Willow Springs Police Department
Wed, 07/29/2020 - 1:03pm admin
The police department responded to the Dollar General for a report of counterfeit money.
Thomas E Ellis, Springfield, Mass., exceeded posted speed limit
Jasper L Menzel, Willow Springs, no valid license
Alysha Lynn Delgado, Willow Springs, failed to register vehicle
Laken Christopher Pierce, Mountain View, failure to maintain financial responsibility and failed to register vehicle
Clayborn Wayne Guffey, Moody, MO, exceeded posted speed limit
Sierra L Coram, Billings, MO, exceeded posted speed limit
Margaret E Neff, Springfield, exceeded posted speed limit
Joni Lynn Ray, Archi, MO, failure to maintain financial responsibility
Johnny Lee Gebert, Mountain View, stop sign violation
Beth Ann Wilcox, Butte, Mont., no valid license
Erin Kate Barton, Calhoun, Ga., exceeded posted speed limit
Shelby Rae Detwiler, Pomona, stop sign violation
William Lee Birchler, Willow Springs, stop sign violation
Shelby S Legrand, Broseley, Mo., stop sign violation
Alexander G Albers, Mountain View, exceeded posted speed limit
Calls for Service
An individual called the police department to report several men with shovels were beating on her door. An officer responded and spoke with the resident. She stated that the men were coming through the walls. The officer checked the area and did not find anyone.
A man called the police department to speak with Animal Control about his neighbor’s cats. The cats were climbing up on his greenhouse and tearing it up. Animal Control visited the man’s address and will contact the neighbor.
While on a general patrol, an officer found an alley-facing garage door open on East Main Street. The officer contacted 911 who left a message on the after hours phone number. The business owner arrived as the officer was leaving, and the building was found to be secure.
The police department received a report of a broken window on West Main Street. The responding officer found the window appears to have been broken by a rock.
The police department received a report of a black extended cab pick up speeding down Grand Street. An officer checked the area but was unable to locate the vehicle.
Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop G asked the police department to be on the lookout for a small grey school bus on Highway 60/63. A responding officer was unable to locate the vehicle.
911 dispatched an officer to speak with a woman in reference to a house that she is trying to sell on High Street.
An officer responded to a two-vehicle motor vehicle accident on Highway 60/63 by the Love’s Truck Stop.
The police department was asked to be on the lookout for a child who ran from his foster parents at the fair in Mountain Grove. The child is believed to be with his grandfather.
The police department responded to a disturbance. A parent and teenager had an argument and the teenager left the residence. The parent will contact the police department if the teenager is not back by dark.
The police department responded to a burglar alarm at Snappy Mart. Upon arrival, the officer was informed that the clerk had accidentally pressed the alarm button instead of the pump reset button.
An officer responded to a domestic disturbance at the East Main Apartments. The officer spoke with the parties at the residence and they stated that they were not arguing, they were just yelling at their dog. The officer asked the parties to keep it down.
The police department received a report of two vehicles racing on Highway 60/63. An officer checked the area but was unable to locate the vehicles.
The police department was informed that an unknown person had painted “black lives matter” on the parking lot at Booster Field. The responding officer located the graffitti and it was covered over by city employees.
The police department was requested to escort a funeral procession to the city cemetery.
An officer responded to a report of a dog that was not on a leash at Booster Field. When the officer arrived, the individual and dog were gone.
The police department was requested to make contact with a resident on North Walnut. An officer spoke with the resident who was upset because his caretaker would not let him go to the car wash.
An officer performed a wellbeing check on an individual at an apartment building. When the officer arrived, the apartment was vacant.
The police department received a report of harassment. An officer responded to the location. The neighbor has a sign in her window stating, “I’m 46, stop harassing me.” The reporting parting states her granddaughter puts her phone in the window at night and plays Tik Tok. The neighbor with the sign believes it to be harassment.
An officer was dispatched for a wellbeing check on a woman and her child. The woman had a verbal argument with her fiance and left the residence with her child. The officer spoke with both parties and the woman and her child were going to stay elsewhere.
911 contacted the police department for an individual who found a license plate on his property. An officer called the individual and gave instructions on what to do with the license plate.