Willow Springs Police

Citations
February 22
Courtney McKenzie McKee, West Plains, speeding 11-15 over
Ian Anderson Deford, Poplar Bluff, speeding 11-15 over
February 23
Scott Edward Wood, Ozark, speeding 11-15 over
February 25
Matthew John Curry, Livingston, Tex., speeding 11-15 over
Ethan Scott Thomure, Sikeston, speeding 20-25 over, operate vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility
Michael Hanson, Willow Springs, failed to register vehicle, operate vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility
February 28
Eric William Ely, Willow Springs, operate vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility
 
Calls for Service
February 22
Officer Joby Hoopes received a report of an older couple selling fake gold jewelry at Love’s Truck Stop.
Officer Ryan McGinnis assisted with Howell County Sheriff’s Office with traffic control. 
Officer McGinnis assisted with a medical call.
Officer Turnbull conducted security checks of local businesses. 
Officers issued two traffic warnings.
February 23
Officer Cary Gates assisted a motorist with directions.
Officers assisted individuals with requests for information or assistance.
February 24
Officer Turnbull conducted security checks on local businesses.
February 25
Officer Barnhouse removed debris from the roadway.
Sgt. Struble and Officer McGinnis conducted security checks of the local businesses.
Officers issued five traffic warnings.
February 26
Sgt. David Struble and Officer McGinnis responded to E. Main St. for a report of a verbal domestic. 
Sgt. David Struble and Officer McGinnis received a report of a disturbance. They found everything fine.
Officer David Hocking investigated a report of a break-in. He found the wind caused damage to a vacant house.
Officer Hocking and Officer Barnhouse received a request for an area check around a business.
Sgt. Struble and Officer McGinnis conducted security checks of the local businesses.
Sgt. Struble and Officer McGinnis responded to a dispute between two subjects.
Officers spoke to four individuals regarding information or assistance and issued three traffic warnings.
February 27
Officer Barnhouse conducted an investigation regarding a child abuse case that occurred on 2/3/2024. Charges will be sent to the Howell County prosecutors office.
Officer Hocking received a report in reference to property damage. Investigation found an individual had an argument with a subject who struck a vehicle with a shovel. The owner of the vehicle wanted to file charges. They arrested the subject and transported them to Howell County Jail. Charges will be sent to Howell County Prosecutor for review. 
Officer Barnhouse took a report of an abandoned bicycle in the area of the pool. 
Officer McGinnis conducted a security check on an unsecured business. He found everything secure.
Officer McGinnis received a request for an area check of a business.
Officer Barnhouse issued a trespass notice.
Officer Barnhouse conducted a safety check on a disabled vehicle parked roadside. The driver had help on the way.
Sgt. Struble and Officer McGinnis conducted security checks of the local businesses.
Officers spoke with five individuals requesting assistance or information and issued three traffic warnings.
February 28
Sgt. Struble and Officer McGinnis responded to a commercial alarm. The manager relayed an employee accidentally set off the alarm.
Officer McGinnis removed debris from the overpass.
Officers Turnbull and Gates responded to Sunshine Village for a disturbance on a medical call. The patient did not require transport and they advised the couple of the twelve-hour rule.
Officers spoke to six individuals requesting assistance or information and issued two warnings.
 
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