Local police reports

Reed City


Officers responded to a call regarding a possible larceny of an air conditioning unit from a vacant home. The matter is under investigation.


Officers assisted with the return of a student who had chosen not to get on the bus. The student was found walking down Chestnut Street after school had let out when he should have been gotten on the school bus to go home.


Officers were dispatched to assist with the transport of an adult male to Reed City Spectrum Health for a mental evaluation. The individual was then taken into protective custody and transport to the hospital without incident.

Officers responded to a call to assist the Osceola County Sheriff's Department in the City of Evart. The call involved four intoxicated adults physically fighting with each other while children were present in the home. Child Protective Services was notified.


Officers responded to a call regarding a car driving at high speeds with the passenger hanging partially out the window the previous day. Officers then spotted a vehicle, matching the reported description, with the passenger again hanging partially out of the window. The passenger stated that is his method of cooling off after exercising. Verbal warnings were issued.

Officers assisted with EMS at a local business with an elderly male who had passed out.

Officers assisted EMS at a local residence with an elderly female who was experiencing difficulty breathing.

Upon stopping a vehicle for disregarding a stop sign, officers discovered the vehicle to be without insurance. The 51-year-old female driver was issued an appearance citation and the vehicle was towed. In addition officers found the 58-year-old male passenger to have an outstanding misdemeanor warrant with another jurisdiction for child support. The individual was taken into custody without incident.

Officer stopped a vehicle for a defective equipment violation and discovered the 26-year-old female driver to be in possession of an open alcoholic beverage and in possession of marijuana. The individual was arrested and lodged at the Osceola County Jail without incident.


Officers observed leaves and yard waste raked into the roadway. Officers advised the resident of proper removal of yard waste to prevent the clogging of storm drains and a verbal warning was given.

Officers received a call to a burglar alarm activation at a local business. The owner was on scene and it was determined to be a false alarm.