Willow Springs Police Department

November 2
Tristan Conor James McGee, Strawberry, Ark., speeding 11-15 over, operate vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility
November 3
Angela M Scott, Memphis, Tenn., speeding 11-15 over
Taylor L Fergola, Gardner, Kan., speeding 11-15 over
Samuel Kevin Martin, Topeka, Kan., speeding 11-15 over
November 4
Shannon Ray Morelock, Walnut Grove, speeding 11-15 over
Martin Henry Tepoele, Aurora, Ill., speeding 11-15 over
Quentrisa Latoya Averyhart, West Memphis, Ark., speeding 16-19 over
Lucinda Ann Hathcock, Willow Springs, domestic assault – third degree
Jesse Lee Swain, Burden, Kan., speeding 11-15 over
November 7
Paul W Fritz, Willow Springs, animal at large, vicious animal
Calls for Service
November 2
Officer Cary Gates responded to a call regarding a subject attempting to pull an elderly person into a blue vehicle on North Pine Street in the vicinity of Sixth Street. He located the subject in a vehicle on Sixth Street and arrested them. 
Sgt. Hoopes and Off. Gates responded to the Family Dollar for a theft report.
November 3
Sgt. Hoopes received information of a fraudulent check cashed in Willow Springs on an account in San Diego, Calif. The matter is under investigation. 
Sgt. Hoopes received information in regard to a fraudulent check after speaking with West Plains Bank and Trust Company. The matter is under investigation. 
Sgt. Hoopes and Off. Gates responded to the area of Corn Ave in reference to a dog breaking into a rabbit hutch. They recovered the rabbit, and the owners took it to the veterinarian. The matter will be forwarded to Animal Control for follow-up. 
November 4
Sgt. Hoopes responded to the area of Center Street in reference to an assault. 
November 5
Officers Hocking and Barnhouse conducted a traffic stop on Post Oak Dr. Investigation of the occupants led to the discovery of the passenger with an active felony probation violation. Officers placed them into custody and transported them to HCSO for holding. 
November 7
Officer David Hocking, Off. Ryan McGinnis, and Off. Joe Barnhouse responded to a call of a physical domestic located in the area of Sunshine St and Park St. Investigation found a verbal altercation only and both parties separated. There were no charges filed.
In addition to the reports above, information released this week indicates officers responded to 1 residential alarm, 2 domestic disturbances, 3 animal complaints, 2 peace disturbances, assisted other agencies 4 times, conducted 2 wellbeing checks, investigated 1 auto accident, completed 9 area safety checks, investigated 1 suspicious circumstance, assisted with 1 juvenile problem, assisted with bonding 1 person’s warrant arrest, 2 miscellaneous offenses, 3 escorts, 1 found property, 9 walk in assists, assisted citizens with sharing information 12 times, and 28 traffic stops
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