Kaden Farrell, 19, Birch Tree, was ticketed at 3:29 a.m. Nov. 17 on a charge of having expired plates. Officer Alexis Johnson.
Stacy Marshall, 37, Prairie Grove, Ark., was ticketed at 8:14 a.m. Nov. 18 on a charge of speeding by 16-19 mph over.
Jayden Reese, 21, Mtn. View, was ticketed at 6:22 p.m. Nov. 21 on a charge of stealing, value less than $500.
Alvia Guster, 22, San Antonio, Texas, was ticketed at 5:01 p.m. Nov. 23 on a charge of speeding by 20-25 mph over. Officer Israel Guidry.
A 17-year-old driver from Mtn. View was ticketed at 8:43 p.m. Nov. 25 on a charge of failure to yield the right-of-way. Law enforcement does not publicize the identities of minors. Officer Johnson.
Brandy Gray, 47, Mtn. View, was ticketed at 10:24 p.m. Nov. 25 on charges of failure to show proof of insurance and failure to register vehicle. Officer Johnson.
Anthony Marler, 32, Mtn. View, was ticketed at 12:01 a.m. Nov. 25 on a charge of failure to show proof of insurance. Officer Johnson.
Laura McCormick, 37, Mtn. View, was ticketed at 10:46 p.m. Nov. 26 on a charge of disturbing the peace.
Christopher Belcher, no age given, Raymondville, was ticketed at 1:58 a.m. Nov. 27 on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.
Kimberly Rose, 55, Independence, was ticketed at 10:10 a.m. Nov. 27 on a charge of speeding by 11-15 mph over. Officer Matthew Combs.
Tyler Snyder, 25, Birch Tree, was ticketed at 12:04 p.m. Nov. 27 on a charge of failure to register a motor vehicle. Officer Combs.
Jimmy West, 42, Mtn. View, was ticketed at 1:28 p.m. Nov. 27 on a charge of property damage/vandalism, value less than $500. Officer Combs.
Jeffrey Davis, 54, West Plains, was ticketed at 7:54 a.m. Tuesday on a charge of speeding by 11-15 mph over. Officer Combes.
Assistant Chief Stetson Schwien was conducting area checks on Nov. 17, and at a laundromat, someone reported a man and woman had a knife and gun. Schwien spoke to the reporting party, after being unable to find the pair, who said they had come into the laundromat with a gun and knife on their hips.
On Nov. 17, Officer Kaleb Berkshire gave assistance to a family whose 13-year-old child had determined she did not want to listen to her parents and she was going to run away. He spoke to the teen and the parents. The parents requested the juvenile office be contacted, and Officer Berkshire recommended counseling for the entire family.
Officer Johnson gave assistance on Nov. 18 to a family whose child had gone outside and hidden from his parents after an argument.
On Nov. 19, Officer Johnson took information regarding a sex offense, to be sent to the jurisdiction where the offense took place.
Officer Johnson gave assistance Nov. 19 in a matter of multiple intoxicated people struggling to be around one another.
On Nov. 19, Officer Combs was dispatched to check the well-being of a woman who was reportedly struggling to walk, but he was unable to find anyone.
Officer Combs took a call on Nov. 19 from a person who had recently moved into the area and wanted to know ATV laws. The caller was advised a permit is needed to drive one inside city limits.
On Nov. 19, 911 dispatch alerted police officers to a water main leak in front of a home. The water department was advised. Officer Combs.
Officer Combs spoke to someone on Nov. 19 who requested extra patrol in an area the caller was doing work, as vehicles and tools would be in that area.
On Nov. 19, Officer Combs assisted Children’s Division staff with an interview.
Officer Combs spoke to someone on Nov. 19 who wanted to make officers aware of a dune buggy doing donuts and damaging her vehicles.
On Nov. 19, as a follow-up to an investigation, Officer Combs spoke to parents of a child who had been fighting.
Officer Combs conducted a traffic stop on Nov. 19 and issued the driver a ticket for speeding.
On Nov. 19, a caller informed Officer Combs that a controlled burn was planned.
