Willow Springs Police Department, December 16, 2020

December 4
Brandy Paige Peters, Mountain Grove, failure to register vehicle
Kip Byron Hiatt, Vichy, Mo., exceeded the posted speed limit
Stacy Renea Howard, Nevada, Mo, stop sign violation
December 6
Anna Louise Carroll, Willow Springs, failure to maintain financial responsibility, exceeded the posted speed limit
December 7
Anna V Fokina, Pomona, Mo., failure to register vehicle
December 8
Tony Allen Beltz, Willow Springs, failure to maintain financial responsibility
Danny R Wilcox, West Plains, defective equipment
November 29
Samuel Lewis Houck, 34, Willow Springs, driving while revoked 
December 6
Victoria Collins, 31, Willow Springs, warrant arrest
December 3
Officer Paden Turnbull took a theft report from Love’s Truck Stop.
Calls for Service
December 3
A woman contacted Animal Control to report her dog missing.  Animal Control found her dog and returned it to her. 
The City received information that someone was taking up residence in a structure with no active utilities. Cadet Davy Hocking spoke with the City Administrator and marked a property as unfit for habitation. 
December 4
A woman from out of town contacted Animal Control to report finding two golden retrievers. Cadet Hocking recognized the dogs as being reported missing a few days prior and returned them to their owner. 
A police officer was dispatched to the vacant Willow Springs Motel for a report of someone trying to take a generator.  The officer met a man at the location who claimed to own the generator.  The officer contacted 911 to get the reporting party’s information to confirm ownership of the generator.  While the officer was speaking to the reporting party on the phone, another individual arrived.  The individual informed the officer that the man was part of the crew working on tearing the motel and was not there to steal the generator. 
A police officer was dispatched to perform a wellbeing check on a man in a railway express company vehicle at the south junction.  The officer found the man to be just fine. 
911 dispatched police officers to the Loves Truck Stop for a report of a domestic disturbance.  The officers spoke with a man who stated he had a verbal argument with his caretaker.  The caretaker stated she did not want the man in her vehicle.  The man was taken home and was advised to stay at his home the rest of the evening. 
December 5
An individual contacted the police department for questions in regards to the boat at the old motel.
December 6
Police officers were dispatched to Loves truck stop for a report of a woman in a red semi truck needing information.  The woman had arrived in the truck with a coworker who had started drinking when they arrived at the truck stop for the night.  The woman stated that they had an argument, and her coworker packed up his things and left with the extra key to the semi.  She further stated that she had to remain at the truck stop for another four hours per company policy, but was afraid that her coworker might return.  The officer informed the woman that he would increase patrols in the area so she could get some sleep. 
An individual called the police department to report finding a Missouri license plate on the road near Main St. and Walnut St.  
December 7
Officers were dispatched to West Fourth St. for a report of a domestic disturbance.  Both parties left the scene in separate vehicles as the officers arrived. The officers stopped one of the vehicles and found the individual to have active warrants. The individual was taken into custody. 
A police officer responded to a residence on North Harris St. to assist Emergency Medical Services with a medical alarm call.  
911 requested a police officer perform a wellbeing check on a man’s father.  The officer spoke with the father who stated he was on the phone; otherwise, he would have called his son. 
December 9
An individual called the police department to report a disturbance from a nearby resident on Grand St running a generator. A police officer went to speak with the reporting party.  The officer provided a statement form, and then asked the residents on Grand St. to turn off the generator.

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