Willow Springs Police Department
Wed, 12/21/2022 - 3:43pm admin
Steven Alan Young, Mountain View, failure to stop at stop sign
Logan Adam Davis, Willow Springs, failure to register vehicle and failure to maintain financial responsibility
David Alan Schremp, Poplar Bluff, speeding 11-15 over
Eric Chad Loman, Willow Springs, speeding 11-15 over
Colleen M Dillingham, Lake St. Louis, speeding 11-15 over
Kelly Louise Wise, Willow Springs, failure to stop at stop sign
Taylen Jaquel Mustipher, Clinton, MS, speeding 16-19 over
Terza Joel Davis, Monticello, Ill., speeding 11-15 over
Marvin Dale Mohrman, Willow Springs, speeding 11-15 over
Tre’ Griffin Thomason, Birch Tree, speeding 11-15 over
Kyla N Pribble, Willow Springs, assault
James Keith Roark, Williamsburg, Ken., speeding 11-15 over
Calls for Service
Chief Wes Ellison assisted Oregon County in attempting to locate a runaway juvenile on Oakwood Drive.
Officer Jada Gunter responded to Sunshine Drive for a noise complaint. After speaking with an individual, they turned their music down.
Officer Gunter performed security checks at: FGBC, UPS, Fixtures for Less, American Diesel, the airport, Willow Care, Snappy Mart, golf course, Loves, the city park, football field, and MoDot.
While at lunch at Cattlemen’s Steakhouse, Reserve Officer Jim Hedlesten observed someone choking. He performed the Heimlich Maneuver and called EMS.
Officer Gunter performed security checks at: FGBC, Baileys, Loves, golf course, American Diesel, UPS, Fixtures for Less, and Peterbilt.
An employee of Snappy Mart asked Officer Gunter to check on two suspicious vehicles. Individuals in both stated they were sleeping, and everything was fine.
Reserve Officer Paul McCormick took a report of theft from a residence on East Main.
Asst. Chief Alan Lewis took a report from an individual with a possible ex parte violation. A report will be filed with Howell County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.
Asst. Chief Lewis responded to Main Street and Harris Street for a stranded motorist. He controlled traffic at the intersection until the vehicle could be moved.
Officer Gunter took a report of a runaway juvenile. Later, the father contacted both Officer Gunter and Officer David Hocking to let them know they’d found the juvenile and nothing further would be required.
Officer Hocking and Officer Jake Cronin responded to suspicious activity in the area of Dollar General. A security check was made, but they found nothing unusual.
Officer Joby Hoopes responded to a residence on East Main for a possible intruder.
Officer Gunter took a report from a driver of a truck at Loves regarding harassment from another driver.
Officer Jake Cronin took a burglary report on South Harris Street.
Officer Gunter performed security checks at: golf course, airport, BNSF Railroad, American Diesel, UPS, Fixtures for Less, Willow Care, Baileys, Loves, and FGBC.
Officer Gunter performed security checks at: golf course, airport, Baileys, UPS, American Diesel, Willow Care, city park, football field, and Loves.
Officer Gunter received a call about a horse on the roadway. Missouri State Highway Patrol also called about the horse. No animal on the highway could be located.