Willow Springs Police

September 24
Nicola-Eliast George Saba, West Plains, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Jessie Parker Dowler, Springfield, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Decota A.R. Tiller, Strafford, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Jonathan Ray Rosenbum, Willow Springs, failure to display state license plates, failure to maintain financial responsibility. 
September 25
Ren Chase Bryant, Kirksville, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Ronnie Lee Harper, Radcliff, Ky., exceeding the posted speed limit. 
Daijohn Tracy Wooten, Independence, exceeding the posted speed limit. 
September 26
Tiara Bre Davis, Cabool, failure to register a motor vehicle, no valid operator license. 
September 27
Julie Ann Hicks, Willow Springs, assault. 
Charles Eugene White, Willow Springs, nuisance violation. 
September 28
Jayson Cory McDow, Willow Springs, littering. 
Leonard James Beason, failure to register a motor vehicle, failure to maintain financial responsibility. 
Calls for Service 
September 23
A minor accident was reported in a parking lot on the 800 block of Main Street. 
A call was received regarding a female subject possibly threatening self-harm. 
An assault between three juveniles was reported on Corn Avenue. Charges are pending. 
September 24
A report was received of a juvenile female that did not return home after school. As officers were leaving the residence, the girl returned home. 
A report was received of juveniles damaging the restrooms at Booster Field. No damage was found in the bathrooms. 
A male subject reported the theft of a trailer and step ladder. 
A caller reported a motorcycle being ridden up and down Center Street.
September 25
A thunderstorm caused a tree to fall on East Sixth Street. The tree landed on a vehicle and house, causing damage. 
Lift assistance was given to EMS who had responded to an individual that had fallen from a ladder at Hillbilly Junction. 
A verbal altercation was reported on North Ash. One involved party stated that he was running short on medication for psychiatric issues. 
A verbal altercation between neighbors was reported on Corn Avenue. The two argued over bushes being trimmed between the two properties. 
A wallet was found at US Bank. The wallet was returned to the owner. 
September 26
A suspicious vehicle was reported at the practice field at the school. The driver of the vehicle was at the playground with his two small children. 
A suspicious subject was reported near the YMCA. The man stated that he was resting before going to work. 
A domestic disturbance between a guardian and a juvenile was reported at a home on Lane Street. 
A domestic disturbance was reported at a residence on North Grand. The involved parties agreed to separate for the night. 
A report was received of a juvenile threatening self-harm and harm to others. The juvenile was transported to Ozarks Healthcare in West Plains. 
An unoccupied vehicle was reported near the Church of Christ on Bolerjack Road. 
A woman reported that a male subject was trespassing inside her father’s vacant home on Park Street. A vehicle found near the home was towed from the scene. 
A rifle and ammunition were reportedly observed inside of a vehicle at the high school. The student who drove the vehicle stated that the gun and ammunition had remained in the vehicle from hunting the previous night. The student’s father was called to the school to take the gun and ammunition home. 
A suspicious subject was observed peering into windows at a church on Center Street. The subject was gone upon arrival of an officer. 
A female subject reported being threatened by her sister. The woman was advised of legal remedies. 
A two-vehicle accident was reported near Love’s. No injuries were reported. 
A possible gunshot was reported on Center Street. Nothing was found in the area. 
September 27
A well-being check was conducted at a home on East 6th Street. No medical attention was needed. 
A report was received that a subject was possibly trying to steal items from a vehicle parked behind the laundromat. Contact was made with the subject who was retrieving an item left for them by the owner of the vehicle. 
A caller reported that he had received a call about someone coming to his home, and he feared that it might be a scam.
A caller reported seeing a cougar near Booster Field. 
A vehicle was reported stolen on East Main Street. 
September 28
A truck was reported stolen at Willow Villa apartments. 
A caller reported receiving threatening messages and phone calls from an ex-girlfriend. The caller was advised of legal remedies. 
Contact was made with the school resource officer in reference to a juvenile possessing marijuana. 
A caller reported a noisy generator on North Grand. The generator was turned off. 
September 29
A dispute over a parking spot was reported on Center Street. The vehicle in question was moved at the request of an officer. 
A male subject was trespassed from Love’s after being found sleeping in the laundry room. The subject had previously been trespassed from Love’s. 
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