Evart Police Department Feb. 27 to March 5 Feb. 28 Officers were called to assist Child Protective Services on an investigation. The case remains open at this time. Officers were called to a civil dispute. March 1 Officers were dispatched to a personal injury accident involving two vehicles. One person was transported by EMS to Spectrum Health Reed City Hospital. Officers were called to assist the Michigan State Police with a Child Protective Services investigation. The case remains open at this time. March 3 Officers were called to an automobile theft. The case was turned over to the agency where the incident occurred. Officers were dispatched to a runaway complaint. The subject was located and returned to their guardian. Officers were called to a threats complaint. Individuals involved agreed to resolve the issue among themselves. March 5 A wallet was turned in to the Evart Police Department.\u00a0 The owner was located and the wallet was returned. Officers were called to a breaking and entering complaint at a local business. The case remains open at this time. Officers were dispatched to an assault (not in progress) complaint. The case remains open at this time. REED CITYPOLICE DEPARTMENT Feb. 27 to March 5 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 st. 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. Feb. 27 Officers were dispatched to local gas station regarding a personal property damage accident. No injuries were reported. While performing a traffic stop, officers found the 38-year-old male driver held two warrants out of another county. The other county was unable to arrange a pickup, he was advised and released. Officers received information from the Probation and Parole department regarding a 44-year-old male they had at the courthouse. Officers placed him under arrest and transported him over to the Osceola County Jail where he was lodged without incident. While performing property checks, officers found an unlocked office door. The key holder was called to secure the door. Feb. 28 Officers were dispatched to a two-car property damage accident. No injuries were reported. Officers were notified of a semi-truck stuck at an intersection. Officers assisted the 53-year-old driver, with removing the trailer from the road and into the gas station to wait for the parts needed to fix the brake cables that were malfunctioning on his trailer. Officers responded to an alarm activation. Officers found the alarm had been activated by the phone company by mistake. Officers were dispatched to local residence regarding dogs fighting. The homeowner explained that a dog had come into her yard and started fighting with her dog. She explained that she had to fight it off her dog and then it ran off. Neither dog had any injuries. The dog and its owner were located and the owner was issued a citation for allowing a dog to run at large. Officers were requested to perform a civil standby as a tenant collected her belongings on the curb of the house she had been renting. Officers explained to both landlord and tenant the appropriate course of action to take to solve the problem between them. While on foot patrol, officers found an unlocked door to a local business. Officers searched the building and found door was locked but not closed tight. Officers secured the door and informed the key holder. March 1 Officers were dispatched to local business regarding an alarm activation. Officers observed a parts truck waiting in the parking lot and found the driver had tripped the alarm by mistake. March 2 Officers were dispatched to local residence regarding a missing person complaint. While taking the complaint the 24-year-old female in question called her father and explained where she was. Confirming she was safe, officers cleared. March 3 Officers assisted Animal Control with attempting to catch a dog at large. Officers where dispatched to be on the look out for a vehicle that appeared to be operated by a person under the influence of liquor or drugs. The vehicle was located by the Osceola County Sheriff's Office, which requested officers assistance. Officers stayed on the scene until the vehicle was towed, while the driver was transported to jail. March 4 Officers were flagged down and notified of an elderly man acting suspicious. Officers located the man as he was walking home. He stated he was fine and did not appear to be confused. March 5 Officers were dispatched to an apartment complex regarding a suspicious 911 call in which they could hear a female requesting another person to get out and leave. Officers located the apartment and the two parties involved. The 24-year-old female explained that she was attempting to get the 25-year-old male to leave. Both parties told officers they were having a verbal dispute and there had been no physical contact. The man left as requested. Officers arrested a 27-year-old male for driving while license suspended. He also was cited for operating a vehicle without proof of insurance and an expired registration plate. He was transported and lodged in the Osceola County Jail without incident.