Evart 1\/19 An officer was dispatched to investigate a malicious destruction of property complaint. The incident remains\u00a0open pending follow up investigation. 1\/20 An officer received information about a person that had a misdemeanor warrant. The officer confirmed the\u00a0warrant, made contact with that person, and arrested the subject. 1\/21 An officer was dispatched to a breaking and entering complaint. The officer investigated the scene and the\u00a0incident remains open pending follow up investigation. 1\/22 An officer was dispatched to investigate a single vehicle property damage accident. The driver was arrested\u00a0after the officer concluded his investigation. The incident has been turn over to the Osceola County Prosecuting\u00a0Attorney. 1\/23 An officer was dispatched to a malicious destruction of property complaint. The incident remains open pending\u00a0follow-up investigation. 1\/24 An officer was dispatched to a retail fraud complaint. The incident was investigated at the scene, and has been\u00a0turned over to the Osceola County Prosecuting Attorney. An officer received information about a person that had a misdemeanor warrant. The officer confirmed the\u00a0warrant, made contact with that person, and arrested the subject. Reed City 1\/18 Officers were dispatched to a local residence regarding a verbal domestic\u00a0dispute. Both parties stated there had been no physical contact and agreed to separate for\u00a0the evening. 1\/20 Officers were requested to assist the Michigan State Police with a stand-by\u00a0while they performed a vehicle search. The vehicle was occupied by individuals with\u00a0outstanding warrants. 1\/21 Officers were requested to perform a civil standby while a female collected\u00a0her items after a separation with her husband. Officers received a complaint of inappropriate content on a cell phone. The matter is\u00a0under investigation. Officers received a 911 hang-up complaint. It was found to be a child playing with a cell\u00a0phone. 1\/22 Officers found a business door to be open in the middle of the night. Officers\u00a0searched the building and found nothing unusual. Contact was made with the owner who\u00a0came and locked the door. While performing a traffic stop for speeding, Officer found the 29-year-old driver to be\u00a0driving without an operator\u2019s license in addition to not having any vehicle insurance.\u00a0The vehicle was towed and appearance citations were issued for speeding and the two\u00a0misdemeanors. Officers were requested to assist the Michigan State Police with responding to an alarm\u00a0activation of a company rear door. On arrival to the scene, officers were met with the\u00a0security guard who informed them that the building was secure and that the alarm had\u00a0been tripped by the cleaning crew. Officers were dispatched to an apartment complex regarding a possible domestic assault\u00a0in progress. Once officers were able to enter the apartment and met with the two tenants,\u00a0they concluded there were no signs of assault and issued verbal warnings regarding the\u00a0noise. Officers were dispatched to be on the lookout for a possible suicidal subject driving in\u00a0the area. The vehicle was located at the hospital, where the subject had checked\u00a0themselves in. Officers were dispatched to a local address for missing property. After speaking with the\u00a0owner, they wished no action taken. Officers were dispatched to local apartment complex where a mother claimed that her ex-husband had her child for the weekend and has not returned the child as was their\u00a0agreement. Officers made contact with the father to verify the child\u2019s s well-being and\u00a0advised the mother to follow up with Friend of the Court if she wished. Officers were dispatched to local residence regarding an attempted suicide by way of\u00a0overdose. Officers stayed with the individual until Reed City Fire Department and\u00a0Osceola County EMS arrived. 1\/24 Officers served the appropriate abatement paperwork at two separate\u00a0residences, after observing the parked vehicles which were in violation of City Ordinance\u00a0code No. 1284.13. It is prohibited to store inoperable or unregistered motor vehicles, unless\u00a0confined within an enclosed structure. Officers performed a traffic stop on a vehicle that was being operated carelessly. During\u00a0this stop the officers found the driver to be operating while under the influence of\u00a0alcohol. The 25-year-old male driver was placed under arrest and transported to the\u00a0Osceola County Jail and his vehicle was towed without incident. Officers were dispatched to local residence to take a complaint of an assault. The matter\u00a0was unfounded.