Willow Springs Police Department
Thu, 03/16/2023 - 11:31am admin
Olivia Shaffer, Willow Springs, animal license violation
Sac Luis Torres, Longmont, Colo., speeding 11-15 over
Rachel Hannah White, Mountain View, speeding 11-15 over
Joshua B Brown, Rogers, Ark., fail to stop at stop sign
Kevin Dewayne Holt, Tunica, Miss., speeding 16-19 over, operate vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility,
Gianna Lafranz Henderson, Walls, MS, speeding 11-15 over
Michael B Egger, Republic, speeding 11-15 over
Jennifer Elizabeth Heckel, Kansas City, Mo., speeding 11-15 over
Elissa Ann Stewart, Pomona, failure to register vehicle
Hayley Elizabeth Bowling, Mountain Grove, speeding 11-15 over
David Clay Strunk, West Plains, failure to register vehicle
Fridin Mihindou, Wichita, Kan., speeding 11-15 over
Gregory E Rader, Willow Springs, failure to register vehicle
Calls for Service
Officers responded to State Route 76 for a runaway juvenile. Information led Officers Jake Cronin and Wade Bloomer to the juvenile. After contacting Juvenile Authorities, they removed the juvenile from the home.
Officer Cronin assisted individuals moving into a residence on N. Harris that located drug paraphernalia in the home. He disposed of the paraphernalia.
Officer Barnhouse received a call of suspicious activity on Turner Drive. Investigation found individuals with permission from the city to clean a residence there.
Officers received a call of gunshots on State Route 76. They found a juvenile shooting off fireworks.
Officer Joe Barnhouse assisted an individual with a harassment and verbal abuse complaint.
Officer Jim Hedlesten assisted EMS with locating an individual having a medical emergency at Love’s Travel Center.
Officer Cronin and Bloomer assisted EMS with a call on State Route 76.
Chief Wes Ellison and Officer Barnhouse assisted an individual with a harassment complaint.
Officer Joby Hoopes received a report of a sexual assault that took place on Lane Street.
Officer McGinnis completed a security check at Lee’s Tire.
Officer Barnhouse responded to Somerville Tie Company for a report of a theft. The incident is under investigation.
An individual discovered a business on East Main locked but with the key still in the outside lock. Officer Barnhouse secured the key and notified the business owner.
Officer Barnhouse took a report of stolen property from Cherry Street.
Officer Hocking received a report of vandalism to the preschool. A juvenile reported another for throwing a rock through a window. Officer Hocking spoke with a School Resource Officer who will make a juvenile referral.
Officer Hocking responded to Comfort Inn for a disturbance. He trespassed an individual from the business.
Officer McGinnis conducted a security check at Dollar General.
Officer Hoopes took a report of theft.
Officer Hedlesten took a report of possible stolen medication from a residence on State Route 76.
Officer Gates investigated a report of screams at Booster Field. He found juveniles causing the noise.
Officer McGinnis completed a security check at Willow Care.
An employee of Love’s Travel Center reported an individual following them. Officers Hocking and McGinnis advised the subject to leave the premises.
Officer Cary Gates provided a wellbeing check to a residence on Sunshine Drive after 911 received several hang up calls. The residents stated there were no issues.