Willow Springs Police Department

April 7
Mason Paul Owens, Willow Springs, failed to yield
Billy Earl Smith, Solo, Mo., operate motor vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility
Shaley Marie Faria Burrus, Rogersville, Mo., speeding 11-15 over
Christopher Reed Troop, Poughkeepsie, Ark., speeding 11-15 over
April 8
Jerri Lynne Tyler, Jonesboro, Ark., speeding 16-19 over
Jason Linn Kelly, Little Rock, Ark. speeding 11-15 over
Rosalind M Bibbs, Belleview, Ill., speeding 16-19 over
Austin Edward Wildhaber, Houston, speeding 11-15 over
Jacob Michael Doughty, Raymondville, failed to register vehicle
Misty Loraine Vaughn, Pittsburg, Mo., display plates of another, failed to register vehicle, operate motor vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility
Grady Landon Allen, Spring Hill, Kan., speeding 11-15 over
Austin Edward Wildhaber, Houston, speeding 11-15 over
April 9
Ethan Jeremiah Long, Mt. Vernon, Mo., speeding 11-15 over
Quienton Joseph Amore, Fort Bragg, N.C., speeding 11-15 over
John Edward Myers, Galena, Mo., speeding 11-15 over
Markeyta Natice L Brown, Kansas City, Mo., speeding 11-15 over
Angelina Nicole King, Ellenwood, Ga,, speeding 11-15 over
Leonel Perez-Villegas, Licking, Mo., speeding 11-15 over
Johnathan K Fulbright, Batesville, Ark., speeding 11-15 over
Rafael Josue Sanchez, Mt Home, Ark,, operate motor vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility
April 10
Michael Jacob Doughty, Raymondville, failed to register vehicle
April 12
Katherine Elizabeth Bruns, Houston, Mo., speeding 11-15 over
Alexander Steven McKay, Fenton, Mo., speeding 11-15 over
Robert James Newton, Pleasant Plains, Ark., driving while revoked or suspended
April 13
Luis Armando Zamora Vega, Mountain View, speeding 11-15 over
Calls for Service
April 6
Officer Struble assisted a driver with a disabled vehicle with a courtesy transport. 
April 7
Officer Struble responded to North Ash for a disturbance. Two intoxicated individuals were informed of the 12-hour rule. 
Officer Cary Gates responded to a commercial alarm on East Main Street. He found the building secure.
Officer Wade Bloomer received a call of a homeless person living behind a closed business on Main Street. Investigation found the individual recently left an open business and is not living behind the closed business.
April 8
Officer Jake Cronin responded to Shelter Insurance for a suspicious individual. He spoke to the individual and resolve the situation.
Officers responded to WS Apartments for a peace disturbance. They found an individual yelling through a door at another. 
Officer Ryan McGinnis received information of an open door at the Star Theater. He and Officer Bloomer cleared and secured the building.
Officer Cronin responded to a residence on Fourth Street for an open door. He cleared the residence and found nothing disturbed.
Officer Cronin responded to Park Street for a disturbance. He found one individual had packed their things into a vehicle to leave but the other person involved took the vehicle and left.
Officer Gates assisted EMS with a medical call on Sassafras Drive.
Officer Gates responded to a report of a vehicle crash on DD Hwy just outside city limits. He could not locate any vehicles. He spoke to the reporting party and investigation found the incident to be a domestic dispute instead of an accident.
April 9
Officer Gates responded to Booster Field for a report of vandalism to the bathroom. He spoke with the Director of Parks Department. The investigation is pending the review of security cameras.
April 10
Officer David Hocking conducted a security check on a vehicle at Loves Travel Center.
Officer Joe Barnhouse responded to North Ash Street for disturbance. He found two intoxicated individuals with one locked outside of the residence. They both agreed to retire for the night and have no further contact.
Officer Hocking assisted an individual with a financial scam. 
Officer McGinnis responded to a juvenile issue. He returned two juveniles home.
Officer Barnhouse received a request for a wellbeing check on Park Street. He found the individual to be safe at a neighbor’s. 
Love’s Travel Center requested a wellbeing check on an individual sleeping in the laundry room. Officer Barnhouse responded and found an individual waiting on another. Love’s staff relayed the individual could remain. 
MSHP requested officers respond to Love’s Travel Center for a report of a truck with a damaged door. Officer Barnhouse located the driver and advised them of the situation.
Officer McGinnis received a report of an open door at a business on East Main Street. He cleared the building and waited for the keyholder.
April 11
Asst. Chief Lewis assisted an individual with a child custody issue.
An individual reported a theft. 
Sgt. Joby Hoopes responded to High Street for a domestic situation. He informed the ones involved of the 12-hour rule.
Officer Barnhouse assisted EMS with a medical call on South Harris Street.
Asst. Chief Lewis responded to Sunshine Drive to assist EMS with a medical call.
Asst. Chief Lewis received a call of a medical alert on East Sixth Street. He located the individual and found them to be safe. All other responding units were canceled. 
Officer McGinnis conducted security checks at: MFA Agri Services, Booster Field, and WS Schools.
April 12
An individual requested assistance with harassment from another. Contact with the suspect could not be made.
Officer Hedlesten responded to South Harris Street for a domestic situation. One individual had locked another in a camper and then left for lunch.
April 13
Officer Bloomer responded to Casey’s General Store for a suspicious individual.
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