Willow Springs Police Department
Tue, 07/20/2021 - 2:55pm admin
Brittany Ashten Clinton, Willow Springs, failure to maintain financial responsibility.
Joshua Wade Owens, Ozark, failure to register a motor vehicle.
Austin M. Chavez, Buckeye, Az., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Gage Maurice Baker, Mountain View, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Deanna Pulley, Willow Springs, failure to use a turn signal.
Corey Wayne Beazley, Mountain View, failure to maintain financial responsibility, defective equipment.
Erica Ann Gray, Jackson, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Dillen Renae Lovan, West Plains, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Robert Bruce Asplin, Birch Tree, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Katheryn Nadine Brazeal, Nixa, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Larry Duane Elliott, Norwood, driving while revoked/suspended, failure to maintain financial responsibility.
Victoria Jalene Collins, Willow Springs, animal at large.
Kyle Thomas Davis, Mountain View, driving while revoked/suspended, failure to maintain financial responsibility.
Monica Jo Brock, Plato, failure to register a motor vehicle.
Bat Thanh Nguyen, St. Charles, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Sean J. Gallagher, Jr., Hurbert, N.C., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Shantae Smith, Horn Lake, Ms., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Susan Kim Wood, Lake Havasu, Az., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Charles A. Richardson, Aurora, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Matthew C. McGowan, Picayune, Ms., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Hershel Willard Lewis, Jr., Cabool, failure to maintain financial responsibility, no valid operator license.
Connie L. Worley, Willow Springs, no valid operator license.
Shikra Nicklo Coffman, Jefferson City, stop sign violation.
Silvana Rose Kunkel, Scottsdale, Az., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Calls for Service
A female subject was reported having a seizure in the area of North Center. The woman’s husband had moved the woman to his vehicle, and EMS had responded to the scene. At the time of arrival, the woman had stopped seizing.
Assistance was requested for paramedics in moving a 97-year-old female that had fallen in her home at Sunshine Village. The woman had fallen two days prior to emergency personnel arriving on the scene.
A caller reported suspected drug sales at apartments on East Main.
Howell County 911 reported a hang up call from a residence on West 4th. Contact was made with the occupant of the residence. The male subject stated that this has happened before, but he has no working phones in his home.
The manager at McDonald’s reported a customer causing a disturbance. The customer became upset when they would not put onions in his scrambled eggs.
A caller reported a utility line down on Short Street. The city electric department was contacted.
A resident reported having two dogs come into his yard. The resident told animal control that he would keep the dogs, if the owner was not found. Animal control was to contact the owner of the animals. One dog was observed with a laceration on its hind leg.
A caller reported hearing neighbors arguing loudly in the roadway on Park Street. The caller stated that a male subject had implied violent action against the female, and that the couple argues often. The involved parties stated that they were arguing about money in their back yard, and that the argument had ended.
A woman on North Center reported that a man had walked into her house and asked for sexual favors. The man also pulled out a bag of needles and offered them to the woman’s young children. The woman reported that the male subject left when she stated that her fiancé was coming home. Another woman reported a short time later that a man of the same description had approached her at Ferguson Drug, threatening violence against her husband. The second woman did not know who the man was or what led him to threaten violence against her husband. The suspect was gone on arrival.
A subject started an argument with the manager at Comfort Inn. The subject was asked to leave after making threats.
A resident on North Grand reported that juveniles were walking by their home every evening and throwing trash in the yard. The area was checked, but the kids were not found.
A female caller reported that believed there were people inside her residence. The woman was informed that extra patrol would be conducted in the area.
A report was received about a lost debit card. The owner of the card later reported that Dollar General had found the card and returned it to him.
Extra patrol was requested at a residence on East Valley by new owners of the residence that are in the process of moving in.
A woman was reported sitting near the four-way stop and North Harris that appeared to be crying and possibly fainting. Contact was made with the woman, who seemed to possibly be under the influence, or have a mental issue. The woman stated that she did not need medical assistance, was cooperative, and walked away on her own.
Two males were reported hitting rocks with golf clubs at the old Vintage Floral building. The subjects were gone on arrival. Two males with golf clubs were later seen on West 4th and were advised to not be hitting rocks near buildings.