Reed City


Officers received a call regarding missing tires from a vehicle at a local dealership. The responding officer found out the Osceola County Sheriff's Department had been called the day before to investigate.


Officers responded to a fire alarm at a local business and found the alarm had been accidentally pulled.

Officers responded to a suspicious activity complaint in a parking lot near the Pere Marquette Trail. After some questioning, the officer determined the matter was unfounded.

Officers were called to take a complaint regarding a women and child that witnessed a man changing his clothes inside their apartment entrance. The matter is still under investigation.

While on patrol, officers observed a resident had their trash out to the road a day early. He also noticed there were multiple bags of trash at the roadway that were not in the approved Reed City trash bags. The officer made contact with the owner of the residence and explained the guidelines for trash pick up in the area are as follows:

Pickup day is Thursday unless a major holiday falls in that week, then pickup will be one day later. Allied blue bags are available at Vic’s Market and City Hall. Trash can be put out after 4 p.m. the day before the weekly pickup.


Officers were dispatched to take a report regarding a 60-year-old female who passed away a few weeks ago. The matter is under investigation.

Officers responded to the Wexford County Jail to pick up an inmate currently housed there. The 25-year-old male had a valid warrant out of 77th District Court in Reed City. He was transported to the Osceola County Jail without incident.


Officers were dispatched to a residence regarding the larceny of a satellite dish. It was later found to have been mistakenly removed by a satellite technician who was in the area removing unused satellite dishes.


Officers were dispatched to local motel regarding an unresponsive, unconscious 51-year-old female. The responding officer then took over chest compressions until EMS arrived. She was later pronounced dead at the scene of an apparent drug overdose.

Officers were called to a local business regarding threatening emails sent from a fake email address. The matter is under investigation.

Officers responded to a call regarding the general safety of a juvenile. Upon the officers investigation, the matter appears to be unfounded and will have Child Protective Services follow up.

Officers responded to a call regarding a vehicle following a person on the Pere Marquette Trail. The officers found it to be a grandmother following her grandson. They had an argument and he left the vehicle to walk home and she was following to make sure he was safe. The officers issued a verbal warning for operating a motor vehicle on the trail.