Police Reports

Wednesday, May 11, 2022

Wednesday, April 6

22:38 – An officer conducted a traffic stop at East and Daugherty signs for a stop-sign violation. A 56-year-old male driver was issued a citation for expired license plates and failure to show valid proof of insurance. The 36-year-old passenger was citied for possession of an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle.

Friday, April 8

11:02 – Officers were dispatched to Webb City High School in reference to an assault.

Friday, April 22

15:47 – I was dispatched to Kum and Go, 411 S. Madison St., in reference to a suspicious person in a white van. A 42-year-old male was arrested for DWI, possession of controlled substance and drug paraphernalia.

Wednesday, April 25

15:30 – Officers responded to Walmart for a past-tense shoplifting that had occurred at about 16:50 hours on April 22.

Friday, April 29

17:07 – An officer was dispatched to Madison Street and MacArthur Drive in reference to a non-injury motor vehicle crash. 

Saturday, April 30

18:16 – An officer was dispatched to WCPD in reference to a theft that had occurred at Walmart. A 32-year-old female was issued a citation for stealing.

Sunday, May 1

15:45 – Officers were dispatched to 841 Zigler St. for a domestic assault. A 25-year-old male was arrested for domestic assault in the third degree.

19:09 – I was dispatched to 727 W. Broadway in reference to a child custody dispute.

Monday, May 2

09:50 – Officers were dispatched to Overhead Doors of Joplin, in the Joplin/Webb City Industrial Park, 3501 W. Red Iron Drive, reference the theft of a catalytic converter.

08:56 – Officers were dispatched to East and Daugherty streets for a two-vehicle non-injury accident.

13:30 – I took a report of property damage in the 800 block of W. First St. Two female juveniles were charged with property damage.

12:13 – I was dispatched to 3525 Red Iron Drive for a past-tense theft.

18:03 – An officer was dispatched to 777 W. Cardinal Drive Apt. 4A, in reference to a stolen PlayStation.

19:56 – Officers were dispatched to Walmart for a theft in progress. A 28-year-old female was cited for stealing and giving false information to an officer.

Tuesday, May 3

11:12 – I was dispatched to 1005 W. Daughtery St. in reference to suspicious activity. The suspect and witness advised he had exposed himself and urinated in an open parking lot in view of several children.

12:40 – I took a report of a fight between two male juveniles in the 800 block of W. First St. Both were charged with assault and released to parents.

13:54 – Officers were dispatched to 1802-8C S. Oronogo St. in reference to an adult male yelling at an adult female. The man was taken into custody.

17:30 – I arrived at 218 N. Madison St. Apt. B reference a report of assault and kidnapping. One male subject was arrested for third-degree assault and second-degree kidnapping.

19:26 – A past-tense shoplifting at Wal-Mart was reported.

16:34 – An officer was dispatched to 2501 N. Range Line Road in reference to property damage.

21:52 – Officers were dispatched to the 1400 block of W. Austin St. in reference to a possible stalking in progress. A 22-year-old female was arrested on a Jasper County warrant.

18:52 – Officers were dispatched to Ninth and Jefferson streets for a check well being. A 28-year-old male was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Wednesday, May 4

08:39 – I was dispatched to the 1700 block of Redwood Dr. Apt. 145 for an obvious death.

Friday, May 6

15:53 – I was dispatched to 777 W. Cardinal #4A for a burglary.

22:35 – An officer was dispatched to the 10 block of S. Liberty St. for a runaway juvenile.

20:25 – Officers were dispatched to Walmart for a male shoplifting. As a result, a 21-year-old male was taken into custody on an outstanding warrant.

Saturday, May 7

19:16 – An officer was dispatched to Walmart in reference to a past-tense shoplifting.

18:33 – An officer was dispatched to the 10 block of S. Liberty St. for a missing juvenile.


Webb City Police Department
WCPD is at 200 W. Broadway. Don Melton is the police chief.

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