Willow Springs Police

August 19
Kinsley B. Wynja, Lone Tree, Co., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Tyler E. Strange, Brighton, Tn., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Jasmine Leanne Rickerson, Cabool, failure to register a motor vehicle, failure to maintain financial responsibility, failure to display state license plates. 
Auston Joseph Burgess, Willow Springs, seatbelt violation. 
August 20
Catherine Ann Hull, Willow Springs, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Chase J. Leslie, Mesa, Az., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Kristopher Galand Rhea, Cassville, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
August 21
Krystal Lynn Cain, Hendersonville, Tn., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Randal Scott Rudisill, Batesville, Ar., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Gerald M. Johnston, Springdale, Ar., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
August 23
Patricia Claire Fraser, Willow Springs, animal at large (three counts). 
August 24
Austin James Childress, Darien, Il., failure to register a motor vehicle, driving while revoked/suspended. 
Calls for Service
August 19
A male subject who had filed a restraining order reported that he and his friends were potentially being harassed. 
A female subject on Garfield reported a vehicle theft. 
A caller reported that a resident was burning tree debris on Redwood Drive. 
A suicidal subject on Jason Drive agreed to go to the stress unit with EMS. 
A caller reported an issue with a landlord.
A caller reported a male subject lying on the side of the road on South Harris. The subject was gone from the area.  
A caller reported that a male subject in a van was trying to get tennis players at Booster Field to come to his van. The caller also stated that the man followed a girl home, as well. 
Three loose dogs were reported on West 4th Street. Contact was attempted with the owner. 
August 20
A piece of steel was reported in the westbound lane of U.S. Highway 60/63. The steel was located and removed from the roadway. 
A female subject was taken into custody on outstanding warrants during a traffic stop on U.S. Highway 60/63. 
August 21
Contact was made with an individual that was loading pallets on Valley Street. The subject was able to confirm that he was given permission to take the pallets from the area. 
A woman reported that her 17-year-old son was refusing to return home after spending the summer with his father. The woman stated that she had her son already enrolled in school as a senior. 
A verbal altercation was reported between a male and female near Snappy Mart. The female subject was given a courtesy ride from the area. 
A well-being check was requested for a male subject on Walnut. Contact was made with the man, who was fine. 
A disturbance was reported at Willow Tree Cafe. Two juvenile females were told to not return to the business. 
A customer was reported causing a disturbance at Love’s. The customer left the business before an officer responded. 
August 22
A catalytic converter was reported stolen from a vehicle at Ozark Action Head Start. 
Assistance was given to EMS with an unconscious male subject. The man was taken to Springfield by Air Evac. 
A suspicious vehicle was reported near Tooley Real Estate. No vehicle was found in the area. 
Traffic control for buses was requested at Ferguson and Main due to Harris Street being closed down. 
A female subject with active warrants from Camden and Howell County was taken into custody near Ferguson and High Street.  
August 24
A resident reported that they would be burning a small amount of limbs on West Valley. 
A funeral escort was requested from Crossway Fellowship toward West Plains. 
A woman requested a well-being check on her ex-husband. Contact was made with the man, who stated that he had been having phone issues. 
A rollover accident was reported on State Route AM. Fire and Rescue reported both lanes of the highway were blocked. The driver was able to climb out of the vehicle, and was alert.
A suspicious male subject was reported outside of Cattlemen’s Steakhouse. The same individual was reported near Mercy Clinic. 
A male subject was cited for driving while suspended during a traffic stop on U.S. Highway 60/63. 
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