Local police reports

Evart

4/13

Larceny — Officers responded to a larceny. The case remains open at this time.

Malicious Destruction of Property — Officers responded to a malicious destruction of property complaint. The case remains open at this time.

4/14

Assist EMS — Officers assisted EMS with an intoxicated person complaint. The subject was transported by ambulance to Spectrum Health Reed City Hospital.

4/15

Warrant Arrest — Officers apprehended a suspect with an outstanding warrant. He was transported to the Osceola County Sheriff’s Department where the suspect was lodged on their warrants.

4/16

Retail Fraud — Officers responded to a retail fraud complaint at a local business. The issue was resolved with cooperation between the suspect and the business.

Reed City

ATTENTION: A mans wedding ring has been found.Please contact the Reed City Police Department to identify.

4/11

Officers were called regarding a possible fraud situation involving confidential medical information. The matter has been handed over to the Michigan State Police.

Officers were dispatched to local business regarding a confused female, who didn’t seem to know who she was or where she was going. The store employees assisted with getting information from the 73-year-old women, so officers were able to transport her home without incident.

Officers served abatement papers regarding a broken down vehicle in violation of City Ordinance code No. 68.02. Officers will perform a property check at a later date to see that the matter has been resolved.

Officers were dispatched to be on the look out for vehicle that being driven recklessly. The vehicle was found in the hospital parking lot. Officers spoke with the 22-year-old driver who stated he had been sick for days and had come to the hospital get checked out. Officers allowed him to enter the hospital for treatment.

Officers were called regarding a possible identity theft situation and fraudulent online purchases. The matter is under investigation.

4/12

Officers were requested to assist the Osceola County Sheriff’s Department on a domestic assault call. Officers assisted in the search for a 33-year-old male, who was later arrested and lodged at the Osceola County Jail.

Officers were called regarding a personal protection order (PPO) violation. Officers found the PPO had expired and advised the 48-year-old female to contact the court to dispute it or file for another PPO.

Officers were dispatched to local residence regarding a domestic assault. No visible injuries were to be found on any involved. Contact was made with Child Protective Services (CPS) regarding the two juvenile boys living in the home. The matter remains under investigation.

Officers were called regarding what appeared to be a small amount of marijuana that had been found in a garbage container. The matter is under investigation.

Officers were dispatched to local residence regarding a 911 hang-up call. No one appeared to be home at the time. Officers went back later and found activity in the home indicating all was fine.

Officers were dispatched to a possible domestic at a local residence. Contact was made with a 25-year-old male and a 27-year-old female, neither showed signs of injury, and both denied any assault. While in the home officers could smell marijuana. Officers located the marijuana and arrested the 25-year-old man who stated it belong to him. He was then transported to Osceola County Jail where he was lodged without incident.

4/13

While on foot patrol of the downtown area, officers found a rear door to a local business unlocked. Nothing appeared to be out of place and contact was made with the key-holder to lock up.

Officers received a report regarding an assault and battery situation between two juveniles. The matter is under investigation.

Officers were called regarding the larceny of cash by a juvenile. The money was returned and the matter has been handed over to the parents.

Officers were dispatched to local parking lot to assist with any elderly male. The officers found the 92-year-old male to be lost and confused. Officers transported the individual home without incident.

4/14

Officers were dispatched to perform a well-being check on a 30-year-old male. Officers located the man and spoke with a family member and found him to be of no threat to himself or others.

4/15

Officers were requested by Meceola Central Dispatch to make a telephone contact with regarding a larceny complaint that had happened earlier in the week. The caller claims that his prescription medications were stolen while at the residence. The matter is under investigation.

Officers were called to local apartment complex regarding illegal dumping of trash. The matter was unfounded. Case closed.

Officers submitted a warrant request on a 63-year-old male for the violation of the Sex Offenders Registry (SOR) regarding his residency. He moved and had not registered his new address.

4/16

Officers were dispatched to local residence regarding the welfare of children, who were yelling and screaming at each other. Officers located the mother of the children and found them to be fine. Case closed as the matter was unfounded.

Officers were called to local residence regarding a suspicious situation. While digging in his garden, the home owner found a large bone. The responding officer advised it resembled a joint bone from a large animal like a horse or cattle. Case closed.

4/17

Officers came upon an unattended running vehicle at a construction site. Officers located the owner at the construction site. Case closed.

Officers were called regarding the larceny of a dog. Officers were told the dog got loose from its leash and ran down the street chasing a vehicle. The vehicle then came to a stop and the door opened allowing the dog to jump inside and then drove off with the dog. Officers began searching vehicles in the area that matched description that took the dog. A short time later a family member spotted a woman walking the dog in the neighborhood. The woman stated she found the dog and was looking for the owner. She then handed the dog over. Case closed.

Officer spoke with a 24-year-old male regarding him riding his BMX in a road construction area. The young man admitted to knocking down a barricade but replacing it and that nothing was damaged. Officers issued a warning not to ride in construction areas or he would be ticketed.

Officers submitted a warrant request for a concealed weapons violation. The subject was arrested and lodged at the Osceola County Jail without incident.