Willow Springs Police Department

March 30
Ray Allen Jamison, Vanzant, failure to use turn signal
Robert Edward Finley, Republic, speeding 11-15 over
Douglas Ray Allen, Isabella, operate vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility
March 31
Tyler William Ward, Clarksville, Tenn., speeding 6-10 over
Nathan Todd Oxley. Jackson, Mo., speeding 11-15 over
Carter R Wood, Fletcher, NC, speeding 11-15 over
Kaitlynn Jeann Marie Riley, Willow Springs, speeding 11-15 over
Damion Louis Baughn, Mountain View, operate vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility
April 1
Lane Shay Cardin, West Plains, failure to register vehicle
Case Douglas Birlew, Springfield, speeding 11-15 over
Ternall A Zeno, Pacayune, Miss., speeding 11-15 over
Frederick L Cooper, Heidleberg, Miss., failure to obey traffic control device
Samara Gauldron, Dora, speeding 11-15 over
Austin G Needham, McCrory, Ark., speeding 11-15 over
April 2
Jose Salinas Gonzales, Carthage, speeding 11-15 over, operate vehicle with no valid license
Brent Douglass Martin, West Plains, speeding 11-15 over
Kendric T Washington, Jr, Stockbridge, Ga., speeding 11-15 over
Steven Andrew Pitts, Oak Ridge, Tenn., speeding 16-19 over
Normal Wayne Phillips, Osceola, Mo., operate vehicle with no valid license
Bryanna M Akins, Arlington, Tenn., speeding 11-15 over
Matthew G Davis, Olney, Ill., speeding 11-15 over
April 3
Jacob Michael Doughty, Raymondville, operate vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility
Cindy Dee Vanhorn, Jonesboro, Ark., speeding 6-10 over
Calls for Service
April 30
Officer Jake Cronin took a report of theft.
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office requested a wellbeing check on an individual. Officer Wade Bloomer found the individual to be safe. 
Sergeant Joby Hoopes responded to MO 76 for a non-injury accident. 
Officer Cronin received a call of a deer struck on the highway causing a traffic hazard. He and Officer Bloomer responded and found a deer lying on the highway. The deer then got up and walked away.
March 31
Officer Jim Hedlesten took a report of a stolen vehicle from a business.
Officer Bloomer received a call for a runaway juvenile. He located the juvenile and returned them to the guardian.
Officers received a call of a disturbance. Sgt. Hoopes and Off. Hedlesten responded and found a verbal argument. 
April 1
Officer Jason Myers removed a large tree limb causing a driving hazard from Burnham Road.
Officer Cronin responded to Booster Field for a juvenile problem. The reporting party led him to a gathering of juveniles. Officer Cronin observed two juveniles using vape products and confiscated a bottle of alcohol. Along with Officer Struble, they called the parents of the juveniles to pick up them up. They issued one individual over eighteen a citation for minor in possession. Juvenile referrals will be completed for the others. 
Officer Hedlesten responded to Love’s Travel Center for a report of two adults with a small child on one motorcycle. 
Officer Cronin assisted a driver with a disabled vehicle.
April 2
Officers responded to a call at Casey’s General Store for a suspicious subject causing female employees to feel uncomfortable. They did not locate the subject.
Officer David Hocking responded to the golf course for a report of juveniles in a golf cart being destructive. He located the juveniles and did not find any destructive behavior and explained if they were not playing golf, they needed to leave. 
Officer Hocking assisted EMS with a medical call and an uncooperative patient.
Officer Gates assisted MSHP on Bolerjack Road with a subject attempting to hide. They located the subject safely. 
Officer Hocking responded to E US Hwy 60 for a report of a cow out. He located the cow inside a fenced area.
Officer Hedlesten assisted MSHP with finding the owner of an abandoned vehicle after an accident crash.
April 3
Dispatch received a call of an individual lying close to the roadway. Before officers could respond, a Howell County Deputy spoke with the individual. 
Officer Barnhouse assisted the WS Fire Department with a possible propane leak on Fourth Street. The Fire Department handled the scene. 
Officer McGinnis completed security checks at Crossway Fellowship Church, Tractor Supply, Booster Field, and WS Schools.
April 4
While on routine patrol, Officer Barnhouse conducted a security check on two vehicles parked under the railroad viaduct. The vehicles were securely locked. Due to incoming severe weather, he assumed the vehicle owners parked there to avoid damage.
Officers received a call of vehicles racing at the school parking lot. They did not locate any vehicles in the area.
Officer McGinnis completed security checks at Lee’s Tire, WS Schools
April 5
Officer Joe Barnhouse conducted a security check of a suspicious vehicle parked incorrectly in the public parking lot. He found the vehicle secure with the driver waiting to give someone a ride.
Officer Ryan McGinnis took a report from Casey’s General Store for shoplifting.
Officer Hocking responded to Corn Avenue for a disturbance. He found a domestic situation occurred with no physical injuries. Property damage occurred to a vehicle. Statements will be gathered. 
April 6
Officer McGinnis completed area checks at Booster Field, Lee’s Tire, G & W, and WS Schools.
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