Willow Springs Police Department
Tue, 01/30/2024 - 2:38pm admin
Colby Lee Kernodle, Alton, speeding 11-15 over
Christopher Lynn Scranlon, Willow Springs, disorderly conduct
Christina Luella Jean Scranlon, Willow Springs, disorderly conduct
Calls for Service
Officers Cronin and Gates responded to East Main for an audible commercial alarm. An officer stayed on the scene to secure the property.
Chief Wes Ellison assisted an elderly person on East Sixth with starting their vehicle.
Officer Cronin responded to Spencer Lane for a report of a domestic. Investigation found it to be a civil issue.
Officers helped six individuals with information or assistance.
Sgt. Joby Hoopes arrested an individual with an active warrant.
Officers Cronin and Gates received a report of a juvenile issue and found the juvenile in an alley and took them home.
Officers helped five individuals with information or assistance.
Officers issued four traffic warnings.
Officers Cronin and Gates responded to a call about the wellbeing of dogs. Investigation found the person located at the address had active warrants out of the Willow Springs. Officer Cronin placed the subject under arrest and transported them to the Howell County Jail.
Officer Cronin responded to Corn Avenue for a report of a domestic. Investigation found an intoxicated individual that possibly took handfuls of medication. Officers managed to get the individual to go with EMS to the hospital.
Officer Hedlesten checked on subjects standing outside. Due to the cold weather, he checked that they were dressed appropriately.
Officer Cronin received a call regarding the wellbeing of animals kept outside. Investigation found the reporting party to have an active warrant.
Officers helped two individuals with assistance or information.
Officer Barnhouse responded to a residential alarm.
Officers McGinnis and Struble conducted business security checks.
Officers helped two individuals with assistance or information and issued two traffic warnings.
Cpl. David Hocking and Officer Barnhouse received a request to check the wellbeing of an elderly person walking roadside. City Hall advised the individual arrived safely and received a ride home.
Cpl. Hocking received a request to check the wellbeing of a possibly suicidal individual. Officers found no indications of any issues.
Sgt. Struble conducted security checks of businesses.
Officers helped six individuals with assistance or information.
Chief Ellison and Sgt. Struble responded to County Road 3780 and assisted Missouri Highway Patrol in transporting a subject who had a warrant out of the City of Willow Springs.
Officers Barnhouse, Hocking and Chief Ellison responded to the area of Z Highway and State route 76, for a report of a physical altercation in progress. Upon arrival, officers conducted an investigation and ultimately issued 2 citations to the subjects for disorderly conduct due to the circumstances of the incident.
Sgt. Struble assisted an elderly person with difficulty with the weather.
Cpl. Hocking took a report from High Street regarding harassment.
Officer Barnhouse responded to North Center for someone concerned they were being followed.
Officers McGinnis and Struble conducted security checks of the local businesses.
Officer McGinnis received a request for a wellbeing check.
Officers McGinnis and Struble responded to a commercial alarm and found everything secure.
Officers helped seven people with assistance or information.
Officer McGinnis checked on an abandoned vehicle.
Chief Ellison and Asst. Chief Lewis responded to State Route 76 for a suspicious person. Investigation found an individual having a reaction to medication.
Sgt. Hoopes and Off. Barnhouse responded to North Grand for a report of harassment.
Officer McGinnis conducted security checks of local businesses.
Officer McGinnis assisted a Howell County Deputy with a traffic stop.
Officers helped six people with assistance or information.