Evart Police Department March 20 to March 26 March 20 Officers were called to a domestic dispute. No physical confrontation occurred and the subjects agreed to resolve their differences peacefully. Officers were called to a suspicious situation involving an individual subject and an automobile. The subject was found to be secure. March 21 Officers were called to a domestic dispute.\u00a0 No physical confrontation occurred and the subjects agreed to resolve their differences peacefully. Officers were called to a two-vehicle accident. No injuries were reported. March 22 Officers were called to a failure to pay complaint at a local business. The case remains open at this time. March 23 Officers were called to a suspicious situation at an abandoned house. Upon arrival, officers found the scene to be secure. Officers responded to an identity theft complaint. The case remains open at this time. March 24 Officers were called to assist the Osceola County Sheriff's Office with investigating a car-deer collision. Officers were dispatched to assist Marion Rescue with an aggressive individual. The subject was transported to Munson Healthcare Cadillac Hospital for an evaluation. Officers located an offender who was wanted on multiple misdemeanor warrants. The subject was transported to the Osceola County Jail where they were lodged on their warrants. March 25 While on patrol, officers encountered an open door at a residence. The area was secured prior to leaving the scene. Officers were called to a complaint of a smoke alarm going off. The scene was found to be secure and there was no evidence of a fire. REED CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT March 20 to March 26 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 city ordinances including trash and vehicles. Please be aware the winter parking ordinances will run until April 1. Officers will continue to enforce the Parking Violations Bureau policy in which no vehicle shall be parked on a city street between the hours of 2:30 to 6 a.m.. Any and all vehicles in violation will be cited and or towed, snow or no snow. The School Liaison Officer has been diligently keeping track of several students regarding their attendance. Keeping in contact with school staff and the parents and submitting petitions for truancy request as required. March 20 Officers located and arrested a 28-year-old female who held a misdemeanor warrant for truancy. She also was charged with unlawful possession of narcotics. Officers transported her to the Osceola County Jail where she lodged without incident. The 23-year-old male driver also was arrested for driving while license suspended. He was transported and lodged in the Osceola County Jail. The borrowed vehicle he was driving was towed. Officers were dispatched to local motel regarding a civil dispute that had taken place and a possible threat of a handgun. Officers sent out a \u201cbe on the look out\u201d for the individual thought to have a handgun in his vehicle. He was located and held by an Osceola County Sheriffs Deputy. A Reed City police officer arrived and searched the 37-year-old male\u2019s vehicle and found no weapon. The motel manager requested "No Trespassing" paperwork to be served on the individual. March 21 Officers were dispatched to local apartment complex regarding a possible domestic disturbance in progress. Officers were informed by the 30-year-old female that she suspected her ex-boyfriend had been inside the apartment and she had a personal protection order on him. Officers located the 26-year-old male in question and placed him under arrest for violating the conditions of the PPO, violating the conditions of his bond release and for breaking and entering. He was transported and lodged in the Osceola County Jail without incident. Officers were dispatched to assist the Michigan State Police at a traffic stop. Officers performed scene security while the MSP performed a vehicle search in which there had been multiple occupants. The driver was arrested for operating under the influence of drugs. The MSP also arrested one of the passengers who held several outstanding warrants. The Reed City police officer was requested to transport the individual to the Osceola County Jail for lodging, and did so without incident. Officers were dispatched to local residence regarding a loud noise complaint. The responding officer found a 33-year-old male sitting in his vehicle listening to loud music. The man turned the music down and apologized to the officer, stating that he was not aware it was disturbing his neighbors. The officer left with after issuing a verbal warning. Officers were requested to perform a welfare check on a juvenile. Officers found the child was well taken care of. March 23 Officers were requested to perform a civil standby while a 46-year-old female, who recently was released from jail, collected her belongings from her shared apartment. Officers received a complaint from a local business regarding the neighboring business and its employee\u2019s disregard for the parking lot barriers. Officers made contact with the neighboring business manager and the matter was to be taken care of. Officers received a kidnapping complaint from a father who had recently been served divorce papers. Officers explained that if the children were with their mother it was not kidnapping even though she was not allowing him to have contact with them at that point. Officers suggested they perform a welfare check. After visiting the residence and speaking with the mother, children and other occupants of the home, the officers reported all was fine in the home. March 24 While performing traffic stop, officers found the 37-year-old male driver had a suspended license and two prior convictions for driving with a license suspended. He also had a warrant out of Lake County for failure to appear. He was then taken into custody and transported to the Osceola County Jail where he was lodged without incident. He was issued a written warning for a cracked windshield. March 25 Officers were dispatched to Roth Street and Church Avenue regarding a car-deer accident. No injuries were reported. Officers were dispatched to a local residence regarding an activated alarm. Officers conducted a perimeter search until the key holder\/caretaker arrived. Officers then searched inside and found everything secure except an inside door was ajar but nothing was out of place. Officers left the residence in the care of the caretaker who was responsible for securing the residence. March 26 Officers were called to local apartment regarding a suspicious situation regarding the ownership of a bicycle. The matter is under investigation. Officers were dispatched to local residence regarding a civil complaint. The 26-year-old male was moving out and upset that he wasn\u2019t able to get all of his belongings. The 34-year-old female inside the house agreed to put the other items in the garage for him to collect. Officers remained on scene until all the items were retrieved. Officers were dispatched to perform a welfare check on an individual at his home. The 911 caller was concerned after receiving an odd text message. Officer made contact with the 47-year-old male, who stated he was fine but declined talking to anyone. Officers were able to convince the man to speak on the phone with the person he had sent the odd text message to.