Evart 2\/2 An officer responded to two larceny from auto vehicle complaints. Both cases are still open. Officers were dispatched to a threats complaint. The case is still open pending additional investigation. Officers were dispatched to a trespassing complaint at a local business. The subject was gone upon arrival. The case is still open pending contact with the suspect. 2\/3 Officers were dispatched to assist on a medical complaint. Reed City 2\/1 Officers were dispatched to local apartment complex regarding a domestic\u00a0violence situation. Both the 35-year-old female and the 24-year-old male were arrested on\u00a0domestic assault charges. Child protective services were called in for the welfare of the\u00a0children living in the home. The 24-year-old male was transported to the Spectrum Health Reed City Hospital\u00a0emergency room for treatment of his injuries. Both were transported and lodged in the\u00a0Osceola County Jail. Officers received a call regarding an alarm activation at a local manufacturing company.\u00a0The manager stated she thought the alarm was activated by mistake, but was unable to\u00a0disengage it. She requested the officers drive by to be sure all was secure. Officers\u00a0found nothing unusual. Case closed. A neighboring police department requested officers be on the look out for a vehicle that\u00a0may be in the area, possibly broken down, with some missing juveniles. Officers\u00a0searched the area and found nothing. 2\/2 Officers were dispatched to a two-car accident. A citation was issued to the 35-year-old male driver of one vehicles for disobeying a red light. The other driver, a 32-year-old female, had her son checked at the hospital for injuries. None were reported. She was\u00a0issued an appearance citation for no insurance. Both vehicles were towed. Officers were dispatched to Spectrum Health Reed City Hospital regarding a suspicious\u00a0situation. A 40-year-old female had been driven to the hospital to be admitted, had\u00a0jumped out of the vehicle and was running around the parking lot in the snow storm.\u00a0Upon an officer's arrival the female had been located by security and waiting calmly in\u00a0the waiting room. Case closed. Officers were dispatched to respond to a vehicle in the ditch. Upon arrival the\u00a0vehicle had been pulled from the ditch and was no longer in the area. Case closed. Officers were requested to respond to an alarm activation for the Osceola County Sheriff's\u00a0Department. Officers spoke with the home owner who stated all was fine and she had\u00a0notified the alarm company. Officers were dispatched to local residence regarding an open door. Officers found the\u00a0front door cracked open with the latch in need of repair. Officer searched the premises,\u00a0finding no signs of forced entry, larceny, or trespassing. Officers made minor repairs to\u00a0the lock and contacted the homeowner who requested they secure the property until they\u00a0could arrive from out of town. Case closed. 2\/3 Officer located an abandoned vehicle and called to have it towed. Officers were requested by Spectrum Health Reed City Hospital emergency room to transport a mental health patient to\u00a0Mid-Michigan Medical Center in Midland. Officers located and arrested a 19-year-old male who held a criminal bench warrant for a\u00a0probation violation out of the 77th District Court in Reed City. He was then transported\u00a0to the Osceola County Jail where he was lodged without incident. 2\/4 Officers were dispatched to a two-vehicle car accident. No injuries reported. Officers received a complaint from a 69-year-old female. She stated the week before she\u00a0believed she heard someone trying to open her front door. She added that she attempted\u00a0to call numerous non-emergency numbers for various departments and no one returned\u00a0her call. She was advised to call 911 if she needs assistance in the future. Report filed. Officers were requested to assist the Osceola Count Sheriff\u2019s Department and\u00a0maintaining scene security, while deputies searched the vehicle. While performing a traffic stop for speeding, officers found the 39-year-old driver to be\u00a0driving under the influence of liquor. He was placed under arrest at the scene after the\u00a0results of the field sobriety tests and the preliminary breath tests were obtained. He was\u00a0then transported to the Osceola County Jail where he was lodged without incident 2\/5 Officers assisted the Michigan State Police with a suspicious situation regarding\u00a0a 66-year-old man flagging them down. The man stated he didn\u2019t realize it was the police\u00a0he was flagging down. He added it was very cold out and requested a ride to a local\u00a0apartment complex where a friend was expecting him. Officers confirmed that he was\u00a0expected at the address given and dropped him off without incident. Officers responded to an alleged false Child Protective Services report. Officers\u00a0advised contacting the CPS department and reporting the alleged false report. 2\/6 Officers receive a \u201cBe On the Look Out\u201d notice for a vehicle driving all over the\u00a0road. Officers located a vehicle fitting the description and questioned the driver. The 19-year-old driver stated he didn't think he was all over the road, but the vehicle does need a\u00a0front-end alignment. 2\/7 Officers assisted the Michigan State Police Department with locating a juvenile\u00a0runaway. The 16-year-old was located and left with the officers without incident.