Willow Springs Police Department

May 21-27
May 21
Any Lynn Keymon, Greenfield, Tenn., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Maximilian Heins Laitner, Kansas City, Mo., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Bruce Allen Morgan, Mineral Point, failure to fasten safety belt. 
Clinton A Reeves, Mountain View, possession of drug paraphernalia, no proof of insurance, driving while revoked/suspended. 
Levi Zachary Lemon, Willow Springs, failure to register a motor vehicle. 
Jordan Dell McDonald, Willow Springs, failure to register a motor vehicle. 
May 22
Rebecca Michelle Alvarado, Humansville, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Jacob D Vest, Humansville, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Joann Burkhead, Poplar Bluff, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
May 23
Melanie Ann Sheets, Mountain View, defective equipment, no proof of insurance. 
Maria Wilson, Mountain View, possession of drug paraphernalia.  
May 25
Adan Nmi Salcido-Guerra, Kansas City, Kan., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Travis K Thornton, Hammond, La., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Curtis G Saxbury, St. James, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Charles A Moore, Willow Springs, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
James R Simonds, West Plains, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
May 26
Wendy Lee Taylor, Willow Springs, stop sign violation. 
May 27
Stephanie Lynn Sparks, Willow Springs, stop sign violation.  
May 21
A Mountain View resident, was arrested for driving while suspended, possession of drug paraphernalia and failure to maintain financial responsibility. 
Officers responded to a possible fight in progress on High Street. Two females were arrested on felony warrants at the scene. 
A man was arrested on South Harris after a short vehicle pursuit for several traffic violations and several warrants for his arrest. 
May 22
A man was put on a 12-hour protective hold, following an assault on North Walnut. 
A man was arrested for distribution of a controlled substance after messaging a covert Facebook page operated by the Willow Springs Police Department. 
May 23
A female passenger was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia during a traffic stop on South Harris. The driver was cited for failing to maintain financial responsibility. 
May 26
Officer Ben Bishop responded to Casey’s for a report of a stolen vehicle. 
Calls for Service 
May 21
A woman called to report that she would be doing a controlled burn. The information was given to 911 dispatch. 
A call was received about a counterfeit $100 bill that was received by an employee at Casey’s. The bill was received, and a description of the suspect was given. 
May 22
A woman called, asking if she could give a puppy to animal control. The woman was told that the information would be given to a rescue shelter. 
Animal control received a call that a dog was in the caller’s back yard and seemed aggressive. The owner of the dog was in the area, looking for the animal, when animal control responded. The owner said the dog had gotten loose. 
Information was called in about a large party that was going to occur in Willow Springs.  High school students were reportedly going to meet at Snappy Mart and leave from there. The information was given to the night shift officer. 
A woman called about an issue with a dog. The information was given to animal control. 
A man came to the police department, saying he had received a package with a check inside. The man had previously received a similar package. 
A counterfeit $100 bill was given to a Casey’s employee. The bill was seized, and a suspect description was obtained. 
May 23
A report was called in on a suicidal 14-year-old male. The subject was taken to the stress unit. 
May 24
A road blockade was reported missing from the Valley Street side of Cherry Street. The rubber ring was located and placed on the Old Springfield Road barrier, as it was in deep water. 
A woman was reported walking westbound on US Highway 60, stating that she was walking to Springfield. The woman was reportedly distraught and needed assistance. 
May 25
A raccoon was reported to be acting sick. The animal could not be located by animal control. 
An alarm went off at Mercy Clinic. A staff member had accidentally set off the alarm. 
May 26
A disturbance was reported at the 76 trailer park. Extra patrol was requested in the area. 
A report of a stolen vehicle was received from a man at Casey’s.

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