Municipal court reports:
• Jessica Marie Hertwig, of Diamond, was charged for exceeding the posted speed limit 6-10 mph over. Traffic appearance set for Nov. 24.
• Albert L. Mitchell, of Neosho, was charged for operating vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility. Traffic appearance set for Nov. 9.
• Chester J. Heilig, of Neosho, was charged for failing to stop at stop sign/line/before crosswalk/point nearest intersection. Traffic appearance set for Nov. 24.
Arrests reports from the Missouri Highway Patrol:
• On Oct. 1 at 7 p.m., Wesley W. Jones, 37, of Neosho, was arrested for a misdemeanor Newton County warrant for violating probation and not wearing a seat belt. He was taken to the Newton County Jail where he remains bondable.
Inspections by the Newton County Health Department:
• Wild-Cat Donut Shop, 300 S. Neosho Blvd., Neosho, was inspected on Sept. 15. The inspector noted there was no documentation available to show evidence of person in charge is using time as control, many bags of donut flour not closed and properly sealed between uses, unmarked spray bottle, in the 2-door cooler raw eggs on top shelf were over ready-to-eat items. At re-inspection the inspector noted all critical items had been corrected and the facility received a medium risk rate.
• Wendy’s, 115 S. Neosho Blvd, Neosho, was inspected on April 14. The inspector noted that floor tile was broken and not in good condition in places in food prep area, including tile baseboards. The facility received a medium risk rate.