Willow Springs Police Department
Wed, 11/03/2021 - 2:53pm admin
Creed Wesley Sewell, Hollister, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Maurice Leshun Mason, Olive Branch, Ms., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Melvin Gene Turner, Elsinore, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Benjamin M. Gehrs, Belleville, Il., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Terry Allen Wright, Urich, exceeding the posted speed limit.
James William Pollack, Springfield, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Gregg Charles Cummings, Murfreesboro, Tn., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Adonis D.J. Lee, Texarkana, Ar., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Susan Rose Stultz, Ashburn, Va., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Aaron David Blake Hass, Paragould, Ar., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Justin C. Jones, Omaha, Ne., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Brittany Dawn Jarrett, Mountain Grove, displaying or possessing the license plates of another.
Sonya Kaye Swope, Cassville, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Calls for Service
A male subject requested a well-being check for his grandchild. The mother of the child had RSV. Contact was made with the mother of the child, and she was advised to call her father.
A suspicious male suspect was reported on Main Street, near Pizza Americana. Contact was made with the man, who stated that he wanted to go to the stress unit. EMS transported the man for medical assistance.
A woman contacted the Willow Springs Police in reference to a stolen vehicle that she believed was at Love’s truck stop. The vehicle was located, was confirmed to be stolen, and a male suspect was taken into custody. Formal charges are pending.
A female subject was arrested at Willow Care on State Route 76 on two active West Plains warrants. The woman was released into the custody of West Plains Police.
A male subject was arrested on an active warrant at Snappy Mart. The man was later released into the custody of West Plains Police.
An unresponsive female subject was reported at a residence on State Route 76. The woman’s husband stated that the woman had been sleeping for almost two days. The husband stated that the woman had taken medication. The woman, who appeared to be having a seizure, was taken by EMS to receive medical treatment.
A suspicious subject was reported near the Frito-Lay facility. Contact was made with two males who stated that they were attempting to get gas for their van. The van was towed after not being moved, and due to the driver of the van having a revoked license.
Extra patrol was conducted near the apartments on East 6th Street. A recliner and part of a chair were observed on State Route 137. MoDOT was notified to have someone pick up the items.
A black mountain bike was located near the football field. The bike appeared abandoned and had a broken chain.
Lawn ornaments were reported stolen at the apartments on East 6th Street. Extra patrol was conducted.
An altercation between two female subjects was reported on 4th Street. A woman was moving out of a residence, with her mother helping. The mother was upset and had started an argument. The mother was asked to temporarily leave the residence, to which she agreed.
A woman reported that she was being repeatedly harassed by another tenant of an apartment on 6th Street. Contact was attempted with the male subject who was allegedly harassing the woman, but he was not home at the time.
A shoplifter was reported at Love’s. Employees were able to retrieve the stolen item from the suspect before she left the store. The suspect had left the location by the time an officer had arrived.
A 911 call was received from a residence on East High Street. When an officer arrived on the scene, it was discovered that the call had been made in error. Occupants of the residence explained that a 911 call was automatically being placed every time it rained or stormed.