Willow Springs Police Department
Wed, 01/11/2023 - 2:06pm admin
Noah Alexander Woolard, Denver, Colo., speeding 11-15 over
Brian Daniel Pacheco, Kansas City, Kan., speeding 11-15 over
Sedrik Lee Collins, Willow Springs, speeding 11-15 over
James Allan Peterson, West Plains, failure to register vehicle
Chelzey Dawn Moore, Mountain View, failure to register vehicle
Andrew Michael Wiggins, Lanexa, Va., speeding 20-25 over
Mason Ray Blanks, Eminence, failure to register vehicle
Julianna Hudson Griger, Houston, Tex., speeding 11-15 over
Ashley M Munson, Lincoln, Neb., speeding 16-19 over
Christopher Jean-Pierre Blackburn, Mt. Vernon, Mo., speeding 11-15 over
Gary Jewell Nelson, Hollister, Mo., failure to stop at a stop sign
Abraham Garcia, Willow Springs, operate vehicle with no valid license, failure to register vehicle, fail to maintain financial responsibility, no seat belt
Sarah Joanna Bullock, Willow Springs, defective headlight
William Patrick Bryant, Mountain Grove, display plates of another, failure to maintain financial responsibility, failure to register vehicle
Jessica Lynn Orchard, West Plains, fail to stop at stop sign, no seat belt
Loren M Steele, Elk Creek, speeding 11-15 over
Federico A Valerio, Omaha, Neb., speeding 11-15 over
Natasha Leann Makhtany, West Plains, speeding 16-19 over
Joshua N Dickens, Rogersville, speeding 11-15 over
Calls for Service
Officer Jada Gunter received information about a suspicious person in the area of East Main. She was unable to locate the person. The caller requested extra patrol for the night.
Chief Wes Ellison and Assistant Chief Alan Lewis assisted with a stray dog in the area of Fourth Street. The owner advised they would secure the dog.
Assistant Chief Lewis responded to East Main for a residential alarm. He found the outside of the residence secure.
Officer David Hocking and Jack Cronin responded to a suspicious person outside of a residence. They discover the residence to be a condemned building. The person left without further assistance.
Officer Gunter responded to Loves for a suspicious person. She identified the subject as one previously spoken to by officers. Loves requested the person trespassed from the business.
Officer Jim Hedlesten responded to Sassafrass Street for a possible water break. 911 made contact with the Water Department.
Officer Cary Gates noticed a driver changing a tire and offered assistance. He stayed with the driver until help arrived.
Medical personnel responded to a residence on Shady Lane to transport a patient to Springfield. They had to unexpectedly change to Ozarks Healthcare and requested police contact family members to relay the change. Officer Hedlesten did not locate any family members at the residence.
Officer Paul McCormick responded to a residence on High Street for a verbal domestic. The couple involved separated for the night.
Officer Hedlesten responded to a local bank for an alarm. He found the building secure.
Assistant Chief Lewis responded to a business on East Main regarding a suspicious person. After investigating, he found the person to be an employee.
Officer Joe Barnhouse responded to a business on East Main with a silent alarm. He made contact with a cleaning person. Officer Barnhouse secured the building and spoke with a keyholder. No further investigation needed.
Officer Gunter responded to Loves for a complaint of a person that would not leave. After investigating she found the same subject to the one trespassed from the property. Officer Gunter and Officer Cronin located the subject walking roadside. The subject refused all offers of assistance from the police and stated he would walk to another business in town as he knew the owner.
Officer Cronin completed security checks at: Town and County, football field, Jasper, Booster Field, D and C Plumbing, FGBC, Loves, Snappy Mart, Lighthouse Church, airport, pool, city park, Bear Drive businesses, Baileys and US Bank.
Officer Gunter completed security checks at: Willow Care, American Diesel, and locked the golf course.