Evart

Police Report

Aug. 22 to 28

Aug. 22: An officer assisted a resident with a possible stolen vehicle. The case is closed, due to the vehicle not being stolen.

An officer assisted Child Protective Services on a case involving a minor.

Aug. 24: An officer took a complaint of a Non-Sufficient Funds check. The case is open pending further investigation.

Aug. 25: An officer was dispatched to a business reference a Fail to Pay for gasoline. The case is open pending further investigation.

An officer was dispatched to a Malicious Destruction of Property complaint at a residence. The officer took pictures of the damaged car. The case is open pending further investigation.

Aug. 26: An officer was dispatched to a residence reference a well being check. The officer made contact with the individual who was found to be secure.

An officer was dispatched to a residence in reference to a domestic violence complaint. The suspect was arrested and transported to OCSD where they were lodged on charges.

Aug. 28: An officer was dispatched to a residence reference a complaint of a suspicious situation. The case is open pending further investigation.

Reed City

Police Report

Aug. 22 to 28

If you see any suspicious activity, call 911. For a non-emergency call 832-3255.

E-mail tips to RCPD@reedcityhall.org.

Aug. 22: Officers were dispatched to a two vehicle traffic accident at the corner of S Chestnut St and E Todd Ave involving a semi. There were no injuries and minor damage. A report was completed.

Officers responded to a residence in the city for a harassing phone calls and text messages complaint. A former friend of the complainant was harassing her. The suspect, who lives out of the area, was contacted and advised to stop contacting the complainant or further action would be taken.

Officers assisted the Hospital with an intoxicated patient that was trying to leave prior to being discharged. The patient ended up cooperating and there were no further problems.

Officers on patrol located an open door at a business in the city. The building was searched and found to be secure. The property owner was notified.

Aug. 23: Officers responded to a lost property complaint. The complainant left her wallet in a hospital exam room and returned to find it was gone. Items contained in the wallet were found discarded in various parts of the city. Everything was recovered except the cash that was in the wallet. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Reed City Police Department.

Officers were dispatched to a child abuse complaint at an apartment complex in the city. The complaint was called in by the child’s mothers ex and was investigated. The complaint was unfounded.

Officers responded to a harassment complaint. The subject doing the harassing was mentally challenged. A report was completed.

Officers were dispatched to a residence for a drug overdose/suicidal person. The subject had ingested a quantity of prescription medications. The subject was transported to the hospital by EMS and was later transported to a psyc unit for an evaluation.

Officers responded to a threats complaint. The caller reported that the suspect had threatened to do harm to another person in the city. The matter was investigated and was unfounded.

Officers were dispatched to another residence for a drug overdose/suicidal person. The subject had ingested a quantity of prescription medications. The subject was transported to the hospital for treatment.

Officers on patrol found a bicycle at the corner of Chestnut St and Upton Ave. The bike was taken to the police department for safe keeping until picked up by the owner.

Aug. 24: Officers handled a walk-in domestic violence case. The complainant was taking his roommate to work in Reed City. Once they got to the parking lot it was reported that the suspect assaulted the complainant. A report was completed and submitted to the Prosecutor for an arrest warrant.

A bicycle that was found at the intersection of S Roth St and Heritage Place was turned over to the police department. The bike has been placed in safe keeping pending pickup by the owner.

Aug. 25: Officers responded to a noise complaint at an apartment complex in the city. The suspect refused to come to the door. A report was submitted to the City Attorney for review.

Officers assisted the Osceola County Sheriff’s Department on a holdup alarm at a business just outside of the city. The building was checked and the employees were found to be secure. The alarm was false.

Aug. 26: Officers responded to a child abuse complaint. It was determined that the incident happened outside of Reed City’s jurisdiction. The matter was turned over to another agency.

Officers were dispatched to a business in the city for kids throwing things at the building. Officers arrived on scene and the kids were gone. There was no damage.

Officers on patrol at the High School Football game received information about a runaway juvenile from Eagle Village. After a foot pursuit the subject was taken into custody and returned to Eagle Village by the Michigan State Police.

