Willow Springs Police
Wed, 09/21/2022 - 4:09pm admin
Terry Ray Anderson, Dora, failure to register a motor vehicle, failure to maintain financial responsibility.
Randy Alan Steinman, Eolia, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Angelia Nicole Alcorn, Mountain View, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Mickel Don Kimrey, Marshfield, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Buford Otis Collins, Willow Springs, fourth degree domestic assault.
Kassie Leigh Billiot, Alton, exceeding the posted speed limit.
Laura Diane Harris, Senatobia, Ms., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Joseph W. Maybearry, Middleton, Tn., failure to appear, driving while revoked/suspended, failure to secure a child less than eight years old in a child restraint or booster seat.
Dale Crane, Mountain View, stealing, tampering.
Stephen Timothy Williams, Dora, failure to register a motor vehicle, failure to maintain financial responsibility, no valid operator license.
Thomas Gerald Hodge, Harviell, failure to register a motor vehicle.
David Joseph Shultz, West Plains, exceeding the posted speed limit.
James R. Tipton, Derby, Ks., exceeding the posted speed limit.
Shawna Leanna Rose, Willow Springs, stop sign violation.
Calls for Service
A homeless man was reportedly knocking on doors on East 4th Street. The male subject was advised to move along from the area.
A male subject reportedly assaulted his caregiver at Family Dollar. The caregiver asked that her administrator be contacted, as she no longer wished to monitor the male subject. A new caregiver arrived on the scene.
A juvenile female was taken to the hospital after stating that she was having suicidal thoughts.
A male subject was arrested for assaulting a police officer on East 4th Street.
Two juveniles and one adult male were arrested for stealing and tampering after removing items from a vehicle that was parked at Love’s.
A caller reported that a male subject was found asleep on their porch. The male subject was transported from the location.
A caller advised that a large dog repeatedly gets loose on Center Street. The owner of the dog was notified.
A female subject notified a patrolling officer in the area of West 3rd Street that she had been scared by a male subject. The woman stated that the male asked for a cigarette and kept walking toward her when she told him to stay away.
A caller on Summit reported that stray cats had destroyed the cover to her greenhouse, and that she believed the cats were coming from nearby apartments.
A suspicious person was reported being seen on East Main Street.
A female subject was reportedly wandering around the truck lot at Love’s. The woman was not located in the area.
A suspected intoxicated male subject reportedly threatened to burn down a structure on State Route DD. The subject left the area while officers were responding and was not able to be located. The Howell County Sheriff’s Office later advised that they had located the subject.
Damage was reported to the monument at Booster Field.
A suicidal female was reported at a home on North Ash. The woman declined medical treatment.
A domestic disturbance was reported at a residence on South Center Street. One subject reported that they had been struck in the head with a sprayer wand.
Brush that had possibly fallen from a truck was removed from West Main Street.
A tenant at a home on Center Street. Reported that the water and electric in the home had been turned off by the landlord.
A juvenile was reported to be in possession of marijuana at the high school.
A vehicle was parked outside in G&W Foods obstructing access to a dumpster.
A male subject was arrested for driving while revoked/suspended and was taken to the Howell County Sheriff’s Office on two active warrants from Poplar Bluff.
A resident on Summit reported that a male subject had pointed a rifle at her 14-year-old daughter and threatened to shoot her dogs.
A female subject reported that a male subject, who had been previously trespassed from her property, had returned. The male subject was not able to be located in the area.
A caller advised that a pit bull was roaming the area of Bray Drive at night. Extra patrol was conducted in the area.
Assistance was requested at MFA due to an accident with a tractor trailer. A cattle trailer had overturned, and cattle panels were needed to contain cattle coming off the trailer.
A vehicle was reportedly blocking fuel access at MFA. MFA was advised to tow the vehicle out of the way.
A male subject was arrested on an active warrant from Stone County, Arkansas.
A caller reported that someone on a scooter nearly struck him.
A caller reported that his friend had visited the Willow Springs area and was supposed to head back to California in early August but had not yet returned. Attempts at making contact had been unsuccessful.
The manager of Casey’s reported that someone had been digging through the dumpster, tearing open bags of trash and leaving trash on the ground.