Evart Police Department April 2 to April 8 April 2 \u2022 Officers were called to an assault between students on the school bus. The case remains open at this time. \u2022 Officers were called to stand-by during a\u00a0Child Protective Services interview regarding neglect allegations. It was determined the case occurred outside the city and the case was turned over to the proper agency. \u2022 A set of El Camino keys were found and turned in\u00a0at the Evart Police Department. Please call (231) 734-5911 to claim these keys. \u2022 Officers were called to a complaint of two dogs on the loose. The dogs were returned to their home and their owner was given a verbal warning. \u2022 Officers were called to conduct a well-being check on an infant. Contact was made with the child and parent. Neither was found to be in need of services. \u2022 Officers were called to assist the Osceola County Sheriff\u2019s Office with\u00a0locating a possible prowler. Contact was made with a possible suspect, but the person was found to have not been involved. April 3 \u2022 Officers were dispatched to an assault in progress at a local school. The suspect was found to have fled the scene. Officers located the suspect and placed the\u00a0subject under arrest. The\u00a0subject was transported to the Osceola County Jail and lodged on charges. \u2022 Officers were dispatched to a property damage accident. No injuries were reported. April 4 \u2022 Officers conducted a stand-by during a custody exchange. \u2022 Officers were dispatched to conduct a well-being check on a juvenile. The subject was transported to Spectrum Health Reed City Hospital for an evaluation. \u2022Officers were called to a complaint regarding insufficient funds checks for two different\u00a0instances at a local business. One has been resolved and the other is still pending. April 5 \u2022 Officers were called to the Evart Elementary School to assist with an unruly child. \u2022 Officers were dispatched for assistance in killing a spider. The caller was informed this is not a police matter and it constitutes misuse of the 911 system. The caller also was informed further misuse could lead to an arrest. The alleged arachnid was gone upon officer\u2019s arrival. \u2022 While on patrol, officers made contact with a dog at large. The dog\u2019s home and owner were located and a citation was issued. \u2022 Officers were called to investigate items missing from a local business. The case remains open at this time. \u2022 Officers were called to a complaint of a juvenile who had walked away from their home. The subject was located and returned to\u00a0their\u00a0parent. April 6 \u2022 Officers were called to a two-vehicle collision on private property. No injuries were reported. \u2022 Officers were dispatched to an attempted suicide. The subject was located and transported to Spectrum Health Reed City Hospital. \u2022 Officers were called to the Spectrum Health\u00a0 Reed City Hospital for a report of a\u00a0hit-and-run that occurred at the Evart Elementary School. The juvenile\u00a0said they were struck by a vehicle that went around the buses on to the sidewalk. The case is under investigation. April 7 \u2022 Officers took a complaint of a dog that was taken out of a vehicle. The dog was later located and returned to its owner. April 8 \u2022Officers responded to a report of an assault. The case has been forwarded to the prosecutor for review. Reed City Police Department April 1\u00a0to April 7 If you see any suspicious activity, call 911. For a non-emergency call 832-3255. Email tips to firstname.lastname@example.org. April 1 \u2022 While performing a property check at the Depot,\u00a0officers found graffiti on the walls and floor. The graffiti was written from what appeared to be the ash of burnt wood taken from the fire pit. The matter is under investigation. \u2022 While on foot patrol of the downtown area,\u00a0officers found the rear door of a local business unlocked. A search of the building found nothing out of the norm. The\u00a0officer made contact with the\u00a0key holder, who responded and secured the door. \u2022 Officers arrested a 26-year-old man on charges of disturbing the peace. He was transported to the Osceola County Jail, where he was lodged without incident. \u2022 Officers arrested a 23-year-old man\u00a0on a criminal bench warrant for a probation violation. He was transported to the Osceola County Jail, where he was lodged without incident. \u2022 Officers were requested to perform a well-being check on a woman\u00a0whose\u00a0family members reported\u00a0she had\u00a0not