for a man who reportedly was intoxicated and had opened the car door while traveling between West Plains and Willow Springs. He threatened to jump from the vehicle. The resident said the man had left earlier with his sister.
A report was made by a man who said an individual stayed at his apartment and took a key ring. The keys were retrieved.
A complaint was received from a caller on North Grand regarding a dog barking at a residence. Contact was made with the owner.
Officers were called by the parks department for a break-in at Booster Field. The concession stand had been robbed and there was damage to the girls’ bathroom.
A caller requested information on people parking beside his house.
A caller asked how long an individual has to get property out of a home.
Officers assisted a motorist at Snappy Mart who had been locked out of a vehicle.
911 advised an individual was sleeping in a car in a parking lot on State Route 76.
An individual went the police department to retrieve a lost wallet.
Officers were called for an incident at Love’s Travel Stop. A side-swipe of a tractor-trailer was reported.
Contact was made with the reporting party of a vehicle accident in the county, near highways Z and AA. Damage was very minor; the incident was cleared.
A well-being check was requested on East Fourth Street and officers were advised the individual was out of town.
Officers were contacted by woman on State Route 76 who said her ex-boyfriend was bothering her. The man said he would do his best to avoid her.
An employee of Dollar General requested an officer to look at surveillance footage of a shoplifter.
A man reported he lost his wallet, with the last known place of use at Casey’s.
A caller stated they were having problems with their teenage child shoplifting from local stores. Several options were discussed that might help.
Officers were called regarding a suspicious vehicle at Sunshine Village. The caller advised of a semi-truck parked in one of the lots. An individual dressed in camouflage was walking around it, then got back in.
On patrol, an officer thought he saw an individual behind 5 O’Clock Somewhere. The building was checked, and nothing was found.
The low-water crossing on South Center was checked due to high winds and extremely heavy rain. The crossing was clear.
Head Start reported the theft of a catalytic converter off their bus. It had been started on July 22, and it was on the vehicle then.