Willow Springs Police Department

May 5
Aubree Renae Wolf, Mountain View, speeding 11-15 over
James Theodore Lile, Willow Springs, failed to register vehicle
May 6
Rodney Williams, Pickerington, Ohio, speeding 20-25 over
Robert G Gilles, Laguna Beach, Calif., speeding 11-15 over 
Sarah Mae Davis, Willow Springs, speeding 11-15 over
Trenton Dale Combs, West Plains, speeding 11-15 over
Zachary Le Daily, Holt, speeding 20-25 over
May 7
Taygan Amanda Brooks, Springfield, speeding 11-15 over
Sean M Rial, Memphis, Tenn., speeding 11-15 over
Christopher Lynn Scanlon, Willow Springs, operate motor vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility
May 8
Hoang Nam Huynh, Springfield, fail to stop at stop sign
May 9
Vitaliy Viktorovich Belinskiy, Willow Springs, fail to stop at stop sign
May 10
Stephen James Emert, Kansas City, Mo., driving while suspended or revoked
Adam Christian Colvin, Fountain, Colo., speeding 6-10 over
Ivy Elizabeth Caswell, Seymour, speeding 11-15 over
Trevor Ramon Honeycutt, Dexter, speeding 11-15 over
Calls for Service
May 4
Officer Jake Cronin spoke with an individual regarding suspicious activity at a neighbor’s residence. 
Assistant Chief Alan Lewis responded to East Sixth Street for a report of theft. 
Officer Cronin assisted the electric department with a faulty transformer. 
May 5
Officer Cronin responded to Main Street for a report of threats. Officers secured the scene, but the suspect failed to appear. 
Officer Cronin received trespass paperwork for a residence on West Fourth Street. 
Officer Struble spoke with an individual regarding a custody issue.
Officers responded to North Ash for a report of neighbors fighting. Sgt. Hoopes met with one party while Officer Cronin met with the other. Neither would press charges.
May 6
Sergeant Joby Hoopes received a call of harassment. The matter is under investigation.
May 7
Officer David Struble responded to Willow Springs Apartments for a report of a verbal domestic. 
Officer Joe Barnhouse received a report of a suspicious individual at Casey’s General Store. He did not locate the individual.
Officer Hocking responded to E Main for a report of out-of-control juveniles. He spoke to the juveniles and advised their options for remaining in the home or going to juvenile detention. Officer Hocking trespassed another individual from the residence.
May 8
Officer Struble responded to a vehicle accident at the on ramp of US 60 and Industrial Drive.
Officer Hocking received a call for a well-being check of a juvenile that appeared to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Investigation found concerns for the environment of the home. Officer Hocking forwarded the information to family services.
Officer Struble responded to Comfort Inn for a suspicious person in the lobby. He spoke to the individual and found they were waiting for a ride. He advised they remain in their room until the ride arrived.
Officer Hocking spoke to an individual with questions regarding mandated reporting. 
Officer Barnhouse responded to Comfort Inn for a disruptive person. He spoke to the individual and advised them of a possible trespass from the property. 
Officers responded to the area of Love’s Travel Stop for a vehicle accident with injury.
May 9
Officer Barnhouse received a call of suspicious individuals walking in the area of Love’s Travel Center who were threatening to jump out in front of traffic. Officers checked the area and did not locate anyone.
Officer Barnhouse received a call of a possible custody dispute. The parties involved were instructed tod review custody paperwork and come to a decision on the matter.
Officer Struble spoke to a business on Main Street with a possible fraud case. Investigation found no fraud took place. The case is closed.
Officer Hocking responded to North Ash for a report of a fight. The victim of an assault did not want to press charges. Officer Hocking advised both of the 12-hour rule.
Officer McGinnis responded to Love’s Travel Center for an unresponsive driver. He found the driver had overslept.
Officer Barnhouse assisted WS Fire Dept with a tractor trailer fire.
May 10
While on patrol, an individual stopped Officer Hocking with concerns that their children were missing. The children reportedly walked to Casey’s and should have returned. Officer Hocking notified all other officers and shortly after, the children were found safe at home.
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