Local police reports



Vehicle Larceny/Property Damage — Officers responded to a larceny from a vehicle complaint and the center console was damaged. The case remains open at this time.

Vehicle Larceny — Officers responded to a larceny from a vehicle complaint. The case remains open at this time.


Harassment — Officers responded to a harassment complaint. The case remains open at this time.

Personal Property Damage Accident — Officers handled a two-vehicle accident in the middle school parking lot.


Harassment — Officers handled a complaint of harassment by mail. The case remains open at this time.


Civil Dispute — Officers handled a complaint regarding custody. The case remains open at this time.

Warrant Arrest — During a traffic stop, it was discovered that the driver of the vehicle had multiple outstanding warrants. The subject was taken in to custody and transported to the Osceola County Sheriff’s Department where he was lodged for his warrants.


Threats — Officers responded to two threats complaints.


Assault/Probation Violation — Officers responded to an assault complaint. The subject was found to be in violation of probation and was transported to the Osceola County Sheriff’s Department where the subject was lodged for the violation.

Reed City


Officers issued a verbal warning to the home owner that placed a couch out at the curb 10 days before large trash pickup day. Reminder: Large trash pickup day is the first Thursday of every month.


Officers received a call regarding a 17-year-old female who jumped out of a running vehicle. The juvenile returned unharmed a short time later.


The Reed City Liaison Officer was requested to transport a delinquent juvenile home.


Officers were dispatched to local residence regarding a hit-and-run property damage report. The 71-year-old female driver state she did not see any damage to the other vehicle and if she had she would have reported it. Officers issued a verbal warning not to leave the scene of an accident again.

Officers were requested to take a report regarding the malicious destruction of property. Although the officer found insufficient evidence to prove who caused the damage to the vehicle, a copy of the report was sent to the Osceola County Prosecutor's Office for review.

Officers observed a 23-year-old male jump out of a second-story window; it was believed to avoid his arrest. Officers found the individual to have a criminal bench warrant for contempt of court. He was placed under arrest, transported and lodged in the Osceola County Jail without incident.


Officers were requested to local residence regarding a noise complaint. The owner of the residence in question said it was his dog going after the family cat, and the dog was placed in the kennel. Case closed.

Officers received a call from a landlord living out of state, stating she believed people were living in her apartment that were not on the lease. The possibility of squatters is under investigation.

Officers observed a vehicle with tinted front windows and tires extending out past the wheel well to a point that require fender flares or mud flaps to protect from stones being thrown off the tires onto the cars behind. A stop was made on the vehicle and the 27-year-old male driver was found to be driving while license has been revoked. He was issued a warning for no mud flaps, a citation for the tinted windows, and an appearance citation for driving while license revoked.

While performing a traffic stop, officers found the 30-year-old passenger to have an outstanding warrant from another jurisdiction. He was then placed under arrest, transported and lodged in the Osceola County Jail without incident.

Officers made contact with a 53-year-old female regarding a warrant for her arrest. Due to medical conditions, probation made other arrangements.


Officers were dispatched to local residence and received a complaint larceny of a vehicle part stolen out of the garage. The matter is under investigation.

Officers were called to local apartment complex regarding a vehicle abatement situation. The matter is under investigation.

Officers made contact with local resident regarding the trash outside his residence. Officers found that the items belonged to his roommate that he was in an argument with. Officers told him that it was a civil matter, but the items out by the curb fell under city ordinance for trash. He was issued a warning that he had two days to remove the items; items were picked up.

Officers were dispatched to local residence regarding a suspicious situation. The home owner stated that there had been two people in dark clothes walking across his yard. He showed officers the foot prints that were left. The foot prints did indeed walk through the front yard, but also the front yards of all the neighbors. It appears the foot prints did not show any activity other than just walking through the front yard as there are no sidewalks in this area. Case closed.

Officers issued a citation for improper use of a registration plate and no proof of insurance to a 19-year-old male. The individual claimed he was driving his father’s vehicle and there must have been a mix up with another vehicle at home.


Officers were requested to perform a civil standby for a 24-year-old female to collect her belongings at her estranged roommate’s residence. She obtained her belongings and left without any incident from her roommate.

While on patrol in the downtown area, officers came across a back garage door of a business open. Officers searched the business and found nothing out of place. Contact was made with the key holder, who responded and secured the building.