Willow Springs Police Department

Citations
June 6
J.M., Willow Springs, operate vehicle without valid license, failed to register vehicle
June 7
Chad Eric Coy, Belleville, Ill., speeding 11-15 over
David Bryan Robinson, Parkville, speeding 11-15 over
Michael Gordan Gesell, Seymour, speeding 11-15 over
Cheyenne Lona Gesell, Seymour, speeding 11-15 over
Thomas Patrick Looby, Fenton, speeding 11-15 over
A.G., Willow Springs, operate vehicle in a careless and imprudent manner
June 8
Michael Edward John Scranlin, Willow Springs, peace disturbance
Sadie Elizabeth Hellis, Lebanon, speeding 11-15 over
Randy Duane Dove, New Castle, Ind., speeding 11-15 over
Andrew Lowell Pieper, Polo, speeding 16-19 over
Joshua N Stites, Cookville, Tenn., speeding 20-25 over
Joshua N Stites, Cookville, Tenn., speeding 16-19 over
June 9
Marlon Derrick Douglas, Memphis, Tenn., speeding 11-15 over
Jacob Douglas Burton, Norman, Okla., speeding 16-19 over
Jeremy Cash Graddy, Republic, speeding 11-15 over
June 10
Ashley Marie Maggard, Willow Springs, prohibited use of license or allow unauthorized person to operate motor vehicle
J.M., Willow Springs, seat belt violation
Keith Eugene Payne, Adairsville, Ga., speeding 16-19 over
Evan Mitchell Smith, West Plains, speeding 16-19 over
Joshua Mingucci, Willow Springs, domestic assault, harassment by phone calls, trespass
June 11
Christina Luella Jean Scanlon, Willow Springs, disorderly conduct
June 12
Dalton Hunter Riley, Willow Springs, seat belt violation
Najee Asmar Abdullah, Overland Park, Kan., speeding 11-15 over
Deborah Jean McCart, West Plains, speeding 11-15 over
L.Z., Willow Springs, seat belt violation
 
Calls for Service
June 6
Officer Joe Barnhouse responded to East Main for a disturbance and medical emergency. Investigation found a verbal dispute over property occurred. Officers trespassed one subject and EMS treated the other who refused transportation. 
Officer Joby Hoopes responded to North Walnut for a report of animal at large. The information will be forwarded to animal control. 
Officer Ryan McGinnis conducted a safety check on subject on South Harris and gave them a ride home.
Chief Wes Ellison and Asst. Chief Alan Lewis responded to East Frisco Ave for a non-injury auto accident.
Officer Barnhouse responded to East Main for a peace disturbance.
Officer McGinnis conducted building checks of local businesses.
Officer McGinnis removed debris from the roadway.
Officers spoke with twelve individuals requesting information or assistance.
June 7
Cpl. Hocking, Officer Barnhouse, and Officer McGinnis received a report at the North Apartments located on East Main St. in reference to a verbal domestic disturbance. Investigation found a subject struck the door and jammed it shut then fled the area and could not be located. Officers assisted in getting the door un-jammed. No charges are pending.
Officer Jim Hedlesten spoke with an individual reporting a missing person. However, they located the person while still on the phone. 
Officer Barnhouse and Officer Hedlesten responded to an alarm on East Main and found everything fine.
Officer Barnhouse assisted a motorist with a disabled vehicle.
Officer McGinnis responded to East Main for loud music and advised them to turn it down.
Officers spoke to five individuals requesting information or assistance and issued five traffic warnings.
June 8
Officer Barnhouse assisted EMS with a medical call. 
Cpl. Hocking responded to East High for a juvenile problem and contacted the parents.
Officer McGinnis responded to a verbal domestic on West Fourth.
Cpl. Hocking issued a summons to court for an assault taking place on West Fourth.
Officer McGinnis conducted a wellbeing check.
Officer McGinnis conducted security checks of local businesses.
Officer Hedlesten assisted a stranded motorist.
Cpl. Hocking conducted a wellbeing check and found everything fine.
Officer McGinnis conducted security checks of local businesses.
Officers spoke to an individual requesting assistance and issued three traffic warnings.
June 9
Sgt. Struble took a report of a stolen bicycle from West Ninth.
Officer McGinnis gathered information of a power outage for the electric department on Industrial Drive.
Officer Hedlesten received information that the safety cones set for flooding washed away at North Cherry and Jason Streets.
Officers conducted security checks on local businesses.
Sgt. Struble received a report of a stolen bicycle on West Ninth.
Officers spoke to three individuals requesting information or assistance and issued one traffic warnings.
June 10
Officers conducted security checks of local businesses. 
Officers spoke to nine individuals requesting information or assistance and issued four traffic warnings.
June 11
Cpl. Hocking responded to a verbal domestic located on State Route 76. He arrested one subject for failing to comply with officer orders.
Cpl. Hocking conducted a wellbeing check and found everything fine.
Officers conducted security checks of local businesses.
Officers spoke to eight individuals requesting information or assistance and issued one traffic warning.
June 12
Officers responded to East Main for an alarm call.
Officer Barnhouse assisted Show Me Power with an abandoned vehicle blocking the roadway.
Officer McGinnis conducted security checks of local businesses.
Officers spoke to eight individuals requesting information or assistance and issued one traffic warning.
 
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