Oct. 6, 2021

Thursday, Sept. 2

18:57 – I was dispatched to Walmart for the theft of money. A 37-year-old male was issued a citation for stealing.

Friday, Sept. 3

18:38 – I was dispatched to Murphy USA for a gas drive-off. A citiation was mailed to a 24-year-old male for theft of motor fuel.

Friday, Sept. 10

20:42 – I was dispatched to 4506 Dirt Road for an assault in progress.

Tuesday, Sept. 14

22:10 – Officer’s conducted a warrant service at 901 N. Main St., due to numerous subjects there with active warrants. Three subjects were arrested for active warrants.

Wednesday, Sept. 15

19:35 – I was dispatched to 824 N. East St. in reference to the theft of a credit card.

Wednesday, Sept. 22

17:54 – I contacted two motorists at Stadium Drive and Madison Street who were involved in a traffic crash. At the time, neither driver wanted a crash report. I logged basic information and cleared the scene. Several days later, I was contacted by one of the vehicle owners requesting a report.

Thursday, Sept. 23

16:33 – I was dispatched to Walmart in reference to shoplifting. A report was sent to the juvenile office.

Officers responded to 1732-158 Redwood Drive for a complaint of peace disturbance. The reporting party advised that a female was banging on her windows and yelling at her and that it was disturbing her. One female was taken into custody and found to be in possession of drugs, which were seized. The female was taken into custody with out incident.

19:24 – I was dispatched to 422 N. Washington St. in reference to property damage. A citation was sent to a 32-year-old male.

Friday, Sept. 24

18:11 – I was dispatched to Walmart in reference to shoplifting

18:08 – I was dispatched to Walmart in reference to shoplifting. A 32-year-old male and a 34-year-old female were issued citations for shoplifting.

Saturday, Sept. 25

18:50 – I was dispatched to 329 S Ball Street for an abandoned vehicle. A report was taken for stolen license plates.

21:13 – I was dispatched to 660 E. Daugherty St. in reference to an assault. A 26-year-old male was arrested for assault.

Sunday, Sept. 26

15:25 – I received a call for service at Walmart in reference to shoplifting in progress. A white male and female were arrested for shoplifting.

18:04 – Officers responded to 1607 S. Washington Terrace in reference to a domestic in progress.

Monday, Sept. 27

09:23 – I was dispatched to 1620 Prier Lane in reference to damage to a vehicle parked in front of a residence.

08:12 – I received a call for service 1899 S. Madison in reference to a theft from motor vehicle.

11:38 – I received a call for service at 1402 N. Main St. reference to a theft from a motor vehicle.

12:43 – I contacted a male subject for a traffic offense and arrested him for a Webb City warrant.

13:17 – I was dispatched to 11 S. Tom St. in reference to the theft of a package that was left at the place of business by the delivery person.

13:25 – I was dispatched King Jack Park in reference to a burglary. Upon arrival, the caller stated between 12:30 and 13:30 hours someone forced entry into a maintenance building and took several items.

16:12 – Officers responded to WCPD in reference to an assault that occurred in the 900 block of W. First St.

15:47 – I was dispatched to 1814 Bluebird for past-tense property damage.

22:18 – A traffic stop was made on a silver Dodge van near the intersection of First and Oronogo streets in reference to a traffic violation. The driver was cited for driving while suspended.

08:09 – I was dispatched to Mt. Hope Cemetery in reference to the discovery of clothing and drugs with drug paraphernalia.

Tuesday, Sept. 28

19:14 – I was dispatched to the station for a child custody issue. The caller reported she left her baby at her ex-boyfriend’s home at 746 N. Oak St. on Aug. 22. Her ex-boyfriend still has custody of her child, she did not know where they were and she wanted her child returned.

Wednesday, Sept. 29

13:27 – Officers were dispatched to 1408 Mary Lanein reference to a possible kidnapping. A 23-year-old male was stopped leaving the area and after an investigation it was determined not to be a kidnapping, but the male was arrested for violation of an order of protection and endangering the welfare of a child.

Thursday, Sept. 30

01:25 – I was dispatched to 815 S. Walker St. in reference to a past-tense theft.

17:06 – I was dispatched to Fountain Road and Lakeview Drive for a single-vehicle crash.

Friday, Oct. 1

08:43 – Officers were dispatched to Casey’s, 337 S. Main St., where officers had received information that a wanted subject was at this location. One male was arrested without incident on multiple warrants from multiple agencies.

10:00 – I made contact with a subject at WCPD for driving while revoked.

10:00 – I took a report from a victim reporting his Hydrocodone medication was stolen from his unlocked vehicle at some point while he made several stops around Webb City on the morning of Sept. 30.

16:17 – I was dispatched to 1148 S. Hall St. for a possible burglary. The caller reported someone had cut a lock on one of her doors.

22:23 An officer conducted a traffic stop at Madison Street and Mount Hope Road in reference to a lane violation. The 25-year-old male driver was cited and arrested for improper use of lane, failure to register a motor vehicle, possession of marijuana, possession of an open container of alcohol, and driving while intoxicated.

Saturday, Oct. 2

15:55 – I was contacted at WCPD in reference to a theft of property at 318 S. Main St.

11:26 – I received a call for service at WCPD in reference to sexual misconduct in the 400 block of N. Hall St.

20:10 – I was dispatched to 1711 Redwood Drive Apt. 42 in reference to a lost item.

20:52 – A leaving-the-scene crash occurred on the parking lot of Discount Smokes, 306 N. Main St.

21:30 – An officer conducted a traffic stop at Range Line Road and Ten Pin Lane in reference to defective equipment. The 27-year-old male driver was cited and arrested for defective equipment and driving while suspended.

Webb City Police Department

WCPD is at 200 W. Broadway. Don Melton is the police chief.