Reed City

01/13

Officers were called to a single vehicle property damage accident. The driver struck a pot hole causing damage to his vehicle. A report was completed.

Officers responded to a residence on West Osceola Street for a 9-1-1 hang-up call. Officers checked the residence and everything was okay.

Officers stood by at a residence while Child Protective Services conducted an investigation. There were no problems encountered.

Officers responded to a residence for a fraud complaint. The complainant advised she had wired money to a Paypal account because she was told that she was getting grant money from the IRS for paying her taxes on time and needed to make an initial deposit into the account. The money she placed in the Paypal account had been removed. A report was completed.

Officers were called to assist the Michigan State Police with a call of a male subject walking on 2 Mile Road with blood on his shirt. Officers made contact with the subject and a well being check was performed.

01/14

Officers responded to a parking complaint at the middle school.

01/15

Officers handled a walk-in harassment complaint. The complainant reported that she was being harassed by her neighbor who was a registered sex offender. A report was completed and the complainant was advised how to obtain a personal protection order against the subject.

Officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. It was discovered that one of the occupants had an outstanding warrant out of the Mecosta County Sheriff’s Office for contempt of court. The subject was arrested and turned over to Mecosta County officials without incident.

Officers responded to a residence for a suspicious situation. The caller reported lights on inside of a vacant residence. The residence was checked and found to be secure.

01/16

Officers were called to a residence for a suspicious situation. The caller reported that a brand new snow blower was left in his garage. Through investigation it was determined that the business had dropped the snow blower off at the wrong address. The business was contacted and the matter was resolved.

Officers located a subject that had an outstanding warrant for failing to comply with reporting requirements as a registered sex offender. The subject was arrested and lodged at the Osceola County Jail without incident.

01/17

Officers responded to an alarm at a business in the city. It was determined that the alarm was accidentally activated by an employee.

Officers assisted a stranded motorist on North Chestnut Street.

Officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. It was discovered that the driver was operating the vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, had an open container of alcohol inside the vehicle and was in possession of prescription drugs that did not belong to him. The driver was arrested and lodged at the Osceola County Jail without incident.

Officers assisted the Osceola County Sheriff’s Department with a vehicle that was refusing to stop. It was determined that the driver was elderly and was not aware officers were trying to stop him.

01/18

Officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. It was discovered that one of the occupants had an outstanding warrant out of the Mecosta County Sheriff’s Office for contempt of court. The subject was arrested and turned over to Mecosta County officials without incident.

Officers were requested to assist the Osceola County Sheriff’s Department with a fight in progress at a business outside the city. Once the scene was secure the officer resumed normal patrol duties within the city.

01/19

Officers were called to an apartment complex for a malicious destruction of property complaint. The complainant reported that her ex-boyfriend had broken a hand railing and smashed a picture and cell phone. A report was completed and forwarded to the Prosecutor’s Office seeking an arrest warrant.

Officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. It was discovered that the driver was operating the vehicle on a suspended license and with an improper license plate and without vehicle insurance. The driver was arrested and lodged at the Osceola County Jail without incident.

Officers stopped another vehicle for a traffic violation. It was discovered that the driver was operating on a suspended license and without vehicle insurance. The driver also had three outstanding warrants for his arrests out of various other jurisdictions. The driver was arrested and lodged in the Osceola County Jail without incident.

Officers served a Personal Protection Order on a subject for the Newaygo County Sheriff’s Department.