Officers responded to the Reed City Motel for a child neglect complaint. The father of the children left them unattended to run to the store. The children were checked on and found to be safe. A report has been forwarded to Child Protective Services and to the Prosecutor for review.

Officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. It was discovered that the plate on the vehicle was improper. The driver was cited and the scene and released and the vehicle was impounded.

Aug. 27: Officers located an open door at two separate businesses in the city. The buildings were checked and found to be secure. The property owner’s were notified.

Officers responded to a suspicious vehicle complaint. The vehicle was gone but the information about the vehicle was documented. The building where the vehicle was parked at was also checked and found to be secure.

Aug. 28: Officers were dispatched to a 911 hang up call at a residence in the city. Officers arrived on scene to find that a male and female had been involved in an argument. The male subject had packed his bags and was leaving. No assault had occurred. The parties were warned and advised on a course of action.

Osceola County

Sheriff’s Report

Aug. 21 to 27

The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office investigated several complaints for the above week. The following is a brief summery for some of that activity which occurred.

Aug. 21: Deputies were dispatched to a residence within Sherman Township on the report of a known acquaintance taking the victims vehicle, while the victim was sleeping. Upon arrival the deputies completed their investigation and cleared the scene without incident. The vehicle was located later in the week, and was returned to the owner. This case has been forwarded to the prosecutor’s office for review.

Deputies were dispatched to a residence within Hersey Township on the report of someone “egging” the complainant’s residence. Upon arrival the deputies completed their investigation and cleared the scene without incident.

Aug. 22: Deputies were dispatched to a residence within Marion Township on the report of a subject overdosing on medication. Upon arrival the deputies secured the scene, and located said subject in the woods behind their house. At that time the subject was transported to the hospital where they were medically and mentally evaluated.

Deputies investigated 3 vehicle crashes and 1 vehicle crash with injuries. Incidents occurred within Marion, Burdell, Hersey and the City of Evart.

Aug. 23: Deputies responded to a domestic assault complaint which occurred at a residence within Hersey Township. Upon arrival the deputies secured the scene and determined that an assault did occur between a married couple. At that time the aggressor was placed under arrest and was transported to the Osceola County Jail without incident.

Deputies were dispatched to a business alarm, which occurred within the City of Evart. Upon arrival the deputies discovered the building to be secure, and cleared the scene without incident.

Aug. 24: Deputies were dispatched to a residence within Hersey Township on the report of a trespassing complaint. Upon arrival the deputies discovered that a subject was on the complainant’s property without permission. At that time, and per the request of the property owner, the suspect was contacted and advised not to return to the property, or trespassing charges would be sought. The deputies then cleared the scene without incident.

Deputies investigated a 2 vehicle crash, which occurred within Burdell Township.

Aug. 25: Deputies were dispatched to a residence within Hartwick Township on the report of a credit card fraud complaint. Upon arrival the deputies discovered that someone had made unauthorized charges to the victims credit card account. The deputies completed their investigation and cleared the scene once their assistance as no longer needed.

Aug. 26: Deputies investigated a juvenile run-away complaint, which occurred within Hersey Township. Upon arrival the deputies completed their investigation and patrolled the area, however the juvenile was not located. At that time the deputies cleared the scene, however later in the day the juvenile was located by the Michigan State Police, who returned them to their placement location.

Deputies were dispatched to a business within Richmond Township on the report of a panic alarm. Upon arrival the deputies secured the scene and confirmed that this was a false report.

Aug. 27: Deputies conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle within Rose Lake Township for driving left of the center line. Through investigation the deputies determined that the operator was driving while intoxicated, driving while license suspended and also had a valid warrant out for their arrest. The subject was then placed under arrest and was transported to the Osceola County Jail without incident.

Deputies were dispatched to Sherman Township on the report of a single vehicle crash. Through investigation the deputies determined that the operator had been operating their vehicle while intoxicated at the time of this crash. The deputies then placed the operator under arrest for this incident and transported them to the Osceola County Jail without incident.

The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind citizens to report any and all suspicious activity that is observed within their neighborhoods, and to contact the sheriff’s office if you have any information pertaining to the above complaints.