Willow Springs Police Department
Wed, 06/17/2020 - 12:48pm admin
Joshua Lynn Burdick, Cabool, failure to fasten seat belt.
Justin James Rich, Willow Springs, failure to register a motor vehicle, failure to maintain financial responsibility.
Greg R Carter, Mountain View, stop sign violation.
C.C. Church, Willow Springs, failure to fasten seat belt.
Cherish Sunshine Kargel, Birch Tree, failure to fasten seat belt.
Andrew Daniel Bradley, Willow Springs, stop sign violation.
Michael Andrew Miller, Willow Springs, improper turn.
Kurt Douglas McKinney, Dora, stop sign violation.
Susan Marla Grube, Willow Springs, failure to signal.
Jonathan G Morrison, Mountain Home, Ar., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Miles W Mason, Boulder, Co., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Griffin Arnold, Mammoth Spring, Ar., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Lucas K Shelly, Ft. Campbell, Ky., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Dwayne Edward Wessel, West Plains, failure to maintain financial responsibility, failure to register a motor vehicle.
David Lee Counts, Willow Springs, animal health and safety.
Bonita Q Jay, Jackson, Tenn., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Gary A Burke, Willow Springs, failure to register a motor vehicle, driving while revoked/suspended, failure to maintain financial responsibility.
A minor was arrested after a traffic violation. The male subject received citations for being a visibly intoxicated minor, having an open container in a vehicle, failure to register a motor vehicle and no proof of insurance.
Michael E. Miller was arrested for trespassing at an address on East Main. He had previously been removed from the property.
Jonathan Larry was arrested during a traffic stop for driving while suspended, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Patricia Means was contacted, regarding her missing daughter, Crystal Wake. Wake was entered as a missing person.
A woman reported that, while driving home, she witnessed a female subject, whom she has an ex parte against, within fifty feet of her apartment.
Calls for Service
A man reported a traffic accident near Cattleman’s Steakhouse.
The owner of a rental property reported that a tenant left a dog after moving out of the rental property. Contact with the former tenant has been attempted. A maintenance worker for the property agreed to take the animal.
The Willow Springs Animal Clinic reported a family of skunks was living under their facility.
A man called to speak with Chief Hogan about the Willow Springs Apartments.
A man reported that his vehicle, which had been stolen in Mountain View, had been located in Willow Springs. He asked if an officer could retrieve the vehicle.
A report of an unconscious man in a vehicle at Love’s Truck Stop led to a well-being check. Contact was made with the man, who had been sleeping after a long night of driving.
A woman at Willow Nursing Facility reputed that some items were missing from her former home. The items had been kept by her son, following an eviction from the property.
A man called, concerned about a vehicle that had been parked at the gas pumps at Snappy Mart for over three hours. The attendant said the occupants of the vehicle had been playing the game machines and were not causing any trouble.
A woman reported that her neighbors, on the corner of Fifth and Center, were playing loud music and pointing a device at her residence at her home that was causing her skin to burn and her dogs to bark. Extra patrol was requested.
911 requested contact be made with a man on Valley St. whose ex-wife was allegedly harassing him.
A disturbance was reported at Snappy Mart. The subjects were gone when officers arrived.
A man came to the police department, asking if anyone had turned in an iPhone.
A woman requested information from an accident report. The accident was handled by Troop G of the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Contact information was given to the woman.
A woman came to the police department to ask about an ex parte. She felt that someone was breaking the rules of an ex parte that she had.
A female subject came to the police department, saying that her mother had been stealing her Social Security check. A report was taken.
A woman brought pictures from her camera to the police department of what appears to be a man trying to break into her home. A report was taken.
A woman called, saying her friend, who has mental issues, ran away from Snappy Mart the night before, and had been missing ever since.
A teenage male with a long gun was reported near a bank. No such person was located during a check of the area.
A woman brought what appeared to be a live hand grenade to the police department for disposal.
An alarm sounded at Lakeland Pharmacy. The building was checked and cleared.
A static 911 call was placed from the school. An officer arrived to check the building, and found no one was present. A door was found propped open. The building was secured.
Troop G requested an officer to check on a vehicle that slid off of South US Highway 63. There was no damage to the vehicle. A tow truck got the vehicle out of the ditch.
An elderly man was reported missing from an address on East Main. The elderly male returned home, and stated that he called his caregiver to tell her he would be gone.
Loud music was reported near Fourth and Ash. The music could not be located.
An alarm sounded at Jasper Engine. The building was secured.
A subject was reported panhandling in front of Dollar General. The subject was told to cease and desist.
A basketball goal was reported in the roadway. The basketball goal was moved.
A disturbance was reported at Sonic.