Willow Springs Police Department

Citations
February 29
Kaitlyn Marie Barrett, West Plains, speeding 11-15 over
March 3
Morgan Lynn Simpson, Kansas City, speeding 11-15 over
March 4
Joe Marlin Reese, Mountain View, driving while revoked or suspended
 
Calls for Service
February 29
Officer Joby Hoopes received a report of possible child molestation. The matter is under investigation. 
Officer Paden Turnbull responded to a report of trespassing. He found a subject suspected of having mental or emotional issues. They declined EMS and he turned the subject over to others able to care for them.
Officer Cary Gates assisted EMS with a medical call.
Officers spoke to six individuals requesting assistance or information.
March 1
Officer Hoopes took a report of a dog bite and forwarded it to animal control.
Officer Turnbull investigated a private property vehicle accident at Cattleman’s Steakhouse.
Officers Hoopes and Cronin responded to State Route 76 for a report of a suicidal subject. The individual went with EMS to the hospital.
Officer Turnbull investigated a private property vehicle accident.
Officers assisted one individual with an animal at large issue.
Officers spoke with six individuals requesting assistance or information. 
March 2
Officer Turnbull received a request for a well being check but did not locate the vehicle in question.
Officer Gates responded to a report of suspicious activity in a vacant apartment. He did not locate anyone in the apartment.
Officer Gates responded to a report of loud music on Bray Ave. He spoke to the parties involved and told them to keep the noise down.
March 3
Officer Turnbull took a death report on Hill Street.
Officer Barnhouse responded to a non injury accident in Snappy Mart parking lot. 
Officer Barnhouse assisted EMS with a medical call.
Officer Barnhouse conducted a safety check on an individual reported to be walking around a church parking lot. The individual received approval to rest at the location.
Officer Hedlesten responded to a commercial alarm. He found the building secure.
Officer Barnhouse responded to South Harris to investigate a non-injury vehicle accident.
Officer Barnhouse spoke to an individual requesting information about an abandoned vehicle.
Officer Barnhouse conducted security checks of local businesses. He found one building with an open door and walked through it before securing. 
March 4
Officer Hocking received a call in regards to a two vehicle accident in a parking lot on West Main St. No parties were injured or vehicles disabled. 
Officer McGinnis spoke to an individual receiving threats and advised them of judicial remedies. 
Officer McGinnis conducted security checks of local businesses.
Officer McGinnis spoke to a driver of a vehicle having mental distress. They refused EMS.
Officers spoke to eleven people requesting assistance or information and issued four traffic warnings.
March 5
Officer Barnhouse responded to a residence for a report of an assault. He completed an investigation and charges will be filed and are pending with the Howell County Prosecuting Attorney’s office. 
Chief Ellison and Assist. Chief Lewis responded to a business for a trespass order violation.
Officer Barnhouse completed paper service.
Officer Cronin conducted security checks of local businesses.
Officers spoke to eleven individuals requesting assistance or information and issued three traffic warnings.
March 6
The Willow Springs Police Department and City Hall tested the tornado sirens.
Officer Barnhouse took a report of harassment. 
Chief Ellison and Officer Barnhouse responded to a report of a vehicle accident. Investigation revealed no accident took place.
Officer Barnhouse conducted a safety check on an elderly person riding a bicycle on Highway 137. 
Officer Turnbull assisted with a dog running at large and dragging a chain. 
Officers spoke to seven people requesting assistance or information.
 
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