Willow Springs Police Department July 8, 2020
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Citations June 26 Amber L McClure, Neodesha, Kan., exceeded posted speed limit Arthur W Hobbs, West Plains, exceeded posted speed limit Joshua T Titsworth, Gardner, Kan., exceeded posted speed limit June 28 Bobby C Williams, Van Cleave, Miss., stop sign violation Jason C Buffington, Naylor, M., exceeded posted speed limit Mindy Hache, Lewisville, NC, exceeded posted speed limit June 30 Deanna Marie Pulley, Willow Springs, stealing/theft July 1 Michael Jason Holmes, Willow Springs, nuisance ordinance violation Ashley L Thomas, Jackson, Miss., exceeded posted speed limit Heather L Miline, Bakersfield, Calif., exceeded posted speed limit Calls for Service June 25 An individual called the department wanting to know if there was a man in custody at their location. The individual was referred to Howell County Sheriff’s Office. Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop G contacted the police department about an abandoned vehicle on Park Street. Troop G contacted the department about a 25 to 30 foot Uhaul stopped at Love’s. The U-Haul was pulling a pick up that was also pulling a trailer. June 27 911 dispatch informed the police department that a dog had been barking for 3 hours near Eleventh and Summit Streets. Animal Control drove by the area but did not hear or see a dog. Troop G requested a well-being check on a person walking near South Junction. An officer found the person and gave them a ride to the westbound scales. The police department received a report of a motorcycle driving fast on Sixth Street. An officer observed the area, but was unable to locate the motorcycle. June 28 A reporting party called the department about a large black lab running up and down Ash Street. The owner lived on Park Street, and the dog was returned by Animal Control. The department received a report of a man and woman loitering around Willow Care Nursing Home. An officer spoke to the man and woman, and they left. The police department assisted city workers with traffic and lighting during a power outage. June 29 911 sent a woman to the police department to report an assault. Since the assault took place outside of town, the report was sent to Howell County Sheriff’s Office. The police department responded to a noise complaint at the trailer park on Hwy 76. The officer was unable to locate any excessive noise. A man called the police department wanting to know if there was a bus stop in Willow Springs. A woman called the police department to report a scam phone call she had received. A man called the police department to report an abandoned vehicle on Park Street. A man called the police department to report his wife breaking the ex parte order he had against her. The man was advised to come fill out a statement and bring a copy of the protection order. July 1 An officer was dispatched to an alarm at Town & Country. The officer verified the building was secure. The police department received a complaint about loud music being played in the area of Fourth Street and Center Street. An officer checked the area and no loud music was heard. An officer responded to a report of debris in the roadway on west Main Street by Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop G.