Mountain View Police
Wed, 09/07/2022 - 11:59am admin
Judy Brown, 67, Winona, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Alliston Dejournett, 20, Maynard, Ar., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Ryan Lee, 29, Mountain View, dog at large.
Peggy Brown, 60, Willow Springs, creating or maintaining a public nuisance.
Cameron Escue, 29, Mountain View, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Daniel White, 26, Mountain View, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Gigi Leal, 30, Whittier, Ca., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Jeremy Charles, 35, Mountain View, creating or maintaining a public nuisance.
Stephen Howard, 66, Eminence, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Aaron Hollis, 22, Summersville, driving while intoxicated.
Douglas Wade, 21, Mountain View, driving while intoxicated.
Harley Graves, 28, Springfield, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Raymond Smith, 47, Mountain View, failure to register a motor vehicle.
Calls for Service
The area near Walmart was checked for possible drugs.
A caller reported a child custody issue. The caller was referred to DFS.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol requested assistance from a K9 unit.
Assistance was given at a residence on West 3rd Street for a female subject who had fallen. EMS responded to the scene a short time later.
A security alarm was activated at Shierling Chiropractic. A female subject stated that she had accidentally set off the alarm.
An unresponsive male subject was reported in the restroom at Walmart.
A well-being check was requested for a male subject at Malone’s Motel. Contact was not able to be made with the subject.
Assistance was requested at a house fire on State Route W.
A suspicious vehicle was reported on County Road 3500. The vehicle was not located.
A suspicious subject was reported on 5th Street. The subject was not located.
Assistance was given to a female subject on Kansas Street who was having difficulty breathing. Information was relayed to EMS, who arrived at the scene shortly afterward.
A vehicle fire was reported on West 3rd Street.
A female subject was reported having chest pains at a residence on James Street. EMS responded to the scene.
A vehicle fire was reported on State Route WW.
The gate to the golf course was closed after being found open. The area was secured.
Assistance was given to Child Services at a residence on Wilford.
A domestic disturbance was reported on East James Street.
A male subject was trespassed from SBU property.
A male subject requested information about a firework permit.
The door to the city shop was secured after being found open.
Two subjects were trespassed from Walmart.
A male subject was reported walking down the middle of the road on U.S. Highway 60.
A female subject was reported having a seizure at McDonald’s. First responders assisted the woman.
A two-vehicle accident was reported near Los Amigos. No injuries were reported.
Property damage was reported on Marr from an apparent burglary attempt. Extra patrol was conducted in the area.
A caller reported that the water pump by the elementary school was not working. The water department was contacted.
Two people were reported fighting outside of the police department. Contact was made with the involved parties.
An alarm was triggered at a business on Falck. The building was checked and secured.
The Children’s Division requested assistance with a walk through at a home on Walnut.
A male subject who was possibly in need of medical attention. The man refused to give any information and declined medical treatment.
A suspicious vehicle was reported in the area of the golf course. The vehicle was not located.
A domestic disturbance was reported on West 5th Street.
Two suspicious subjects were reported at West Plains Bank. The subjects were not located.
A suspicious vehicle was reported in the area of storage units on Vonallmen. No one was found in the area.
An abandoned vehicle was reported in a brushy area on 5th Street. The vehicle was towed from the area.
Items were reported found in the area behind the old bowling alley. Damage was also reported to the grounds in the area.
A suspicious vehicle was reported near Sonic.
A suspicious subject was reported near West Plains Bank. No one was found in the area.
A caller reported that someone was harassing his girlfriend.
A domestic disturbance was reported on Kansas. A male subject reportedly left the residence before law enforcement arrived. A female subject refused to answer the door.
A male subject requested to be fingerprinted for a job application.