August 17
Philip Wade Demarco, Willow Springs, driving while intoxicated, driving while revoked/suspended
Andrea Marie Spaletto, West Plains, speeding 11-15 over
August 18
Dane Allen Wiese, Willow Springs, failed to register vehicle
August 19
Joseph Michael McDonald, Willow Springs, domestic assault
August 20
Matthew Brian Tooley, West Plains, fail to stop at stop sign
Ashley Morton, Witchita, Kan., speeding 11-15 over
Juan Antonio Lealmontes, Brownsville, Tex., speeding 11-15 over
Georgeanna Bree Cannon, Simi Valley, Calif., speeding 16-19 over
August 21
Tristan Emery Traver, Willow Springs, driving while revoked/suspended, operate vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility
Shannon R Humpf, Apo, Penn., speeding 6-10 over
August 22
Michael Vincent Sedlock, Willow Springs, supply false information
Calls for Service
August 17
Officer Cary Gates conducted security checks on downtown businesses. 
August 18
Officers responded to Loves parking lot for a non-injury private property accident. 
Sgt. Joby Hoopes responded to the area of Park Street in reference to the theft of a bicycle. He recovered the bicycle a short time later. 
Officers received a report of a less than two-year-old child left alone in a non-running vehicle with a dog in the parking lot of Town and Country. Before arrival, officers were informed the vehicle left the area. Officer Barnhouse located the vehicle and conducted a welfare check on the child. He spoke to an uncooperative parent.
Officers received a report of a deer struck by a vehicle near Clingan Ave.
Officer Cronin received a report of trespassing. Investigation found the individual had not formally been issued a trespass order from the location. He released the individual.
August 19
Officers received a call from an individual reporting a domestic assault. Investigation found an assault did take place. An officer transported the individual to the ambulance office for medical assessment. Other personnel located the suspect and placed them under arrest, later charging them through the municipal court.
Officer Cronin responded to a report of a domestic disturbance on Lance Lane.
Officer Barnhouse assisted Howell County News with traffic control while moving a large statue.
Officer Cronin received a call from G & W Foods of individuals outside the store panhandling. G &W wanted them to move down the road, not trespassed. Officers advised the subject to leave the area before the store issued a no trespassing notification.
Officers responded to and address on E. Main for a child in the apartment complex who could not to tell anyone where he lived or name his guardians. Investigation found where the child belonged. Officer Barnhouse spoke to the child about the importance of not leaving without notifying the guardian and with the caregiver about keeping a better watch on the child.
August 21
Officer Barnhouse conducted a wellbeing check on animals reported to have no food or water. He found the animals cared for, but left a message for the owner to call. 
Officer Cronin responded to a report of a domestic disturbance on North Ferguson.
August 23
While on routine patrol, officers noticed a suspicious vehicle leaving Love’s Travel Center. A stop-and-search of the vehicle located drugs and firearms. A report will be forwarded for charges.
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