LOCAL POLICE REPORTS — Sept. 27
Evart Police Department
Sept. 18 to Sept. 24
• Officers were dispatched to a runaway complaint. The subject was later located and found to be secure.
• Officers stopped to assist a stranded motorist. The motorist was found to be secure and had assistance on the way.
• Officers were called to assist Child Protective Services with an investigation. The case remains open at this time.
• Officers were called to a civil complaint. The case remains open at this time.
• Officers were called to a harassment complaint. The case remains open at this time.
• Officers were dispatched to a harassment complaint. Both parties were advised to avoid each other.
• Officers were dispatched to investigate a 911 hang-up. It was determined the call was made by accident. The caller was secure and did not request any additional services.
• Officers were called to a harassment complaint stemming from the civil complaint Sept. 19. The case remains open at this time.
• Officers were dispatched to a two-vehicle hit-and-run accident. No injuries were reported. The case remains open at this time.
• Officers were dispatched to a personal property damage accident at a local business. No injuries were reported.
• Officers were dispatched to a malicious destruction of property complaint at a local business. The case remains open at this time.
• While on patrol, officers conducted a traffic stop. The vehicle was found to be displaying an improper plate and had no insurance. The vehicle was towed and the driver was issued an appearance citation.
• While on patrol, officers observed a driver wearing their seatbelt improperly. It was determined the driver had a suspended driver’s license. Officers allowed the driver to have another licensed driver come pick up the car. The driver was issued an appearance citation.
• Officers were dispatched to conduct a well-being check on a possible suicidal subject. The subject was transported to Spectrum Health Reed City Hospital for an evaluation.
• Officers were dispatched to conduct a well-being check due to a subject yelling loudly. Everyone was found to be secure and not in need of any services.
Reed City Police Department
Sept. 17 to Sept. 23
If you see any suspicious activity, call 911. For a non-emergency call 832-3255. Email tips to email@example.com
Officers continue to perform property inspections and serve the appropriate abatement paperwork for those in violation of the Reed City Ordinances for tall grass, trash and vehicles throughout the week. The school liaison officer has returned to duty, patrolling the schools and keeping track of students’ attendance.
• Officers responded to a complaint regarding a cut window screen. Officers located the person responsible and the matter has been resolved.
• Officers were dispatched to a suspicious situation regarding a vehicle matching the description of one the department had been looking for. The vehicle was not the one officers were looking for.
• Officers were requested to perform traffic control at the intersection of Chestnut Street and Church Avenue while tree branches were trimmed by the Department of Public Works.
• Officers were dispatched to a local residence regarding a 911 hang-up call. Officers found a child had been playing with a smart phone. When the screen would lock, the child would continue to hit the button. Officers advised the parents to monitor the child when using the phone to avoid future calls to 911.
• A warrant request to arrest a 28-year-old woman for obstructing a police investigation was submitted to the prosecuting attorney’s office.
• Officers located and arrested a 34-year-old man who had a valid warrant. He was then transported to the Osceola County Jail where he was lodged without incident.
• Officers were requested to assist Michigan State Police with a search warrant at a local residence.
• Officers were dispatched to a two-vehicle traffic accident. No injuries were reported.
• Officers issued an appearance citation to a 33-year-old man for operating a vehicle with no license with him and disregarding a stop sign.