shown\u00a0up for a holiday dinner. They reported her phone was not working and had concerns\u00a0because they had not\u00a0heard from her. Officers located the 35-year-old\u00a0woman\u00a0at her home and requested she make contact with her family. In addition,\u00a0officers found she had a warrant for child neglect and\u00a0placed her under arrest. The woman was then transported to the Osceola County Jail,\u00a0where she was lodged without incident. \u2022 Officers responded to a\u00a0noise complaint regarding a possible domestic situation. The caller reported the incident took place in the hall of the apartments. No one was around when\u00a0the officer arrived and no one answered their doors at the time. Witnesses reported seeing a male tenant leaving the complex before\u00a0officers arrived. Officers called and spoke with the female tenant in question and issued verbal warnings regarding the noise. April 2 \u2022 Officers arrested a 32-year-old man\u00a0for\u00a0driving without vehicle insurance and an expired driver\u2019s license. In addition, he was issued a citation for an expired registration plate and a given a warning regarding his rear bumper that was missing from the vehicle. The man was argumentative with the\u00a0officer. He\u00a0was transported to the Osceola County Jail and lodged. \u2022 A 29-year-old\u00a0woman\u00a0came into the Reed City Police Department and stated\u00a0she had been involved in a domestic incident earlier\u00a0in the\u00a0day with her ex. The woman filled out a statement and was run through LEIN and found to have a valid warrant out of Osceola County. She was then placed under arrest and transported to the Osceola County Jail, where she was lodged. Officers then went to her home and found the 41-year-old male subject in question outside. He was arrested for\u00a0domestic\u00a0violence, along with prohibiting a 911 call. He was lodged at the Osceola County Jail. April 3 \u2022 Officers received a report regarding a suspicious situation involving peddlers in the area. The caller reported\u00a0four\u00a0men on foot going door-to-door soliciting for a company called Provision. The man thought it was odd as two of the men told him they were working for DTE but had Michigan Natural Gas ID badges. When confronted with this, the men left upset and drove away in a vehicle with an out of state license plate. Officers increased patrol in the area.\u00a0Residents are advised to call 911 if\u00a0any suspicious activity is observed. April 4 \u2022 Officers received a call regarding a suspicious person walking who fit the information provided of a possible suspect\u00a0police\u00a0were looking for on a warrant. The matter was unfounded. \u2022 Officers were dispatched to a possible domestic disturbance. The\u00a0caller stated\u00a0it was not clear if the situation was physical. Upon speaking with both parties, they stated\u00a0they have had problems with the neighbors doing this before. They stated that they were "bickering" and really were not fighting. Both parties deny there was any physical contact at all. Officers advised the next time they are called to respond there will be charges of disturbing the peace issued. \u2022 An officers assisted\u00a0fire\/rescue and EMS on a medical call. The EMS crew reported the subject appeared to have a seizure and although conscious, was unaware of his surroundings and had became combative with them. Upon the officer's arrival, the patients\u2019 condition had improved and he had calmed down. The\u00a0officer remained on\u00a0scene until the patient was loaded into the ambulance. April 6 \u2022 Officers were requested to respond to City Hall regarding an upsetting voicemail message from a man\u00a0who\u00a0had been in earlier that day. The man appeared to be intoxicated and upset that his trash had not been collected that morning. He was belligerent and using foul language toward\u00a0the staff and was asked to leave. Officers went to the man's house and addressed the issue with him, advising that it is not the\u00a0city employees' fault his trash was not picked up that day. No trespass papers have been requested, and a report was submitted to the\u00a0prosecutor's\u00a0office. \u2022 Officers received a call regarding a missing juvenile male. The boy was found next door a short time later. April 7 \u2022 Officers were requested to pick up a 27-year-old\u00a0woman\u00a0at the Mecosta County Jail. The woman was being held on a\u00a0misdemeanor\u00a0warrant for\u00a0fraud out of Reed City. She was then transported to the Osceola County Jail, where she was lodged without incident.