Willow Springs Police Department
Thu, 05/11/2023 - 11:00am admin
Jayson Bryce Zimmerman, Kansas City, Mo., speeding 11-15 over
Augustus Ryan Zeugin, Fulton, speeding 11-15 over
Billy Raymoondho Yuzar, West Plains, speeding 11-15 over
Brittney Lynn Vargas, Springfield, speeding 16-19 over
Barry Wayne Robbins, Whitefield, Ga., speeding 11-15 over
Conrad Brian Carnal, St. James, speeding 11-15 over
Jody Lee Atwell, Willow Springs, speeding 11-15 over
Trenton Michael Ray Owen, Willow Springs, operate vehicle with no valid license
Kara Faith Carr, Fair Grove, speeding 16-19 over
Christell Burchette Grills, West Plains, speeding 11-15 over
Matthew Paul Frommel, West Plains, speeding 11-15 over, operate vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility
Trevon Lavelle Trice, Verona, Mo., speeding 11-15 over
Leonard A Evans, Petal, Miss., speeding 11-15 over
Shawnda Danyal Price, Springfield, speeding 11-15 over
Jaun M Pascual, Indiantown, Fla., speeding 6-10 over
Dawson James Bunch, Willow Springs, operate vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility
Daylon William Sloniker, Pomona, failure to register vehicle
Jeremy Ray Murray, Poplar Bluff, stealing
Julie Anne Murray, Poplar Bluff, stealing
Jason Dwayne Tillis, Houston, speeding 6-10 over
Paige Marie Cook, Cabool, careless and imprudent driving
Rebecca Michelle Podemski, Willow Springs, nuisance violation
April Lynn Brock, Willow Springs, speeding 11-15 over
Chandrea Lashone Jackson, Lambert, Miss., speeding 11-15 over, operate vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility
Jeffrey Allen Bunch, Benton, speeding 11-15 over
Randy Marshall Guy, Willow Springs, misusing 911
Roger Guy, Willow Springs, misusing 911
Brenda Vincent Doughty, Joplin, speeding 11-15 over
River Marshall Stevens, Mountain View, speeding 11-15 over
Kayla Renee Lindsey, Frankfort, Ind., speeding 11-15 over
Nicholas Ryan Mahon, St. Louis, speeding 11-15 over
Julio Ernesto Rivera, Sikeston, speeding 11-15 over
Demetric M Jones, Vovington, Wash., speeding 11-15 over
Eliza Jo Hoots, West Plains, speeding 11-15 over
Lakeshia Darcel Allen, Vicksburg, Miss., speeding 11-15 over
Edward P Daley, Williston, N.D., speeding 16-19 over
Amy Christine Berry, Clinton, speeding 16-19 over
John Robert Hein, Lee’s Summit, speeding 16-19 over
Grace Diane Bynam, Ballwin, speeding 16-19 over
Jeremy Marcos Anthony Sims, St. Robert, speeding 11-15 over
John Richison, Kansas City, Mo., driving while suspended/revoked
Thalmen Silen, Decator, Ga., speeding 20-25 over
Diedre Deshay Dixon, Gulfport, Miss., speeding 11-15 over
Dylan Michael Westfall, Verona, speeding 11-15 over
Tavaria Nicole Moore, Memphis, Tenn., speeding 11-15 over
Teresa Ann Stiebs, Pomona, failure to register vehicle
Haris Kahn, Lynn, Mass,, speeding 20-25 over
Kolby William Hicks, West Plains, speeding 16-19 over
Philip Peter Wiersema, Willow Springs, assault
Glenna May Brown, Mountain View, operate motor vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility
Calls for Service
Officers received a report of a suspicious individual hiding between buildings. Officers checked on the individual and found them to be known and always polite.
Officers received calls of a scam calling elderly in the area. The scam caller gave a badge number and informed the party that a child had died. Investigation found every call to be a scam.
Officer Cronin responded to a verbal disturbance on North Ash.
School Resource Officers requested patrol cars and officers on hand as students enter the gym on prom night. Officers Hoopes, Stuble, and Hedlesten responded.
Officer Cronin responded to Ash Street for a report of a disturbance. Two brothers were fighting because one threw the TV remote over the house. Off. Cronin informed both parties they needed to separate and find a way to resolve differences without calling the police.
Officers Cronin and Bloomer assisted an individual with a vehicle having mechanical issues.
Officer Cronin received a call of an individual chased by another holding a weapon. He located the individuals involved and found high school students playing and chasing each other, no weapons involved.
Officer Hocking received a request by Howell County Sheriff’s Department to inform a subject they are trespassed from a residence on St Rt DD. Off. Hocking completed the request and spoke to the individual.
Officer Hedlesten responded to a medical call request to secure the scene. He found dispatch misunderstood the caller’s words. EMS responded with no further issues.
Officer Hocking responded to a medical call request to check scene security. He found the scene secure, and EMS responded.
