Evart Police Report March 28 to April 3 March 28: An officer took a Malicious Destruction of Property complaint at City Hall. Photos were taken of the broken window. The case is open pending further investigation. An officer was dispatched to a residence reference a dog bite. The officer spoke to the complainant, and was unable to locate the suspect. March 29: An officer was dispatched to assist a local business with a disgruntled person. An officer was dispatched to a residence for a welfare check. Upon arrival the officer found the individual to be secure. March 30: An officer was dispatched to a residence reference unlawful use of a financial transaction device. The officer spoke to the complainant. The case is open pending further investigation. An officer was dispatched to assist the Osceola County Sheriff\u2019s Department on a call. An officer was dispatched to a local business reference a trespass complaint. The officer spoke to the complainant. The case has been turned over to the Osceola County Prosecuting Attorney. April 2: An officer was dispatched to a residence for a domestic violence complaint. The suspect was arrested, transported to Osceola County Jail and lodged on charges. An officer was dispatched to a residence for a civil dispute. The officer stood by until the parties reached a mutual agreement. April 3: An officer was dispatched to a local business reference a disorderly person complaint. The officer spoke to the complainant. The suspect was arrested, transported to Osceola County Jail and lodged on charges. An officer was dispatched to assist the Osceola County Sheriff\u2019s Department on a call. Reed City Police Report March 28 to April 3 If you see any suspicious activity, call 911. For a non-emergency call 832-3255. E-mail tips to RCPD@reedcityhall.org March 28: The School Liaison Officer investigated an assault complaint between two students at the GT Norman Elementary School. The students involved were talked to and a report was completed. Officers recovered an abandoned bicycle from a business in the city. Officers did an area check at a closed down business for children possibly trying to gain entry into the building. The kids were located and talked to. Officers issued a vehicle abatement notice to an unregistered vehicle parked on private property at a residence in the city. Further enforcement action will be taken if the owner does not correct the problem. March 29: Officers responded to a hold up alarm at a bank in the city. The alarm was found to be false and everything was OK. Officers responded to an assault complaint at an apartment complex in the city. The suspect came to her ex-boyfriends apartment to gather belongings and found her ex-boyfriend in bed with another woman. The suspect then began to assault the women then left the scene. A report was completed and submitted to the Prosecutor seeking an arrest warrant. Officers responded to the Hospital to assist with a disorderly patient. When the officer arrived on scene the patient had calmed down and was sleeping. March 30: Officers responded to a verbal dispute at an apartment complex in the city. Four subjects got into an argument while one of the parties was attempting to move out. The officer stood by at the scene so the party could gather her belongings. Officers investigated a suspicious smell in the area of Commerce Dr. The Waste Water Treatment Plant Manager was called to investigate the treatment plant as it appeared the smell was coming from the plant. Everything was determined to be OK. March 31: The School Liaison Officer assisted school staff with a termination hearing. There were no incidents. Officers responded to a private property damage accident at a business in the city. The owner of the vehicle went into the store and came back out and noticed damage to his vehicle. A report was completed. Officers were dispatched to a possible domestic at an apartment complex in the city. The officers arrived on scene to find that it was a verbal dispute between Mother and Daughter. Both parties were warned and advised on a course of action. The School Liaison Officer assisted Child Protective Services on an interview at the Elementary School. The matter is being handled by CPS. Officers responded to a property damage accident on W. Upton Ave. There was minor damage and no injuries. A report was completed. Officers were dispatched to a civil stand by so a subject could get items out of a house. There were no problems. Officers investigated a disorderly complaint at a concert at the Elementary School. One parent began calling another parent obscene names. The report was submitted to the prosecutor for review. Officers responded to a property damage accident involving a deer on Mill St. There was minor damage to the vehicle. A report was completed. Officers were dispatched to an area check for loud music at an apartment complex in the city. The officer arrived on scene and could not hear any music. The complaint was unfounded. Officers investigated an abandoned vehicle on the shoulder of US 10. April 1: Officers were dispatched to an apartment complex in the city