Evart Police Department April 9 to April 15 April 9 \u2022 Officers were dispatched to the Evart Middle School for a threats complaint. It was determined the threat was not valid. The school requested the case be reviewed by the prosecutor. \u2022 Officers were dispatched to a breaking and entering complaint. It was determined no crime was committed. \u2022 While making a traffic stop, officers made contact with a subject who had a warrant for their arrest. The subject was turned over to the Osceola County Sheriff\u2019s Officer for transport to the Osceola County Jail to be lodged. \u2022 Officers were called to serve a no trespass order. The subject signed the order and accepted it without incident. April 11 \u2022 While on patrol, officers made contact with a minor in possession of tobacco products. The case remains open at this time. \u2022 Officers were called to complaint of a malicious use of a telecommunication device. The case remains open at time. \u2022 A mail scam was reported to the Evart Police Department. The case is being turned over to the United States Post Office fraud department. \u2022 Officers were dispatched to a suspicious situation at a local business. \u2022 Officers were dispatched to a threats complaint. The suspect remains at large and the case remains open at this time. April 13 \u2022 Officers were called to assist the Michigan State Police with a runaway from the Muskegon River Youth Home. The subject was located and returned to the facility. \u2022 Officers were dispatched to a civil complaint. The subjects resolved their differences. \u2022 Officers were called to a failure to pay complaint at a local gas station. The case remains open at this time. Reed City Police Department April 8\u00a0to April 14, 2018 If you see any suspicious activity, call 911. For a non-emergency call 832-3255. Email tips to email@example.com. April 8 \u2022 Officers were dispatched to respond to a suspicious situation. A person was seen with a flashlight on the front porch and also inside a house. Officers responded and found\u00a0there was no one around and\u00a0there was no one living in the home. A search of the home and property turned up nothing. There were no signs of forced entry. April 9 \u2022 Police received further information in connection with a man\u00a0arrested\u00a0the week before for disorderly behavior. The male was seen roaming around in a commercial parking lot and entering vacant out buildings. The matter is under investigation. \u2022 Officers were requested to\u00a0respond to\u00a0a personal property damage accident. A 20-year-old man\u00a0had backed his vehicle into a fence. No injuries were reported. The only damage was done to the chain link fence and rear bumper. \u2022 Officers were requested to respond to a family residence where the father had located a small quantity of marijuana in a juvenile\u2019s room. The matter has been turned over to\u00a0probate\u00a0court for\u00a0review. \u2022 Officers were dispatched to local apartment complex\u00a0for a complaint involving\u00a0a\u00a0juvenile. The mother told the responding officer\u00a0her son has begun to run out the door and away from her when she is disciplining him. She explained\u00a0she has other younger children in the home and can not run after him. The\u00a0officer spoke with the boy and counseled him on the situation. \u2022 Officers were dispatched to respond and assist the\u00a0fire\u00a0department and EMS with an elderly female\u00a0having severe difficulty breathing. The\u00a0officer arrived first and worked on calming her down. The officer\u00a0stayed with her until\u00a0rescue and EMS arrived. April 10 \u2022 Officers were dispatched to respond to the parking lot of an apartment complex regarding a hit-and-run\u00a0accident.\u00a0The caller reported to dispatch someone had hit her truck and then left the scene. The woman explained to the officer\u00a0the other vehicle got too close and struck her passenger side mirror with his driver side mirror. She\u00a0said the man pulled over at first, but then left the scene. The man made contact with officers stating he had gone around the block to return and speak with the other driver, but the other vehicle was gone. A report was completed. \u2022 Officers were dispatched to a local business in reference to traffic barricades being repeatedly moved by a man\u00a0on a stand up scooter. Officers are looking for the individual to\u00a0advise\u00a0him of\u00a0the proper behavior\u00a0when it comes to\u00a0private property when he is not a customer. \u2022 Officers arrested a 50-year-old man\u00a0for\u00a0a probation violation. He was transported to the Osceola County Jail, where he was lodged without incident. April 11 \u2022 Officers were requested to respond to a family residence where the father had located a small quality of marijuana in a juvenile\u2019s room. The matter has been turned over to\u00a0probate\u00a0court for\u00a0review. \u2022 Officers were dispatched to local apartment regarding a noise disturbance. The caller complained of heavy foot falls, running and jumping in the apartment above. The officer explained sound tends to travel in apartment complexes and the noise was not excessive. The caller was referred to the landlord. \u2022 Officers arrested a 50-year-old man\u00a0on charges of a probation violation. He was transported to the Osceola County Jail, where he was lodged without incident. \u2022 Officers were dispatched to the front parking lot of the Spectrum Health Reed City Hospital for a single car accident with a sign. The driver stated the brakes failed and he was unable to stop. The vehicle struck a handicap sign. He was issued a citation for failing to maintain equipment. \u2022 Officers were requested to check on a\u00a0boy,\u00a0approximately 10 years old,\u00a0walking on the Rails to Trails. The caller was a passerby and thought the child should be checked on. Officers responded to check\u00a0on the child,\u00a0but he could not be located. April 12 \u2022 Officers were dispatched to\u00a0Spectrum Health Reed City Hospital regarding four subjects\u00a0who\u00a0had been in an altercation in Big Rapids. The Mecosta County Sheriff's Office deputies were requesting the subjects be detained for them since they were persons of interest in an investigation. Officers found one of the suspects had been driven to the emergency room seeking treatment. The individuals were detained until the Mecosta County Sheriff\u2019s\u00a0Office deputies could respond to the hospital. The individuals were turned over to Mecosta County\u00a0Sheriff's Office\u00a0for further investigation. \u2022 Officers were dispatched to a local apartment complex for a larceny complaint. The caller\u00a0reported being\u00a0assaulted. The investigation is ongoing \u2022 Officers were dispatched to an apartment complex regarding the odor of marijuana coming from another apartment. Officers were unable to smell any marijuana and were unable to get anyone to answer the door of the suspected apartment. Management was notified. \u2022 Officers arrested a 50-year-old man\u00a0on charges of a probation violation. He was transported to the Osceola County Jail, where he was lodged without incident. April 13 \u2022 Officers assisted the Michigan State Police and Michigan Department of Corrections\u00a0with\u00a0a traffic stop. The driver was taken into custody on suspicion of operating\u00a0while\u00a0impaired. The female passenger became upset and had to be calmed. One of the other involved individuals, who arrived at the scene on foot, was on parole and was questioned by his parole officer on the matter\u00a0before\u00a0being released. \u2022 Officers took a report from a local business owner who stated they had been contacted by email asking to submit a quote for service to a person who was moving to the area. The quote was provided and a check was mailed before any agreement was reached. The suspect then stated he had accidentally included the money for the moving company and asked the business owner to cash the check and send the over payment back. The check was counterfeit and no money was lost due to caution used on the part of the business owner. Due to numerous methods of disguising the origination of the email, the suspect\u2019s location was not able to be obtained. \u2022 Officers took a report of a two-vehicle accident. There was only minor damage and no injuries. \u2022 Officers took a complaint of threats made over the phone to a local doctor\u2019s office. The caller was upset and threatened to punch the doctor. Staff just wished the threat be documented and did not expect any problems. April 14 \u2022 Officers responded to a civil dispute over an automobile between a dating couple. The situation was resolved with the voluntary return of the vehicle. The future of the relationship, however, was questionable. \u2022 Officers assisted the Osceola County Sheriff's Office\u00a0while a 30-year-old man\u00a0was taken into custody on outstanding warrants.