Willow Springs Police Department

Citations
May 31
Sonya Ryna Fiske, Summersville, speeding 11-15 over
Nellie Elaine Collins, West Plains, speeding 16-19 over
June 1
Henry Wesley Winton, Willow Springs, operate vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility
Melissa Ann Shewmaker-Valerio, Karlingen, Tex., speeding 16-19 over
Jeffrey Ray Beuerlein, Jackson, Tenn., speeding 11-15 over
Kimmy Jo Wheeler, McLemoresville, Tenn. speeding 11-15 over
John Thomas Bolster, Naperville, Ill., speeding 16-19 over
Cheyenne Adele Bouldin, Phillipsburg, speeding 11-15 over
Michael J Seib, Jonesboro, Ark., speeding 6-10 over
Jospeh L Comier, New Orleans, La., speeding 11-15 over
June 3
Zachary Anthony Woodard, Miami, Fla., speeding 11-15 over
Crystal Renee Sanders, Paducah, speeding 11-15 over
June 3
Brian James Murphy, Joplin, speeding 11-15 over
June 4
Amber Lee Peterson, Willow Springs, animal at large (two counts)
 
Calls for Service
 
May 30
Officers Barnhouse and Hoopes responded to an address on E. Main for a report of a domestic. Officers determined the incident to be verbal only. They separated the parties and put the 12-hour rule into effect.
Cpl. David Hocking responded to North Pine for a wellbeing check.
Officer Joby Hoopes responded to E. Fourth Street for a suicidal subject. 
Officer Joe Barnhouse assisted Howell County Sheriff’s Office.
Cpl. Hocking responded to East Main for a report of an assault.
Officers spoke to twelve individuals requesting information or assistance and issued two traffic warnings.
May 31
Officer Barnhouse responded to a mechanics shop in Willow Springs for a report of a stolen license plate. 
Cpl. Hocking received a report from Texas County Sheriff’s Office in regards to an assault on a juvenile that happened in Willow Springs earlier in the night. He conducted interviews and made a DFS hot line call.
Cpl. Hocking responded to South Harris for a report of a vehicle accident. Investigation found a vehicle stuck and a tow truck assisting with removal.
Officer McGinnis responded to East Main for a report of three individuals fighting. He did not locate anyone. 
Officer Barnhouse responded to State Route 76 to assist EMS with a medical call.
Officer McGinnis conducted security checks of local businesses.
Officers spoke with four individuals requesting information or assistance and issued two traffic warnings.
June 1
Cpl. Hocking conducted a wellbeing check on State Route 76.
Officer McGinnis conducted security checks of local businesses.
Officer Barnhouse responded to N Walnut for an animal complaint.
Officer spoke to one individual requesting information and issued three traffic warnings.
June 2
Officer McGinnis assisted Howell County Sheriff’s Office.
Officer Hedlesten conducted a check on an abandoned vehicle and called a tow company.
Officer Gates assisted Missouri State Highway Patrol.
Officers conducted security checks of local businesses.
Officers spoke to two individuals requesting information or assistance and issued four traffic warnings.
June 3
Cpl. Hocking and AC Templemere removed a dead animal from the roadway.
Officer Gates spoke to Children’s Division.
Officers conducted security checks of local businesses.
Officers spoke to five individuals requesting information or assistance and issued three traffic warnings.
June 4
Animal Control Officer Templemere issued a warning to the owners of a nuisance animal.  
Officers responded to State Route 76 for a report of a peace disturbance. They did not locate the subject involved.
Cpl. Hocking responded to the hotel for a report of peace disturbance. He found the party gone from the building.
Officer conducted security checks of local businesses. 
Officers spoke to six individuals requesting information or assistance.
June 5
Chief Ellison conducted a security check on an abandoned vehicle.
Cpl. Hocking and AC Templemere removed a dead animal from the roadway.
Officer Gates contacted subjects found at a warehouse on Sunshine Drive and contacted the owners.
Officer McGinnis conducted security checks of local businesses. 
Officers spoke to three individuals requesting information or assistance and issued seven traffic warnings.
 
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