Willow Springs Police Department

April 9
Raymond Lewis Bennett, Winona, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
April 16
Cody Lynn Pemberton, Laurie, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Michelle Patrice Wallace, Evanston, Il., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
April 17
Bethany Chaney, Springfield, stealing. 
April 18
Zachary Tyler Walter, Jackson, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Kevondrae Maleek Lee, Blytheville, Ar., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Latoya Monique James, Trumann, Ar., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Aaliyah Sanchez James, Jonesboro, Ar., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Myron Wayne Messex, Willow Springs, failure to maintain financial responsibility. 
April 19
Ehtan Otho Dale Cox, Willow Springs, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Joseph Luciano Cozza, West Plains, stop sign violation. 
Christifer Ryan Iott, Willow Springs, failure to register a motor vehicle. 
Jason Leon Harris, Pomona, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Calls for Service
April 14
Officers were dispatched to a residence on Park Street for a report of a juvenile being locked out of her home by her mother. When officers arrived, the mother and daughter were both outside the home. The two stated that they had gotten into an argument. 
April 15
Assistance was requested for aircraft fueling. The fuel pump was unsecured for the pilot in need of fuel. 
April 16
911 dispatch received a report of loud screaming from a wooded area near Holloway Drive. The scream was believed to have been a possible mountain lion. 
A resident on West Fourth St. reported someone shining a flashlight in her garage. The woman was advised that extra patrol would be conducted near her residence. 
April 17
A theft suspect was located on Sunshine Drive. The woman was cited for stealing. 
A woman called 911 stating that she was having suicidal thoughts. Contact was made with the woman, and she was taken to Ozarks Healthcare in West Plains. 
April 18
An alarm was activated at Cox Health. The alarm was accidentally activated by an employee. 
A woman on East Main reported that she was being harassed. The woman stated that she will apply for an ex parte. 
A woman who was attempting to purchase picket fencing from a male subject at the airport was advised that the fencing did not belong to the male subject. The male subject was advised to leave the property. 
A male subject was advised to leave a residence on Corn Ave. following a dispute. 
A possible identity theft was reported. 
Assistance was requested for paramedics to aid a female who was having difficulty breathing. 
April 19
An out of state guest at Comfort Inn reported that someone hit his vehicle. 
A male subject was seen leaving objects in the field behind Subway. A witness believed the man could be living in the creek bed and asked that the area be checked. 
Employees at MUNCH asked for a check on a man in a motorized wheelchair. They said he nearly backed out into traffic. The man said his battery had died, and he was trying to charge it. 
A disturbance was reported at a residence on North Harris. The occupants were advised that any further calls would result in citations. 
April 20
Miscellaneous items were dumped on airport property. City crew members removed the items. 
A vehicle was reported parked at Snappy Mart for a couple of days. 
A small terrier dog that was dropped off at Midwest Walnut was placed in the pound. 
April 22
The door on the caboose on Fir st Street was observed open. The caboose was cleared, and the door was secured. 

Howell County News

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Willow Springs, MO 65793

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