Willow Springs Police Department

September 11
Korey A Gonzalez, Birch Tree, stop sign violation
Raira Vaz Penna, Marion, Ark., exceeded posted speed limit
September 16
Eva Mae Kollar, Willow Springs, animal running at large
September 14
Chief Bryan Hogan and Officer Glen Moore met with a man and his daughter who described an inappropriate encounter with a sixteen-year-old. 
September 16
The police department investigated a report of counterfeiting.
Calls for Service
September 12
The police department performed a building security check at Booster Field.
September 13
911 dispatched police officers to the corner of State Highway Z and State Highway 76 for a 911 hang-up.  The police officers were unable to locate someone who called 911.
The police department received a report of a careless and imprudent driver.  The reported vehicle was described as a white mustang convertible. 
The St. Roberts police department asked the Willow Springs police department to check the Snappy Mart for a woman with reddish-blond hair and several tattoos.  The woman was reportedly involved with arson in the St. Roberts jurisdiction.  Willow Springs police officers spoke with the Snappy Mart clerk.  The clerk informed the officers that a woman matching the description had left in an unknown vehicle.
A woman called the police department stating that a man and woman were reportedly running from the school area with duffle bags and they appeared to be running from something.  Both individuals were reported heading west on Pine Grove Road.  Police officers located the individuals on Pine Grove Road.  The subject turned and ran as soon as he saw the police officers.  A female subject spoke to police and stated the bag she was carrying was just her purse. She would not identify the man. 
September 14
A police officer observed the entry door to the old car wash building at the Snappy Mart was open.  The officer spoke with the attendant and secured the door.  
September 15
A reporting party asked for someone at the police department to call them back regarding a freightliner semi.  The reporting party had leased the semi while he was in the hospital. The officer informed the reporting party that his concerns were a civil matter since there was a lease agreement.  
September 16
The police department performed a building security check at Booster Field.
911 dispatched police officers for a 911 hang-up, possibly due to a bad line. The police officers were unable to locate anyone at the provided address.
The police department performed a building security check at the golf course.
September 18
Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop G called the police department regarding a woman who stopped in their lobby to ask for water.  A police officer spoke with the woman who stated she was walking to Mountain Grove.

Howell County News

110 W. Main St.,
Willow Springs, MO 65793

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