Willow Springs Police Department
Thu, 05/20/2021 - 4:36pm admin
Michael Shawn Efird, Willow Springs, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Richard Martinez Aguilera, Willow Springs, failure to register a motor vehicle, failure to maintain financial responsibility, no valid operator license.
Jamie Lee Vancil, Willow Springs, possession of marijuana.
Wayne Allen Sikes, Anniston, Al., stop sign violation.
Russell Lee Anderson, Erin, Tn., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Aubrey Marie Stuart, House Springs, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Kevin Ray Brashear, Koshkonong, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Terryn Lee Willard, Springfield, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Matthew Thomas Sprinkle, Sedalia, failure to register a motor vehicle, failure to maintain financial responsibility.
John Joseph Harge, Englewood, Co., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Virgil Riley Martin, Galena, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Gerald Daugherty, Birch Tree, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Michael William Delgado, Willow Springs, failure to register a motor vehicle, failure to maintain financial responsibility.
Calls for Service
Love’s reported that two trucks were parked in the fire lane. The operators were asked to move the trucks.
A subject was advised of the violation of an ex parte.
A traffic accident was reported at the intersection on East Main and Harris. Neither driver was injured.
A female caller reported that her ex was continuing to send her threatening text messages, which is a violation of an ex parte.
A caller requested a contact at Adams towing, regarding a vehicle that had been towed.
A verbal disturbance was reported at Willow Springs Villa Apartments. Contact was made with a male subject who stated that he was going to stay with his mother for a few days. A female subject stated that she did not want the man living with her any longer. The male subject took his possessions from the property.
A motorist required assistance at the airport. The vehicle was gone on arrival.
A resident on Park Street reported the theft of firearms. A report was taken. A male subject contacted police later in the day with possible information in the theft.
A woman reported that her dogs had been missing for about three hours. Animal control was alerted to be on the lookout for the dogs.
A male subject was reported to be asking weird questions and scaring employees at Tractor Supply. The man was removed from the property.
A female caller reported that she had seen a picture of a known felon with a rifle. She also reported that she believed the male subject is using drugs. The woman also believed that she had seen the man selling items that she believed to be stolen.
An employee at Simmons Bank reported a case of fraud.
A caller reported a man was walking around near North Ash, looking at items. He was also witnessed entering an unoccupied house. The subject was not located.
Juvenile females were reported near the roadway near Love’s.
A male and female subject were reported to be throwing items at cars. The male was having a medical issue, and an argument had ensued.
A woman reported that she could smell marijuana smoke coming from a neighboring apartment on East Main. The woman believed the smell was causing her baby to have breathing issues.
A well-being check was requested for a female subject at Comfort Inn. The property owner stated that they wanted the intoxicated female removed from the property. The female stated that she planned to walk to Mountain View.