Willow Springs Police

November 4
Travis James Spaulding, Lebanon, failure to register a motor vehicle.
November 5
Jackson Grady Turner, Pomona, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Julie Ann Hicks, Willow Springs, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Becky Ann Hager, Colorado Springs, Co., exceeding the posted speed limit.
November 6
Charles Djimy, Jacksonville, Fl., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Anthony Antonio Revels, Willow Springs, exceeding the posted speed limit.
George Gordan Williams, Orlando, Fl., stop sign violation.
Dennis Lynn Stenhoff, Salem, exceeding the posted speed limit.
November 7
Michael Ray Hendrix, Lascassas, Tn., stop sign violation.
November 10
Larry S. Martin, Pomona, stop sign violation.
Timothy Leroy Stiebs, Willow Springs, failure to maintain financial responsibility.
Calls for Service
November 4
A caller reported that a vehicle had hit a parked car on West Main Street.
A caller reported a possible stolen vehicle and was advised to follow up with the Howell County Sheriff’s Office.
November 6
A well-being check was conducted on a male subject on North Center Street. The man stated that he was fine.
Assistance was given to EMS for a lift assist on East Sixth St.
A male subject was reportedly chasing his caregiver down Walnut Street.
November 7
An individual was reportedly slamming vehicle doors near the senior center.
Assistance was given to EMS with a lift assist.
An individual reported a stolen license plate.
A caller complained that juveniles were revving engines and gathering in the 300 block of Main Street. Patrol was increased in the area.
A male subject was reported as having severe stomach pains and numbness in his arm and mouth at O’Reilly’s.
November 8
A well-being check was requested for a female subject. Contact was made with the subject in question. Everything was fine.
No injuries were reported in a minor traffic accident at the Willow Springs Senior Activity Center.
A fire alarm was activated at the middle school. The scene was cleared, and it was determined to be a false alarm.
A verbal altercation was reported on the 500 block of Fourth St.
A male subject was observed near the bridge on West Main and was advised to vacate the area.
A domestic disturbance was reported at apartments on East Main. The involved parties agreed to stop arguing for the night.
Property damage was reported on a vehicle at the senior center.
November 9
A caller complained of barking dogs on North Summit.
A domestic disturbance was reported at a business on East Main.
A male subject reported that someone had called him trying to get banking information from him.
Head Start reported that a suspicious male had walked through the playground. The man was not able to be located.
November 10
A courtesy ride was given to a stranded motorist on East Main Street.
Traffic control was provided while city workers were working on North Harris.
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