for a credit card fraud complaint. It was discovered that the incident happened outside of the city limits. The complaint was turned over to the Michigan State Police for investigation. Officers responded to a closed building for a possible water leak\/flood. April 2: Officers handled an identity theft complaint. The suspect used the victim\u2019s information for online courses. A report was completed and the matter is under investigation. Officers responded to a private property damage accident at a business in the city. Two vehicles crashed into each other in the parking lot. There was minor damage, a report was completed. Officers went on a prisoner transport to the Mecosta County Jail. A subject was arrested on an outstanding Reed City warrant for probation violation. The subject was transported to and lodged at the Osceola County Jail without incident. Officers responded to a call of kids attempting to get into an abandoned building. The kids were located and warned. Officers were dispatched to a civil complaint at a residence in the city. Officers did a peace officer stand by so the complainant could retrieve her keys from the residence. Officers responded to an area check in the parking lot of an apartment complex for a female yelling. Officers arrived on scene to discover that the female was having a possible miscarriage. EMS was contacted and transported the subject to the hospital. Officers received a call of a suicidal subject. The subject had posted comments on Facebook about killing himself. The subject was located and taken to the Hospital to be evaluated. The subject ended up being transported to the Midland Psyc unit for hospitalization on a court order. Osceola County Sheriff\u2019s Report March 27 to April 2 The Osceola County Sheriff\u2019s Office investigated several complaints for the above week. The following is a brief summery for some of that activity which occurred. March 27: Deputies received information that a subject with a valid warrant was residing at a residence within Leroy Township. Upon arrival the deputies received consent to search the residence, and located the subject hiding in the bathroom. The subject was then taken into custody and was transported to the Osceola County Jail without incident. Deputies investigated two vehicle crashes which occurred within Hersey and Richmond Townships. March 28: The Osceola County Sheriff\u2019s Office K-9 units assisted the Mecosta County Sheriff\u2019s Office with K-9 searches of the Mecosta County Schools. All searches were completed without incident. While acting on a tip on March 29 deputies responded to a residence within the Village of Marion and arrested a subject on a valid warrant. Through this investigation the deputies also located suspected narcotics. The subject was arrested and transported to the Osceola County Jail without incident. March 29: Deputies investigated 2 vehicle crashes which occurred within Hersey and Osceola Townships. March 30: Deputies were dispatched to a location within Rose Lake Township on the report of a 911 hang-up. Upon arrival the deputies found all buildings to be secured and did not locate anyone using the phones. March 31: Deputies investigated a felonious assault complaint, which occurred within Middle Branch Township. Through investigation deputies discovered that the victim was assaulted with a wood board. Deputies then made contact with the suspect and placed him under arrest for this offence. The suspect was then transported to the Osceola County Jail without incident. A deputy investigated a larceny complaint, which occurred within Leroy Township. Upon arrival the deputy discovered that a known subject had taken the victim\u2019s coat out of her school locker. This complaint is open pending contact with the suspect. April 1: A deputy investigated a 2 vehicle crash which occurred within Burdell Township. Upon arrival the deputy completed his investigation and cleared the scene without incident. April 2: Deputies conducted a motorist assist within Evart Township. Through this investigation it was determined that the operator was in possession of several stolen firearms, which were recently taken from a nearby business. The deputies then placed this subject under arrest and transported them to the Osceola County Jail. Deputies investigated a noise complaint, which occurred within the Village of Marion. Upon arrival the deputies discovered that 2 occupants of the suspected residence had valid warrants out for their arrest. These subjects were then placed under arrest and transported to the Osceola County Jail. The Osceola County D.A.R.E. officer continued drug and resistance education training at local schools, where the topic of discussion was ways to avoid peer pressure and violence. The Osceola County Sheriff\u2019s Office would like to remind citizens to report any and all suspicious activity that is observed within their neighborhoods, and to contact the sheriff\u2019s office if you have any information pertaining to the above complaints at 325 W Upton Street, Reed City, MI 49677 by phone at (231) 832-2288 or by fax at (231) 832-6173.