Evart

Police Report

May 30 to June 5

May 30: An officer was dispatched to a Malicious Destruction of Property complaint at a residence.  Photos were taken of the damaged mailbox.  The case is open pending further investigation.

An officer was dispatched to a residence in reference to an individual who had violated a Personal Protection Order (PPO).  The suspect was arrested, transported to OCSD and lodged on charges.

An officer was dispatched to assist the Osceola County Sheriff’s Department on a traffic stop.

An officer was dispatched to two residences that appeared to have been broken into.  The officer spoke to the complainants.  The cases are open pending further investigation.

May 31: An officer was dispatched to a Malicious Destruction of Property complaint at a residence.  Photos were taken of the broken windows.  The case is open pending further investigation.

An officer was dispatched to a check well being complaint.  Upon arrival the officer found the individuals to be secure.

An officer was dispatched to a residence reference a no trespass order.  The officer spoke to the complainant, and issued a no trespass order to the suspect.

An officer investigated a suspicious vehicle complaint at a residence.  The officer searched the area, and the vehicle was found to be clear.

An officer was dispatched to a residence in reference to an assault involving minors.  The case is open pending further investigation.

While on patrol an officer identified an individual as having an outstanding warrant. The suspect was arrested, transported to OCSD and lodged on charges.

June 1: An officer was dispatched to a two car personal injury accident.  One individual was transported to Reed City Hospital by ambulance.

An officer was dispatched to a residence reference a larceny.  The officer searched the residence and the surrounding area.  The case is open pending further investigation.

June 2: An officer was dispatched to a residence reference an alarm.  The officer searched the residence and the surrounding area.  The alarm was caused by system error.

An officer took a found property report.  The property was returned to the owner.

An officer took a found property report (knife).  The property will be kept at the Police Department for evidence.

An officer was dispatched to a business reference an alarm.  The officer searched the business and the surrounding area and found the alarm to be due to occupant error.

June 3: An officer was dispatched to a business in reference to a disorderly person.  The suspect was arrested and transported to OCSD where they were lodged on charges.

An officer was dispatched to a Property Damage accident, there were no injuries.

An officer was dispatched to a check well being complaint.  Upon arrival the officer found the individuals to be secure.

June 4: An officer investigated a suspicious situation complaint.  The officer searched the building and the surrounding area.  The officer secured the building, and contacted a key holder to advise them of the complaint.

An officer investigated a suspicious person complaint.  The officer searched the area and was unable to locate the suspect.

An officer was dispatched to two suspicious situation complaints.  The officer searched the areas and was unable to locate the suspects.

An officer was dispatched to a harassment complaint.  The officer spoke to the parties involved, and informed the suspect to stop the unwanted contact.

June 5: An officer took a found property report (trailer plate).  The property will be kept at the Police Department for 30 days or until claimed by the owner.

Reed City

Police Report

May 30 to June 5

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

E-mail tips to RCPD@reedcityhall.org.

May 30: Officers issued numerous grass abatement notices to residents in the city.  The property owners have 10 days to correct the violation or they will be cited.

Officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation.  It was discovered that the license plate on the vehicle did not belong to that vehicle.  The driver was cited for improper license plate and released at the scene.

Officers responded to the hospital for a disorderly complaint.  It was discovered that the disorderly subject was a patient who was going to be placed in a mental hospital.  The patient was calmed down and there were no further incidents.

Officers were dispatched to a threats complaint.  The complainant stated that a resident had made threats about harming someone.  The threats were vague and nonspecific.  A report was completed.

Officers assisted the Big Rapids Department of Public Safety in locating a subject in Reed City.  The subject was found to be not home at the time.

Officers assisted the Osceola County Sheriff’s Department on a domestic disturbance call at a residence outside of the city.  Once the scene was secure the officer returned to patrol duties within the city limits.

May 31: Officers assisted EMS on a medical alarm at a residence in the city.  The alarm was found to be false.

Officers issued a trash/junk abatement to a resident in the city.  The property owner has the allotted time frame to clean up the mess or a citation will be issued.

Officers assisted the Evart Police Department on a felony warrant arrest at a residence in the city.  The subject was not home at the time.

June 1: Officers investigated a harassment complaint at a residence in the city.  A report was completed and the matter remains under investigation.

Officers responded to an area check for kids looking in the windows of an abandoned house.  The kids were gone when the officer arrived.  There was no damage to the residence.

Officers were dispatched to a complaint of a small child operating a lawn mower.  The child’s mother was located and warned.

Officers did a well being check on a child in the city.  The child was located and his residence and found to be OK.

Officers responded to a noise complaint at an apartment complex in the city.  Upon arrival of the officers no noise was heard.  The complaint was unfounded.

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

June 2: Officers assisted the Big Rapids Department of Public Safety in locating a subject in the city.  The subject was located.

Officers assisted the Osceola County Sheriff’s Department on a traffic stop just outside of the city limits where the driver was arrested for operating under the influence of drugs.

Officers were dispatched to a breaking and entering complaint.  The complainant advised that they returned home they discovered that money and prescription medication were stolen from the house.

June 3: Officers assisted the Big Rapids Department of Public Safety in executing a search warrant at a residence in the city.

Officers responded to a 911 hang up call at a business in the city.  Officers arrived on scene and found everything to be OK.

Officers were dispatched to a threats complaint.  The female complainant was being harassed by another female because she was dating her ex-boyfriend.  A report was completed and the matter is under investigation.

