Reed City 11\/10 Officers received a complaint regarding a possible threat to do physical harm. The matter\u00a0is under investigation. Officers received a call regarding possible larceny of a cell phone. After further investigation the\u00a0matter was unfounded. Officers received a complaint regarding breaking and entering. Nothing was reported to be missing. 11\/11 Officers served an abatement notice to a local residence for having a large pile of leaves\u00a0raked into the roadway. Officers received a call from a local resident regarding a mentally disabled individual. Officers were\u00a0able to locate the individual and provide proper assistance. Officers were called to local residence regarding a trash complaint. Officers found some large debris\u00a0blown by the wind storm and discarded it. Case closed. Officers were dispatched to local business regarding alarm activation. Officers found all doors secure\u00a0and nothing unusual. 11\/12 Officers were called regarding a larceny from a vehicle. The matter is under investigation. Officers were dispatched to a local business regarding alarm activation two nights in a row. The\u00a0building was secure. High winds may have been a factor. Case closed. Officers were dispatched to a local business for a car striking a light pole. Minor damage was reported\u00a0with no injuries. 11\/13 Officers assisted a 90-year-old who had gotten lost while driving in the fog. Officers responded to a hit-and-run accident. Minor damage was reported with no injuries. The matter\u00a0is under investigation. Officers were dispatched to a local residence regarding a domestic verbal dispute. One individual\u00a0made the choice to leave for the night until tempers calmed. Officers responded to an accident in a local parking lot where the driver had left the scene. The 64-year-old male driver was located and arrested for operating while under the influence of liquor along\u00a0with leaving the scene of an accident. He was transported and lodged in the Osceola County Jail\u00a0without incident. 11\/15 Officers observed a semi tractor parked in a front yard. The officer informed the owner\u00a0it was a violation of the city ordinance to park a commercial vehicle in a residential zone. A verbal\u00a0warning was issued. Officers were dispatched to local apartment complex to perform a wellbeing check on a child.\u00a0Officers found the child to be unharmed and the matter unfounded. Case closed.