WEBB CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT
Wednesday, June 29, 2022
WEBB CITY FIREWORKS CODES
Section 205.200 Sale of Fireworks
Permissible items of consumer fireworks defined in Section 320.131, RSMo., may be sold at retail by holders of a seasonal retail permit during the selling periods of 9:00 A.M. through 11:00 P.M. the first (1st) day of July through Midnight of July fourth (4th).
Section 205.220 Dates and Hours For Use.
The permitted discharge of fireworks within the City shall be limited to the hours between 9:00 A.M. and 11:00 P.M. from July first (1st) through July fourth (4th) and between the hours of 11:30 P.M. and 1:00 A.M. from December thirty-first (31st) through January first (1st).
The ordinance prohibiting aerial fireworks in the City was repealed during the April 25, 2022, City Council meeting.
Sunday, June 12
08:46 – I was dispatched to 1606 S. Oronogo St. in reference to property damage.
14:04 – I was dispatched to WCPD in reference to fraud.
Wednesday, June 15
09:56 – I was dispatched to 1116 W. Aylor St. in reference to property damage.
12:18 – I was dispatched to 1215 W Broadway in reference to a motor vehicle accident in which one of the drivers left the scene.
13:32 – I arrived at 605 N. Ball St. for a report of animal cruelty. The caller reported a dog at that residence was underfed and had been outside with no available water.
Thursday, June 16
08:09 – I was dispatched to 517 N. Liberty St. to assist the Division of Social Services on a hotline call. A 25-year-old resident was arrested on several outstanding Webb City warrants.
17:19 – I was dispatched to MacArthur Drive and Main Street for a two-vehicle, non-injury traffic crash.
Saturday, June 18
18:50 – An officer was dispatched to 820 W. 12th St. for a found backpack.
13:08 – An officer was dispatched to the 1700 block of Redwood Drive in reference to a medical unknown.
16:18 – Officers were dispatched to 1302 W. Austin St. in reference to a motorcycle theft. One adult female was taken into custody.
Sunday, June 19
05:45 – Officers were dispatched to 210 W. Fourth St. in reference to gun shots fired.
Monday, June 20
00:05 – Officers contacted a 40-year-old male at the parking lot of U.S. Bank, 1723 S. Madison St. He was arrested for an active warrant.
16:43 – Officers were dispatched to an unknown trouble call at 1815 Bluebird Drive. One male was arrested for domestic assault and exparte violation.
10:42 – I was dispatched to the station in reference to a theft that occurred at the Route 66 park at Broadway and Daugherty. The victim reported she left a backpack full of electronics, jewelry, and personal items somewhere near a trash can and left the area. When she returned, her backpack and its contents were gone.
13:54 – Officers were dispatched to a two-vehicle motor vehicle crash at Madison Street and MacArthur Drive. There were no injuries. One female received two citations.
07:02 – Officers were dispatched to a past-tense burglary at 821 Golf Road.
Tuesday, June 21
19:49 – Officers were dispatched to 1711 Redwood Drive Apt. 57 in reference to a subject refusing to leave the apartment. One 18-year-old male was arrested for an outstanding arrest warrant.
21:01 – An officer was dispatched to the intersection of East Street and MacArthur Drive, the roundabout, in reference to a motor vehicle accident.
I was dispatched to the station for a theft that occurred at 1717 W. Broadway sometime overnight. The victim reported his Craftsman pressure washer and a Stihl SF 38 weed eater were taken from a his yard.
Wednesday, June 22
I took an informational report of a high pressure paint hose bursting on the Webb City street stripping machine and spraying another vehicle by accident. The incident occurred on Fountain Road near Gold Stream Drive while the crew was painting the center stripping on Fountain Street. A white 2022 Ram 2500 was hit with an aerial spray of yellow paint as it drove by.
10:00 – I received a call for service at 515 East Ware St. in reference to a theft of property. A male was subsequently arrested and charged with stealing.
11:26 – An offer was dispatched to 717 W. Third St. in reference to a motor vehicle theft.
I took the report of an overnight theft from an unlocked motor vehicle at 1711 Redwood Drive.
18:24 – Officers were dispatched to the 1600 block of Washington Terrace in reference to a juvenile running away. While on scene taking the report the juvenile called and was located safe.
17:36 – An officer made a traffic stop at Jillian Lane and East St. One adult male was taken into custody.
20:40 – Officers responded to the 1300 block of N. Main St. in reference to a runaway juvenile. The juvenile was located and one adult was taken into custody.
I took a report at 1304 W. Austin St. for three stolen motorcycles. A witness advised he saw the known male suspect and two other male individuals take the motorcycles about two weeks earlier. The known male suspect was arrested for stealing. Case under investigation.
Thursday, June 23
13:45 – At 1121 W. Broadway, a male subject was arrested for multiple Joplin City warrants as well as found to be a felon in possession of a firearm. The firearm was seized and the subject taken to the Joplin city jail for warrants. Charges for the firearm were sent to the state prosecutor.
15:00 – I took a report of an overnight theft from an unlocked motor vehicle at 585 E. Fountain Road.
Friday, June 24
10:23 – Officers were dispatched to 4 Robert J. Baker Parkway for a vehicle reported abandoned that was obstructing a public works project. The vehicle was towed and the owners were contacted.
16:08 – An officer conducted a traffic stop at Daugherty and Webb streets. The 75-year-old male driver was arrested for driving while suspended.
20:41 – An officer was dispatched to 403 N. Roane St. in reference to a past-tense property damage report, of which the damage originally occurred on the Wal-Mart parking lot.
Saturday, June 25
22:15 – Officers were dispatched to the 200-block of N. College St. in reference to some suspicious activity. Information was obtained and a cell phone was seized.