Activity Report From The Ava Police Dept.

Reggie Johnson, Chief

Phone 417-683-2900Answered 24 Hours a Day

Calls By Type

Sept. 1 – 7

      • Alarm – 1
      • Animal Call – 6
      • Assault – 1
      • Agency Assist – 12
      • Auto Theft – 1
      • Check Building – 2
      • Check Person – 3
      • Check Vehicle – 8
      • Check Well-Being -2
      • C&I Driver – 1
      • Civil – 1
      • Community Policing – 4
      • Domestic Disturbance – 1
      • General Disturbance – 8
      • Drugs, All Activities – 1
      • Follow-up – 1
      • Forgery – 1
      • Funeral Escort – 2
      • Misc / All Other – 12
      • Missing Person/Juvenile- -1
      • Motor Vehicle Crash – 1
      • Paper Service – 1
      • Private Property Accident – 2
      • Stalled Vehicle – 1
      • Stealing -1 
      • Traffic Stop – 17
      • Trespassing – 1
      • Cemetery Gates – 10

Total Calls – 101

On 9/1, Ava Police responded to  FF Highway, for reports of a man lying in the road. The subject said he was resting his back, and was headed to a nearby residence.

On 9/1, Ava Police responded to a business on Springfield Road, where employees reported a customer had been huffing paint thinner. Police took a name and description of suspect.

On 9/2, Ava Police responded to a fender bender at the South Caseys location. 

On 9/2 Ava Police responded to Walmart over reports of a dog left in a car. Officers made contact with the owner and determined the animal was not in distress.

On 9/2, Ava Police responded to the Cattle Baron store on the square for reports of an intruder in the basement. Officers determined it was the store manager.

On 9/3, Ava Police responded to the 500 block of Washington and isssued a warning for animal neglect.

On 9/3, Ava Police responded to a location on East 14 Highway, over reports of a subject who had lost their mind. Officers spoke to both involved parties and found no issue.

On 9/6, Ava Police recovered a stolen vehicle at Ava Drug.

On 9/7, Ava Police responded to reports of an argument in the former Victory Academy parking lot. Officers determined that no argument occured, one subject had gotten poked in the eye.