Evart Police Department Jan. 29 to Feb.\u00a04 Feb. 2 \u2022 Officers responded to a report of a truant student. The student was located and transported to the elementary school. \u2022 Officers were requested to stand by during a Child Protective Services\u00a0home visit. Feb. 3 \u2022\u00a0Officers were called to investigate a\u00a0criminal sexual conduct\u00a0complaint. The case remains open at this time. Feb. 4 \u2022 Officers were called to investigate an online harassment complaint. The case remains open at this time. Reed City Police Department Jan.\u00a028\u00a0to\u00a0Feb. 3 If you see any suspicious activity, call 911. For a non-emergency call 832-3255.\u00a0Email tips to email@example.com. Jan. 28 \u2022 A 62-year-old man\u00a0was arrested\u00a0for operating while under the influence of alcohol.\u00a0He was transported to the Osceola County Jail, where he was lodged without incident. Jan. 29 \u2022 While on foot patrol in\u00a0the\u00a0downtown area, an officer found an unlocked door. The business was searched by the\u00a0officer;\u00a0nothing was found to be\u00a0out of the norm. Contact was made with the key holder to respond and secure the door. Jan. 31 \u2022 Officers were notified a 26-year-old man\u00a0was being held at the Kent County Jail and the subject\u00a0held a warrant submitted by the\u00a0Reed City Police Department.\u00a0The man was released into\u00a0Reed City officers'\u00a0custody and transported to the Osceola County Jail, where he was lodged without incident. Feb. 1 \u2022 The school liaison officer submitted a warrant request to the Osceola County Prosecutor's Office regarding the truancy of an elementary school student. \u2022 Officers responded to a vehicle fire and assisted the an Osceola County Sheriff's Office\u00a0deputy at scene. Police\u00a0worked to extinguish\u00a0the fire until the\u00a0fire\u00a0department could respond. Feb. 2 \u2022 Officers were dispatched to a two-vehicle personal property damage accident with minor damage. No injuries were reported. Feb. 3 \u2022 Officers observed a large black dog running loose in the yard. Officers stopped and located the dog\u00a0around the back of the home. Contact was made with the owner, and found that the dog was licensed and up to date with his shots. The owner was issued a verbal warning\u00a0and told\u00a0repeated infractions of\u00a0a\u00a0dog being loose was in violation of the city ordinances and could get him cited. \u2022 Officers observed a suspicious situation\u00a0involving\u00a0a vehicle parked at the City Hall after hours. Contact was made with the 33-year-old female driver, who reported she was playing Pokemon Go. \u2022 Officers were dispatched to respond to a personal property accident. The 55-year-old driver stated she was used to driving a heavier vehicle and lost control as she drove around the curve, jumping the curb, striking a tree and sliding down a small hill, coming to rest against the fence of the football field. Reed City Towing was called to extract the vehicle and she was able to drive it home. No injuries were reported. \u2022 Officers responded to the Reed City Spectrum Health Hospital regarding harassing communications over the phone. The hospital staff reported the caller identified himself and was slurring his speech. The officers went to the 57-year-old man's house and questioned him. The man appeared to be intoxicated and admitted to calling the hospital, but declined needing any medical assistance. The man was issued a verbal warning not to be calling the hospital and making threats. \u2022 While on foot patrol\u00a0officers found the back door of a downtown business offices unlocked. The building was searched and\u00a0nothing out of the norm was found. The key holder was contacted and responded to secure the door. \u2022 Osceola County Sheriff's Office deputies arrested multiple subjects and requested Reed City officers assist with the transportation of a male probation violator to the Osceola County Jail, where he was lodged without incident. \u2022 While on patrol\u00a0an\u00a0officer found the sewage box red light flashing and the audible alarm going off at an apartment complex. Contact was made with the after-hours maintenance worker who stated he would respond to the problem the next day. The\u00a0officer reset the alarm and left. \u2022 Officers were dispatched to assist EMS and Reed City Rescue with a 58-year-old woman who was having a seizure. Central dispatch was aware of the woman\u2019s history of combative behavior. The responding\u00a0officer found the woman to be compliant until the ambulance was in route to the hospital. Officers met up with EMS at the Reed City Spectrum Health\u00a0emergency room\u00a0and assisted the medical staff with restraining the patient.