Reed City 09\/22 Officers assisted a stranded motorist on South Chestnut Street. Officers assisted a driver on U.S. 10. The brakes went out on the vehicle she was driving. 09\/23 Officers did a peace officer standby while a subject was moving property out of a\u00a0residence. There were no problems. Officers were called to a residence for a suspicious situation. The complainant reported a blue\u00a0container in her compost pile. The container was determined to be safe and was believed to have\u00a0blown into the compost pile during strong winds the night before. Officers responded to G.T. Norman Elementary School for a fire alarm. It was determined to be a\u00a0false alarm. Officers handled a walk-in harassment complaint. The complainant stated she was being harassed\u00a0at her place of employment by a subject. The complainant was provided with a course of action. Officers were called to West Todd Avenue for a report of a larceny from vehicle. The complainant had\u00a0change stolen from his vehicle the night before. A report was completed. Officers responded to a business for an alarm. The building was found to be secure and the alarm\u00a0was determined to be false. Officers assisted the Osceola County Sheriff's Department with a traffic stop on U.S. 10. 09\/24 Officers responded to the Muskegon County Jail to pick up a subject on a Reed City\u00a0warrant for contempt of court. The subject was arrested and transported to and lodged at the\u00a0Osceola County Jail without incident. Officers investigated a sex offender residency violation. It was reported that a sex offender was\u00a0residing within 1,000 feet of a school. The matter is under further investigation. Officers responded to an apartment complex for a civil complainant regarding a cell phone.\u00a0Officers talked to the parties and provided a course of action and the situation was resolved. Officers received a complaint of a picture on social media depicting a subject being bound and\u00a0tied in a semi and her family was concerned about her well being. Officers made contact with\u00a0the subject who advised that she was fine and that the picture was a joke. The complaint was\u00a0unfounded. 09\/25 Officers responded to the Lake County Jail to pick up a subject on a Reed City warrant\u00a0for contempt of court. The subject was arrested and transported to and lodged at the Osceola\u00a0County Jail without incident. Officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. It was discovered that the driver was operating\u00a0on a suspended license. The driver was arrested and lodged in the Osceola County Jail without\u00a0incident. Officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. It was discovered that the driver was operating the\u00a0vehicle without insurance. The driver was given an appearance citation at the scene and released\u00a0after the vehicle was impounded. Officers responded to a residence for a suspicious complaint. The complainant reported receiving\u00a0suspicious phone calls. The complaint is under further investigation. 09\/26 Officers handled a damage to property complaint. The complainant reported the\u00a0window to his car was broken out by a piece of candy thrown by the parade. A report was\u00a0completed. Officers were called for a small child playing in the parking lot of a business. Officers checked the\u00a0area and the child was no longer there. Officers patrolled the High School grounds for the homecoming football game. 09\/27 The Reed City Police Department participated in the Drug Take Back event. A total of\u00a063 pounds of unwanted, expired or unused prescription drugs were collected to be disposed of. Officers handled a barking dog complaint. The owner of the dog was located and given a warning. Officers assisted the Osceola County Sheriff's Department with a personal injury accident on 7 Mile\u00a0Road near 200th Avenue. 09\/28 Officers were called to a residence on West Fifth Avenue to assist EMS. A elderly female\u00a0was seen sitting in a chair and was not responsive. Entry was forced into the residence and medical\u00a0personal were able to attend to the subject. Officers responded to the Flint Police Department to pick up a subject on a Reed City warrant for\u00a0contempt of court. The subject was arrested and transported to and lodged at the Osceola County\u00a0Jail without incident.