Willow Springs Police
Wed, 01/19/2022 - 1:30pm admin
James Howard Miller, Willow Springs, failure to register a motor vehicle.
Sirley Quinonez, Moriarty, N.M., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Ziyon D. Kenner, Bowling Green, Ky., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Leah Marie Griffin, St. John’s, Fl., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Garrick John Hagen, Easley, S.C., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Bobbie Gene Smith, Towanda, Pa., stop sign violation.
Ronald Joe Gibson, Jonesboro, Ar., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Bobby Ryan Sullins, Oakland, Ar., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Tony Allen Beltz, Willow Springs, driving while revoked/suspended, failure to maintain financial responsibility.
Dwight Eric Martin, Couch, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Calls for Service
A woman called regarding difficulty with a custody exchange at Love’s Truck Stop. Once on scene, all parties were cooperative.
An unresponsive male subject was reported at a residence on Center Street.
A glass breakage alarm was activated at Tractor Supply. The building was checked and was found to be secure. No broken glass was found at the scene.
A farm trailer was reported having no working tail lights. Contact was made with the driver, and the battery of the trailer light was replaced. A low battery was causing the light to be very dim.
A report was received of a female subject who had been previously trespassed from a rental property due to a past conflict. The woman was gone on officer arrival.
A caller reported the theft of two catalytic converters from vehicles.
A caller reported that a vehicle had been parked at the city cemetery for a few days.
A caller requested an officer on the scene of a civil situation on East Main.
A loose animal was reported on 6th Street.
A male subject was arrested after a 911 call was received about a domestic assault. A juvenile placed the call, saying that her mother and brother were being assaulted by the mother’s boyfriend. The man was arrested, with charges pending for domestic assault and endangering the welfare of a child.
DFS requested an officer go with an employee to a residence on West Main.
A theft was reported at Two Old Goats Antiques on County Road 1270. A suspect was seen taking items on surveillance footage.
A dog was reported running loose near senior housing on 6th Street.
Extra patrol was requested near a house after the occupants reported that someone had thrown eggs at the home.
Grace 365 reported a theft that had occurred the previous week. Footage was reviewed and showed that the theft may have been related to a theft at another business.
A caller reported suspected animal abuse. An officer was sent to check on the animal.
A subject reported receiving threatening statements from unknown individuals. The caller stated that they had already been in contact with the West Plains Police Department and Howell County Sheriff’s Office after individuals associated with the KKK had been to their residence and made threats. The caller advised that they did not feel safe. Information was provided for a safe house, and a report of harassment was filed.