Officer Combs left a complaint form at a business on Nov. 19 concerning a gas drive-off.
On Nov. 20, Officer Combs conducted a traffic stop and issued the driver a ticket for speeding.
Officer Combs was called on Nov. 20 to assist people who wanted Tok now where to get help with gas.
On Nov. 20, Officer Combs was called to assist with a deer stuck in the softball field.
Officer Guidry responded on Nov. 20 to a call regarding a vehicle traveling west in the eastbound lane on an unspecified road. He was not able find the vehicle.
On Nov. 21, Officer Berkshire spoke with someone who reported property stolen off of her deck, but did not know when it occurred.
Officer Berkshire responded Nov. 22 to a call concerning four loose dogs attacking other dogs. When he arrived, the dogs ran and became aggressive; when he went to knock on the owner’s door, two of the dogs barked aggressively at him, one of them biting his ankle and calf, but not hard enough to break skin. Animal Control was called to remove the aggressive animals, but between Berkshire and the animal control officer, they were able to get the animals locked back into their kennels. The owner will be issued a warning.
On Nov. 22, Officer Berkshire spoke with a caller who said there were errors in her accident report and wanted to meet with the responding officer at the police station.
Officer Guidry conducted a well-being check on a man laying in a field on Nov. 22. The man said he was waiting for someone to leave his cousin’s home, as he did not get along with the person.
On Nov. 22, Officer Guidry responded to a report of a vehicle out with a dog hit on the highway; both were gone when he arrived.
Officer Robert Pointdexter responded to a call regarding a domestic disturbance in progress on Nov. 22. It was determined to be a verbal argument with no physical contact.
On Nov. 22, Officer Poindexter assisted a driver who had hit a deer with his vehicle and wanted a report.
Officer Poindexter responded to assist a woman on Thanksgiving Day who “had been drinking and smoking that stuff that makes the kids crazy,” but was unable to identify what she had smoked. She asked to be admitted to Ozarks Healthcare. An ambulance was called to take her to the hospital. While speaking to the officer, the woman reportedly said her husband had slapped her in the face, but she did not want charges pressed.
On Thanksgiving, Officer Berkshire conducted a well-being check.
The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office called on Thanksgiving regarding a drug case involving a man who had been arrested on that county’s warrants. The caller was advised to have the man take care of his warrants and then to contact Mtn. View Police. Officer Berkshire.
On Thanksgiving, Officer Berkshire responded to a call regarding a careless and imprudent driver on a red moped on North Ash by Valley View Apartments. He found an adult on a small moped and informed the person of the rules of the road and the necessity to be a licensed driver to drive on city and state roads.
Officer Johnson conducted a traffic stop on a driver suspected of driving while intoxicated on Thanksgiving. The driver tested under the legal limit for blood alcohol content, and then when tested again after a wait period, the BAC level continued to drop.
On Nov. 25, Cpl. Trenton Roberts was dispatched to David Drive for an assault. He spoke with the resident, who said no assault had happened. The reporting party called back and said they were elsewhere in town; the officer went to that location and took a statement.
Officer Guidry spoke to a citizen on Nov. 25 and gave a warning about not using sidewalks.
On Nov. 25, Cpl. Roberts was dispatched to East U.S. 60 for a plastic tote in the road, but he did not find one.
Cpl. Roberts was dispatched Nov. 25 to Valley View Apartments on Nov. 25 for a verbal domestic disturbance. Both parties were spoken to and separated.
On Nov. 25, Cpl. Roberts spoke to a woman waiting outside the police station. She requested an ambulance to take her to the stress unit. One was called.
Officer Johnson responded on Nov. 26 to U.S. 60 to move a deer that had been hit.
On Nov. 26, Officer Combs was dispatched to a building for an attempt break-in. The suspects were unable to gain entry.
Cpl. Roberts was dispatched on Nov. 27 to Walmart for a civil matter regarding a vehicle exchange. He spoke to both parties and the matter was resolved.
On Nov. 27, a woman reported someone had been breaking into duplexes and asked for an officer to look around, as well as for extra patrol to be conducted. Officer Combs checked the area and found a man on the property; the man was ticketed on a charge of property damage.