Officer Hocking received a call of a known homeless person at Tractor Supply annoying customers and employees. He met with the individual and advised them to the move along. He provided a courtesy transport.
Officer McGinnis responded to Love’s Travel Center for a report of an individual harassing employees. He trespassed the individual from the business.
Chief Ellison responded to North Ferguson for a report of an assault.
Officer Hocking received a barking dog report. He found the dog healthy and well fed. Officer Hocking spoke to the owner and advised them of the complaint.
Assistant Chief Lewis responded to Family Dollar for a report of stealing. Two individuals worked together to distract the employee and remove items from the store. Asst. Chief Lewis passed a description of the vehicle to Missouri State Highway Patrol who located the vehicle in Birch Tree. MSHP returned the individuals to WSPD where they were issued citations for stealing. Officers recovered over $100 in merchandise and returned it to the store.
Officer Barnhouse received a call of a suspicious person on a lawnmower at Post Oak Drive and St Rt 76. He did not locate the individual.
Officer Hocking received a request by management of Willow Springs Apartments to trespass and individual. He spoke with the individual and explained the trespass order.
Assistant Chief Lewis responded to a well-being check on children possibly in an unsafe situation.
Officer Barnhouse assisted Dollar General management with an abandoned vehicle on the parking lot.
Chief Ellison received information of a subject taking items off the dock at MUNCH.
Officer Barhnhouse took possession of a debit card found in Snappy Mart parking lot. Dispatch contacted the bank who then contacted the owner of the card. The owner picked up the card.
Chief Ellison assisted an individual reporting harassment. He advised how to trespass the individual.
While on routine patrol, Officer Hocking conducted a traffic stop. He recognized an individual in the vehicle. Officer Cronin responded and identified the individual as having a felony warrant. He arrested the individual and transported them to Howell County Sheriff’s Office.
Officer Cronin trespassed an individual from a business on East Main Street.
Assistant Chief Lewis met with a business owner on East Main regarding a business license issue.
Assistant Chief Lewis met with a business owner on East Main regarding a business license issue.
Chief Ellison completed a paper service at a business on East Main.
Chief Ellison completed a paper service at a business on County Road 1270.
Officer Hoopes responded to Homestead Crossing for an individual causing a disturbance. The individual left the business when informed of police response.
Assistant Chief Lewis responded with EMS to a medical call on North Ferguson Street.
Assistant Chief Lewis responded to North Ash Street for a dispute between two brothers. The parties separated prior to officer arrival. He spoke to both individuals and advised them to remain separated.
Officer Cronin took trespass information regarding an individual.
A School Resource Officer asked officers to check on a homeless person staying next to the school building on Main Street. Officers responded and asked subject to leave for school safety.
Officer Gates investigated a call of property damage at the city wastewater treatment plant. The plant manager showed him extensive damage to the wiring to the building.
Officer Struble responded to North Grand for a verbal domestic. EMS transported one individual for mental evaluation.
A business on East Main requested a well-being check during a customer pick-up. Officer Struble responded and found the area clear.
Officer Hedlesten responded to a call of EMS having difficulty with a patient.
While on routine patrol, Officer Cronin heard an audible alarm at a business. He requested dispatch contact the keyholder and an additional officer for assistance. The Officer arrived at the same time as the keyholder. They cleared the business and found it secure. The keyholder expressed gratitude for the quick response.
Officer Hocking received a call of kids possibly damaging property at the school. Investigation found no children in the area, but he did locate an unlocked door. Officer Hocking passed the information to SRO Jeff Cunningham.
Officer Hedlesten spoke to an individual claiming a former partner is blackmailing them.
Officers Hocking and Gates responded to a call of an upset individual. They called EMS who transported the subject.
Asst. Chief Lewis responded to East Sixth Street for a well-being check. He found the individual secure at home.
Officer Hocking responded to Tractor Supply for a report of a dog running at large. The owner had secured the animal before his arrival.
Officer Barnhouse responded to East Fourth Street for a report of misconduct by juveniles. He spoke to both sets of parents who agreed to resolve the disciplinary actions.
Officer McGinnis responded to East Main Street for a domestic disturbance. He arrested one individual for assault.
Officer Hocking responded to State Route 76 to assist EMS with a choking child. He found the child breathing and fine, EMS responded.
Asst. Chief Lewis spoke with an individual concerned about a homeless person in the area.
Asst. Chief Lewis assisted an individual with a harassment complaint. He advised the caller of available judicial remedies.
Asst. Chief Lewis spoke with an individual regarding a harassing complaint concerning another subject. He advised for the subject to contact the investigator and begin an official complaint.
Officers responded to North Ash for a verbal domestic. One party agreed to leave for the evening.
Officer Barhhouse responded to North Ash for a verbal domestic. He found the parties at the residence but separated and no arguing. The homeowner requested an intoxicated individual leave for the evening. The person left with no issues.
Officer Hocking responded to North Harris for well-being check. He did not locate anyone at the residence.