Willow Springs Police Department

December 30
Peyton Tyler Hughes, Mountain Home, Ark., speeding 11-15 over 
M. Rachel Felton, Birmingham, Ala., speeding 11-15 over
December 31
Christina Leanne Schull, Union Point, Ga., speeding 11-15 over 
Scottie DeWayne Mack, Memphis, Tenn., speeding 31-15 over 
Daniel Shane Jones, Cottondale, Ala., speeding 16-19 over 
January 1
Jeb Luther Tennille, Dunlap, Tenn., speeding 11-15 over 
Robert Mark Daddio, Miami, Fla., speeding 11-15 over 
Matthew Alexander Cash, Willow Springs, failure to register vehicle
January 2
James Michael Bryant, Jackson, Tenn., speeding 20-25 over
Paul Braden Sferro, Bardstown, Ken., speeding 11-15 over 
Marie D Gonzalez, Senath, Mo., speeding 11-15 over 
January 3
Charlene M Hernandez, Willow Springs, animal at large
Robert Wendell, Brooksville, Miss., speeding 20-25 over 
January 4
Logan Dwight Holt, St. James, Mo., speeding 16-19 over 
Anthony Antonio Revels, Willow Springs, fail to stop at stop sign
January 5
Collin James Roberts, Buffalo, Mo. speeding 11-15 over
Calls for Service
December 30
Officer Jada Gunter assisted a stranded motorist on Industrial Drive. 
Officer Gunter responded to a business on East Main for a break in. 
December 31
Officer Gunter completed security checks at: golf course, airport, Willow Care, Baileys, UPS, Fixtures for Less, American Diesel, Fixtures for Less,  and Loves.
Officer Gunter found an open door at a business on South Center and requested assistance from another agency in checking the building. Dispatch eventually made contact with the owner. 
Officer Wade Bloomer responded to a residence on East Main with loud music. The individual agreed to turn the music down.
January 1
Officer Gunter completed security checks at: locked the golf course, FGBC, Loves, Baileys, MFA Agri Services, MacIntosh, UPS, Fixtures for Less, Peterbilt, airport, American Diesel, Turner Drive, and Willow Care. 
Officer Jim Hedlesten responded to a residence on North Ash for a medical emergency. He found an intoxicated person who refused EMS transport. 
During regular patrol, Officer Barnhouse found an open door at an abandoned residence on Turner Drive. Investigation found no one in the area. He secured the door as well as possible.
January 2
Officer Jake Cronin responded to an alarm at a business on Willow Road. He discovered a possible forced entry to a door. Video evidence revealed a suspect. A report will be forwarded to the Howell County Prosecuting Attorney. 
Officer Joe Barnhouse responded to an alarm at a business on Hill Street. He found a cleaning crew and made contact with the manager. 
Officer Barnhouse responded to Tractor Supply for a report of a dangerous dog. He located the owner and secured the animal. 
Officer Cronin completed security checks at: MidWest Walnut, Turner Drive homes, pool facilities and football field, America Legion Post, Trinity Baptist Church, Church of Christ, Lee’s Tire, Hanks Garage, Foster’s Auto, MFA Agri, dollar stores, MFA Oil, Town and Country, West Plains Bank, Brody’s, Baileys, diesel shop, license office, Randy’s, Cox Health, funeral home, White Industries, Subway Plaza, airport, Loves, G & W Headquarters, and school facilities. 
January 3
Officer Cronin completed security checks at: Turner Drive, Subway Plaza, Bear Drive, Lee’s Tire, White Industries, Booster Field, Loves, Jasper, G and W Headquarters, MidWest Walnut, Snappy Mart, Randy’s, Hanks, Cox, the industrial building on Sunshine Drive, Town and Country, MFA Agri, Fosters, dollar stores, Coulters, D & C Plumbing, storage sheds on East Main, all banks, MUNCH, and 5 O’Clock Somewhere. 
Officers Barnhouse and Cary Gates responded to State Route 76 for a person who had previously been trespassed from the property. At that time, they were unable to locate the suspect. Later, Officer Barnhouse made contact and reminded the suspect of the trespass order. 
January 5
Officer Cronin completed security checks at businesses on East Main. 
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