Willow Springs Police Department

March 3
Olivia Shaffer, Willow Springs, animal license violation
Sac Luis Torres, Longmont, Colo., speeding 11-15 over
March 4
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, 
March 5
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
March 7
Elissa Ann Stewart, Pomona, failure to register vehicle
March 8
Hayley Elizabeth Bowling, Mountain Grove, speeding 11-15 over
David Clay Strunk, West Plains, failure to register vehicle
March 9
Fridin Mihindou, Wichita, Kan., speeding 11-15 over
Gregory E Rader, Willow Springs, failure to register vehicle
Calls for Service
March 4
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.
March 5
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.
March 6
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.
March 7
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.
March 8
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.
March 9
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.
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