Officers assisted the Osceola County Sheriff’s Department in arresting a subject on an outstanding felony warrant for assault at a business outside of the city limits.  Once the subject was in custody the officer returned to patrol duties within the city.

Officers responded to a residence in the city for a harassment complaint.  A report was completed and the matter remains under investigation.

Officers assisted a stranded motorist who locked her keys in her car.  A locksmith was contacted for her.

Officers located a subject who was wanted on an outstanding warrant for failure to comply with sex offender reporting duties.  The subject was arrested and lodged at the Osceola County Jail without incident.

Officers assisted the Evart Police Department on arresting a subject on an outstanding felony warrant at a residence in the city.  The subject was located and arrested without incident.

Officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation.  It was discovered that the driver was operating the vehicle while intoxicated and with an improper license plate.  The subject was arrested and lodged at the Osceola County Jail without incident.

Officers were dispatched to a suspicious situation call.  The complainant observed subjects standing next to a vehicle that did not belong to them.  The subjects were gone when the officers arrived on scene.

Officers responded to a barking dog complaint.  The dog had been left unattended for 18 hours.  The dog owner was later identified and cited.

June 4: Officers were dispatched to a civil matter between two neighbors.  The dispute was over property lines and trespassing.  No criminal activity occurred.  The parties were advised that this was a civil matter and a report was completed.

Officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation.  It was discovered that the driver was operating on a suspended license and also had an outstanding warrant out of Grand Traverse County.  Officers also located prescription medication on the subject that did not belong to her.  The subject was arrested on multiple charges and lodged at the Osceola County Jail without incident.

Officers responded to an alarm at a business in the city.  The building was checked and found to be secure.  The alarm was determined to be false.  The property owner was notified.

June 5: Officers responded to a disorderly person complaint.  The complainant stated that the neighbor was outside using foul language at them while he was having a birthday party for his child.  A report was completed and the matter has been submitted to the city attorney for review.

Officers responded to the hospital for a possible disorderly complaint.  A subject was wondering around the hospital and refused to talk to the staff.  The subject was determined to be mental and his care taker was located.

Osceola County

Sheriff’s Report

May 29 to June 4

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.

May 29: Deputies were dispatched to a residence within the City of Evart on the report of a domestic assault.  Upon arrival the deputies discovered that a couple involved in a dating relationship were involved in a verbal argument.  Deputies then separated the parties involved and cleared the scene without incident.

Deputies were dispatched to Rose Lake on the report of a drowning complaint.  Upon arrival deputies discovered that a subject did in fact drown while he was recovering his young son, who had fallen from a boat and landed in the water.  The northern Michigan mutual aid dive team was activated, and the subject was recovered on 05-30-2011.

May 30: Deputies were dispatched to a residence within the village of Marion on the report of a domestic assault between a father and son.  Upon arrival the deputies secured the scene and arrested the aggressor involved in this incident.  The deputies then transported to the Osceola County Jail without incident.

A sergeant preformed a traffic stop on a vehicle within the City of Evart for several equipment violations.  Through investigation the sergeant discovered that a back seat passenger was in possession of open intoxicants and suspected marijuana, while the other back seat passenger was in possession of open intoxicants.  Both subjects were issued misdemeanor appearance citations for this incident, and the sergeant cleared the scene without incident.

May 31: A sergeant preformed a traffic stop on a vehicle within Richmond Township for an improper plate violation.  The sergeant confiscated the improper plate, issued the driver a misdemeanor citation for this offence and impounded the vehicle.  The sergeant then cleared the scene without incident.

Deputies investigated 3 vehicle crashes and 1 vehicle crash with injuries.  The crashes occurred within Richmond, Highland, Burdell and Lincoln Townships.

June 1: Deputies investigated 4 vehicle crashes and 1 vehicle crash with injuries.  The accidents occurred within Richmond, City of Reed City, Lincoln, Hartwick and Evart Townships.

June 2: A sergeant investigated an assault complaint where the victim was abducted in the Saginaw area, transported to the Village of Marion and was held against her will for 24 hours and was assaulted numerous times.  The sergeant and deputies completed their investigation, however could not locate the suspect.  This case was forwarded to the Prosecutor’s Office for charges, and is open pending the arrest of the suspect.

Deputies investigated 4 vehicle crashes which occurred within Burdell, Leroy, Richmond and Reed City.

June 3: Deputies investigated a business alarm which occurred within the Village of Marion.  Upon arrival the deputies discovered that the building was secure, and after review of the security footage it was discovered that an employee had accidently set the alarm off when they left.  The deputies then cleared once their assistance was no longer needed.

A deputy was dispatched to a residence within Evart Township on the report of a larceny complaint.  Upon arrival the deputy discovered that someone had removed several lawn mowers and snowmobiles from the complaints yard.  The deputy completed his investigation and cleared the scene without incident.  This case is open pending further investigation.

June 4: Deputies performed a traffic stop on a vehicle within the Village of Dighton for not have working taillights.  Through investigation the deputies discovered that the operator was driving on a suspended license, was operating a motor vehicle without insurance and an improper registration plate, and was in possession of open intoxicants.  The subject was then arrested and transported to the Osceola County Jail without incident.

Deputies investigated four vehicle crashes, which occurred within Sherman, Rose Lake, Osceola and Leroy Townships.

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.