Willow Springs Police Department

February 16
Elizabeth Ann Tracy, Arkansas City, Kan. speeding 11-15
February 17
Dylan Scott Dailey, Goodlettsville, Tenn., speeding 11-15 over
Courtney Renee Shanks, Kansas City, Mo., speeding 16-19 over
Danielle Nicole Berry, Poplar Bluff, speeding 11-15 over
February 18
Anglique Desire Woods, Gadsden, Ala., speeding 11-15 over
Hilda Melissa Mora, Palatine, Ill., speeding 11-15 over
Catherine Ann Hull, Willow Springs, speeding 11-15 over
Holden Gene Hahn, Van Buren, speeding 16-19 over
Zarrius Dashun Travis, Hattiesburg, Miss., speeding 11-15 over, failure to maintain financial responsibility
February 19
Seth Austin Hicks, Joplin, speeding 11-15 over
Nathaniel Joseph Mann, West Plains, failure to maintain financial responsibility
Paul Ray Pufahl, Memphis, Tenn., speeding 16-19 over
Vicki Gayle Miller, Nashville, Tenn., speeding 31-15 over
Carol Renay Asberry, Caulfield, speeding 6-10 over
Kelsie Jean McKinney, Virginia Beach, Va., speeding 20-25 over
February 20
Eric Joseph Henningfeld, Birmingham, Ala., speeding 11-15 over
Nathaniel S Corbitt, Camden, Tenn., speeding 11-15 over
Umair Abrar, Holton City, Tex., speeding 16-19 over
Lily Grace Flint, Lee Summit, speeding 11-15 over
Jarvies Wilson, West Plains, speeding 20-25 over
Calls for Service
February 16
Officer Gates responded to Ash Street for a report of a child stuck in a chair. The child freed themselves before fire and EMS could arrive.
Officer Hoopes assisted DFS with a home visit.
February 17
Officer Hoopes received a call of suspicious activity from a business on Main Street. The owner of the business found a juvenile near the dumpster in need of clothes and shoes. The owner provided clothing items and food. A subject picked up the juvenile, but the owner wanted to report the incident for possible neglect. 
Officer Hoopes assisted a caller with a possible violation of a protection order.
February 18
Officers Cronin and Gates responded to North Grand for a domestic assault. They arrested the aggressor, booked and then released them, having complied with the 12-hour. A short time later they were called back to the residence. Officers Cronin and Gates transported the subject to Howell County Jail for a 24-hour hold.
Officer Hedlesten worked a non-injury accident at Loves Travel Center.
February 19
Officer Hocking responded to North Grand for suspicious activity. A subject breached a residence that had been boarded closed. He informed the subject to make a plan to retrieve items left inside and outside of the residence.
Officer Barnhouse assisted with traffic control for a disabled vehicle.
February 20
Officer Hocking responded to Ninth Street for a verbal domestic. He ensured a juvenile felt safe before leaving the residence. 
Officer McGinnis assisted neighbors with a dispute over barking dogs.
February 21
Officer Hoopes took a report of suspicious activity at the dumpster of Ferguson Drug. There were no individuals around the dumpster. 
Officer Hocking assisted a caller with a harassment report.
Officer McGinnis received multiple calls to the Comfort Inn from a tenant concerned about someone breaking into the room. No evidence of any break in could be found.
Animal Control Brian Powell responded to Sunshine Drive for an injured deer. Officer Barnhouse dispatched the deer due to its injuries. 
February 22
Officer Barnhouse assisted with traffic control for sign removal.
Dispatch received a call of a tree limb in the roadway. Dispatch notified the Street Department.
February 23
Officer Bloomer spoke with a subject sleeping on a bench on a public sidewalk.
Officer McGinnis checked on a subject parked on US Hwy 60-63. The subject relayed after a long drive they stopped to nap.
Officers assisted EMS with traffic at St. Rte. 76 and US 60-63.
Officers Gunter and McGinnis responded to Railroad Dr. for a suspicious subject. They found a backpack with burglar tools and put it into evidence. 
While conducting security checks, Officer Bloomer found property damage at First General Baptist church.
Dispatch received a call of suspicious circumstances around the Head Start building.
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