Officer Combs responded Nov. 27 to the scene of an accident in which a vehicle had driven off the road and into a ditch. The owner said an accident report was not needed.
On Nov. 27, Officer Guidry assisted a driver.
Officer Johnson responded on Nov. 27 to a call regarding a person getting out of a vehicle and approaching another while making aggressive statements. A ticket was issued for disturbing the peace.
On Nov. 27, Officer Johnson conducted a traffic stop and issued a ticket for possession of drug paraphernalia.
Officer Guidry completed requested extra patrol on Nov. 27.
On Nov. 27, Officer Guidry responded to a call regarding an argument between a woman and her adult son. The man returned to his home and was told he has been trespassed.
Cpl. Roberts was contacted on Nov. 27 about a semitruck’s load that appeared to be in danger of coming off while driving. The vehicle was not found.
On Nov. 27, Cpl. Roberts attempted to return a call from someone who inquired whether there were any active warrants for his arrest. Multiple attempts were made, unsuccessfully. The man later called back with the same question, and was given the information.
Officer Poindexter conducted a well-being check on Tuesday. The reporting party was standing outside and said his girlfriend wouldn’t answer her phone or the door. The officer was unable to make contact with her.
On Tuesday, Officer Combs responded for a complaint of a dog trying to attack a woman. He spoke to the reporting party and tried to contact the animal’s owner.
Officer Combs was asked on Tuesday to check the well-being of a woman who said her dog had been put down and she was feeling sad. He made contact with her, and she was drunk.
On Tuesday, Officer Combs noticed a vehicle with hazard lights on and stopped to speak with the driver, who was doing repairs. He was able to get the vehicle repaired enough to get it on its way.
Officer Combs was dispatched Tuesday to help emergency medical workers make contact with a man. By the time he arrived, they had already made contact and no longer needed assistance.
On Wednesday, Officer Poindexter was notified by 911 of a traffic crash. He was unable to locate it. Dispatch then advised it was a phone that had been dropped off of a moving vehicle.
Officer Poindexter was dispatched Wednesday to a call regarding a woman with a knife. He spoke with the reporting party who said no one had a knife, but there was an argument between her and her sister’s boyfriend. Complaint forms were left with the reporting party to fill out and will be picked up.
On Wednesday, Officer Poindexter conducted a well-being check and it turned out the person who called for the check was also the reporting party, who had lost a working phone. The reporting party had called from an old phone that only works to call 911. The officer tried to help find the lost phone, but it was not located.
A woman reported on Wednesday a man with whom she once was in business has cameras on her property watching her. Officer Berkshire went to her property and gathered information for a report.
On Wednesday, Officer Guidry responded to an animal complaint, but the animal’s owner and neighbors said it had not been out of the house.
Officer Poindexter was dispatched on Wednesday to help a citizen who had been given a new dog from a family member because her old dog had been euthanized, and she was unable to keep the new dog due to the emotional stress. The officer took the dog to the city pound, where it was secured.
On Wednesday, Officer Poindexter was dispatched for a 911 hang-up call. He spoke with the elderly couple living at the residence the call had reportedly come from, and they said they had not dialed 911.
Officer Poindexter conducted area checks on Wednesday and found the golf course gates in need of closing, which he did.
On Wednesday, Officer Guidry conducted extra patrol.
Officer Poindexter responded Thursday to assist another agency with a medical lift.
On Thursday, Officer Berkshire responded to a call regarding a youth assaulting siblings and parents. The case will be referred to the Division of Family Services, as a conflict with family had taken place. Injuries were photographed.
Officer Poindexter conducted area checks on Thursday and found the golf course gates in need of closing, which he did.
On Thursday, Officer Poindexter was dispatched for a well-being check on someone who possibly had alcohol poisoning after a reporting party called 911 to inquire what alcohol poisoning looks like. The call was transferred to Mercy Hospital for medical advice, and the hospital requested police presence at the home to assist the reporting party. Police helped her change soiled pants. She declined an ambulance, but left with a family member to go to the hospital.