Evart Police Department Jan. 8\u00a0to Jan.\u00a021 Jan. 9 \u2022\u00a0Officers were called to a traffic complaint. It was determined the complaint occurred outside the city. \u2022 Officers were called to a car-deer accident. \u2022 Officers responded to four separate harassment complaints. Jan. 10 \u2022 Officers took a report of threatening communication. The case remains open at this time. Jan. 11 \u2022 Officers were called to a malicious destruction of property complaint. The case remains open at this time. \u2022 Officers responded to a fraudulent check complaint. The case remains open at this time. \u2022 Officers made contact with a subject who had an outstanding warrant. The subject posted bond for their warrant. Jan. 15 \u2022 Officers were contacted regarding a property damage complaint at a local business. The case remains open at this time. Jan. 16 \u2022 Officers responded to a complaint of suspicious subjects soliciting door-to-door. Contact was made with the subjects and they were advised of the city ordinance that requires them to have a permit. \u2022 While conducting a traffic stop, officers made contact with a subject\u00a0who had an outstanding warrant. Officers placed the subject under arrest and turned them over to the Lake County Sheriff\u2019s Office. Jan. 18 \u2022 Officers took a complaint of a larceny. The case remains open at this time. \u2022 Officers conducted a stand-by for a child custody exchange. Jan. 19 \u2022 Officers were called to Evart High School to investigate a criminal sexual conduct complaint. It was determined the situation in question occurred outside the city limits. The case was turned over to the appropriate agency. Jan. 21 \u2022\u00a0A probation tether was found at Riverside East and turned over the Evart Police Department. The device was turned over to the district court to determine the identification of the owner. \u2022 Officers responded to a car-deer accident. No injuries were reported. \u2022 While conducting a traffic stop, officers made contact with a driver in violation of restricted license conditions. An appearance citation was issued. Reed City Police Department Jan.\u00a014 to Jan.20 If you see any suspicious activity, call 911. For a non-emergency call 832-3255.\u00a0Email tips to email@example.com. PHONE SCAM! Beware of individuals calling stating they are a relative who is out of state and are broken down, in jail, etc. They will ask you to wire money. The best course of action is to hang up. With the digital age, local law enforcement agencies are rarely able to locate the individual or recover the money. Jan. 14 \u2022 An appearance citation was issued to a 25-year-old man\u00a0for the improper use of a trailer registration plate. \u2022 Officers arrested a 24-year-old man on charges of\u00a0operating while intoxicated\u00a0and leaving the scene of an accident. He was transported to the Osceola County Jail, where he was lodged without incident. \u2022 Veterans Affairs called central dispatch regarding a possibly\u00a0suicidal male. The responding\u00a0officer went to the address and spoke with the 30-year-old veteran who had been on the phone with the VA. He stated that he was not suicidal and was not going to harm himself. He apologized for wasting the\u00a0officer's time, stating he was just venting to the woman on the phone about his problems. \u2022 Officers responded to a call regarding dogs barking all day. Officers located the dogs and the owner had just arrived home. The 57-year-old man stated they had been out of town longer than expected and had left the dogs in the kennel outside. Officers issued a verbal warning. \u2022 Officers were dispatched to locate a nude adult male\u00a0who\u00a0left the Spectrum Health Reed City campus on foot. The man was located walking down the road, wearing boxers and socks. He willingly accepted a ride back to the hospital, where he continued his mental health evaluation by the doctors. Jan. 15 \u2022 Officers responded to assist EMS with a 30-year-old\u00a0woman\u00a0not breathing, in cardiac arrest, and CPR in progress. Jan. 16 \u2022Officers were dispatched to a parking lot regarding a personal property damage accident.\u00a0No injuries were reported. \u2022 Officers were dispatched to an apartment regarding a suspicious situation. A\u00a0tenant heard a door in the apartment below and was concerned as she knew (and confirmed) the tenant was not home. Officers found the door unlocked with no forced entry. A search of the apartment found nothing out of place and no tracks in the snow. The matter was unfounded. Jan. 17 \u2022 An Osceola County\u00a0probation\u00a0officer requested\u00a0police\u00a0check on a 45-year-old\u00a0woman\u00a0at her apartment. It was suspected she had a visitor\u00a0who\u00a0was on her \u201cNo Contact\u201d probation terms. The matter was unfounded. Jan. 18 \u2022 Officers received a call regarding a 48-year-old pregnant woman walking from LeRoy into town and refusing to get into her boyfriend's vehicle, as he had been following her. Officers located the woman, who explained she was fine, she was just\u00a0angry and wanted to be left alone. The\u00a0officer was able to talk with the woman and she agreed to get in her boyfriend's vehicle. Jan. 19 \u2022 Officers were dispatched to assist the Osceola County Sheriff's Office\u00a0and its K-9\u00a0unit locate a runaway juvenile. The responding\u00a0officer located the young female at the Depot. She was handed over to Osceola County Sheriff's\u00a0deputies. \u2022 Officers were requested to respond to a local business regarding a suspicious situation. The caller had found prescription medication in and around a trash can. The medication was identified as allergy relief and pain killers. Officers believe the medication and other items in the trash were the results of someone cleaning out their vehicle. The medication was taken to the Reed City Police Department\u00a0and deposited into the medication drop box for disposal. \u2022 Officers were requested to perform a well-being check on a 52-year-old man. The caller was concerned over comments made on social media. The man was found to be intoxicated but fine. He told\u00a0officers he had no intentions of harming himself and arrangements were made for him to stay with a friend for the evening. Jan. 20 \u2022 The U.S.\u00a0Post Office requested a well-being check on a local citizen, stating the mail had not been picked up in quite some time and there didn\u2019t appear to be any activity at the residence. The responding\u00a0officer spoke with the occupant, who stated he was fine, but his mailbox had been knocked down by the snowplow and he would go in to the post office and pick up his mail. \u2022 Officers were dispatched to assist the Osceola County Sheriff\u2019s\u00a0Office\u00a0in pursuit of a speeding vehicle and suspected the vehicle would be exiting the expressway into Reed City. The sheriff's office deputies had the vehicle in question pulled over on the exit ramp\u00a0as the\u00a0Reed City officers\u00a0performed scene security during the investigation. \u2022 Officers were dispatched to respond to a possible suicide attempt with prescription medication and alcohol. The 52-year-old man\u00a0was found to be intoxicated and admitted to taking a large amount of medication. Osceola County EMS transported him to the\u00a0emergency room for treatment.