Willow Springs Police Department
Wed, 02/10/2021 - 1:52pm admin
Torrey Petty, Columbus, Miss., exceeded the posted speed limit by 11 to 15 mph
Maurizo Rodriguez, Republic, Mo., exceeded the posted speed limit by 11 to 15 mph
Aleksanor Gerasimov, West Plains, failure to stop at a stop sign
Clayton Johnson, Willow Springs, failed to register motor vehicle
Thomas Chaney, Willow Springs, exceeded the posted speed limit by 11 to 15 mph
Misty Lovan, Willow Springs, failed to register motor vehicle and display of unlawful plates
Lawrence Gwaltney, Branson, Mo., operated a motor vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility
Officer Corey Clark was dispatched to an address on East Main St.
Sergeant Mike Huffman pulled over a motorist at Main and Industrial Sts. She was released with a warning.
Officer John Thomas responded to a 911 call reporting a cardiac arrest on S. Center St. A man was transported from the scene by EMS.
Officer Thomas responded to a report of an outdoor fire on N. Grand St. The officer made contact with the property owner who extinguished the fire.
Officer Clark arrived at a domestic disturbance on Highway 76 at approximately 11:00 p.m. On scene, he observed a man and woman yelling at each other. The officer separated the subjects. The man stated that he was trying to leave, but the woman was preventing him from doing so. After being read his Miranda Rights, the male subject told Officer Clark that he punched the bedroom door, broke it in half, and then tore the rest of the door off the hinges. Officers Dustin Smith and Thomas arrived on scene and stayed with the man while Officer Clark went inside to interview the female subject.
Officer Thomas responded to a report of suspicious activity at Crossway Fellowship. The reporting party saw a subject underneath the church van when he pulled into the parking lot. The subject fled the scene in a white minivan. Upon inspection, there was no damage to the van.
Assistant Chief Wes Ellison responded to Park St. for a report of shots fired in the area. Nothing suspicious was located at the scene.
Asst. Chief Ellison responded to a vehicle fire on eastbound US Highway 60. The vehicle was no longer on fire when the officer arrived. No further assistance was needed.