Willow Springs Police Department

February 18
Ashley Tyner, Willow Springs, domestic assault, fourth degree, first or second offense
February 19
Gaige Moss, Mountain Home, Ark., stop sign violation
Louise Pettibone, Bolivar, exceeded posted speed limit by 16 to 19 mph
February 20
Antonio Armbula, Memphis, Tenn., exceeded posted speed limit by 11 to 15 mph
Michael Wilson, West Plains, stop sign violation
Donald Neal, address undisclosed, exceeded posted speed limit by 11 to 15 mph
Susan Foster, Rogersville, stop sign violation
February 21
Donald Jones, Birch Tree, failure to register vehicle, operated motor vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility 
February 23
Amber Wilson, Cabool, failure to register vehicle
Christopher Marquez, Cabool, no proof of insurance
Nicole Stutzman, Willow Springs, failure to register vehicle
Christopher Jackson, Mountain Grove, failure to register vehicle
Kevin Taylor, Rogersville, stop sign violation and no proof of insurance
February 24
Chelsea Kuhlman, West Plains, operate a vehicle without a valid license
Leonard Beason, Willow Springs, operate a vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility
Janet Longo-Pederson, Willow Springs, failure to register vehicle
Calls for Service
February 19
A man came into the police station to file a complaint that a younger man came near his home and pulled a knife on him and his son. 
February 21
Officer Paden Turnbull met with an individual who wanted to report some messages he received from another party indicating the party had been assaulted. The reporting individual requested a wellbeing check if the party could be located. 
Sergeant Mike Huffman responded to a request for a wellbeing check. When contact was attempted, the subject was found deceased. 
The department was requested to make contact with a caller regarding a child custody matter. Neither of the parties involved resided within city limits. The caller was referred to Howell County Sheriff’s Office. 
Officer John Thomas responded to a 911 dispatch call regarding a man who had fallen and injured his head and arm. The officer spoke to the man who reported that he fell at a residence on Fourth St. and had walked to Casey’s to call 911. He was transported from the scene by ambulance for medical treatment. 
Officer Thomas responded to a residence on Third St. for a report of a subject with a self-inflicted knife wound. The subject was taken from the scene by an ambulance for medical treatment. 
February 22
Assistant Chief Wes Ellison made contact with a man who had been advised by police that he could not carry a sword in city limits. The man felt this prohibition was in violation of his Second Amendment rights. Asst. Chief Ellison advised him that he could carry his sword so long as it was not displayed in a threatening manner. 
A caller requested to be contacted regarding a complaint about an employee. 
Asst. Chief Ellison responded to a motor vehicle accident. The subject was loading his vehicle and accidentally knocked it out of gear. The vehicle rolled and continued across the street. It struck the neighbor’s vehicle. The subject was injured when the open door struck him. 
Sgt. Huffman responded to an alarm at Westwood Rural Health Clinic. The building was secure. Contact was made with an employee. 
Officer Thomas met with a woman in the parking lot of the police station. She was banging on the door of the station and looked visibly upset. The officer called for an ambulance, but the woman refused medical treatment. She was transported from the scene by a relative. 
February 23
Asst. Chief Ellison investigated an abandoned vehicle on the Highway 60 westbound onramp at Industrial Dr.
Asst. Chief Ellison responded to a business address on East Main St. A woman was sitting outside in violation of an ex parte order. She was not to be within 300 feet of the address. The subject sat in the vehicle while her mother went inside to collect her belongings. 
Officer Thomas responded to a 911 call from a woman who reported that her son received graphic images from a known individual. The individual fled from the scene on foot. Officer Thomas searched the area, but did not locate the subject. Investigation continues. 
Sgt. Huffman checked on a vehicle at Tractor Supply. It was broken down and was waiting to be towed. 
Officer Thomas responded to a 911 call regarding a fight on Fourth St. The officer made contact with a man who had blood on his face and hands. The subject refused both medical care and to press charges. 
February 24
Officer Corey Clark investigated a suspicious vehicle at a commercial address on West Main St. Nothing was amiss and no action was taken. 
Officer Ben Bishop responded to McDonald’s for a report of a man in the lobby who refused to leave after being asked several times. 
Officer Thomas made contact with a man walking near the 400 block of West Main. The man was homeless but refused information about local homeless shelters. The subject had no active warrants and no further action was taken. 
Officer Thomas removed a deer from the eastbound lane of E. Main St.

Howell County News

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Willow Springs, MO 65793

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