Evart Police Report Oct. 17 to 23 Oct. 18: An officer was dispatched to a larceny of automobile parts complaint. If anyone has any information, please contact the Evart Police Department. 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. Oct. 19: An officer took a found property report (purse). The property was returned to the owner. Oct. 20: An officer was dispatched to car \/ deer accident. There were no injuries. Several blight violations were observed by the Evart Police Officers. The officers sent out notification letters to the property owners. The property owners \/ tenants have 10 days to correct the violations to avoid being cited. Oct. 21: An officer took a complaint of a Non-Sufficient Funds check. The case is open pending further investigation. An officer was dispatched to the middle school in reference to a disturbance involving a minor. The case has been turned over to Juvenile Court. An officer was dispatched to car\/dog accident. There were no injuries. Oct. 22: An officer identified an individual as having an outstanding warrant. The suspect was arrested, transported to the Osceola County Sheriff\u2019s Department and lodged on Sex Offender Registry Violation charges. Oct. 23: The Evart Fire Department assisted an Evart officer with locating a juvenile who was reported missing. The juvenile was located and returned to their parents. An officer had contact with two juveniles who were reportedly shooting a bow near a building structure. The juveniles were turned over to their parents and advised of the city\u2019s ordinance. Reed City Police Report Oct. 17 to 23 If you see any suspicious activity, call 911. For a non-emergency call 832-3255. E-mail tips to RCPD@reedcityhall.org Oct. 17: Officers responded to a residence in the city for a call of a disorderly person. Upon arrival of the officers there was no disturbance and everything had calmed down. All parties were given a warning. Officers transported a subject to Midland Hospital as a result of a mental order. The subject was turned over to hospital staff without incident. Officers were dispatched to a noise complaint at an apartment complex in the city. Upon arrival the subject turned down the music and refused to answer the door. Follow up attempts will be made until the citation is served on the occupant of the apartment. Oct. 18: Officers handled a larceny complaint that occurred at the High School. The matter is under investigation. Officers investigated a possible child pornography situation where nude pictures were discovered on a cell phone. It was determined that the child took the pictures of herself and had not sent them to anyone. The matter has been turned over to the proper authorities. Officers responded to a property damage accident on Upton Ave near Higbee St. There was minor damage and no injuries. A report was completed. Officers on patrol assisted a stranded motorist on Church St. Officers investigated a possible child pornography complaint. The suspect was reported to have child porn on his computer. The matter is under investigation. 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. Oct. 19: Officers responded to a residence in the city for a landlord\/tenant dispute over the eviction process. Both parties were provided with a course of action. Officers were dispatched to a residence for a trespassing complaint. The property owner notified her son\u2019s friend that he was no longer allowed at the residence. The subject had left prior to the officers arriving on scene. Officers assisted a stranded motorist at the Hospital. Oct. 20: Officers responded to the High School for a minor in possession of tobacco complaint. A report was completed and the matter is being forwarded to probate court. Oct. 21: Officers were dispatched to a trailer park in the city for a civil dispute over speeding. All parties were talked to and warned. Officers responded to a business in the city for a malicious destruction of property complaint to a vehicle. The owner had returned to her car from work and noticed that the windshield had been broken. A report was completed and the matter is under investigation. Oct. 22: Officers investigated a suspicious situation at a pharmacy in town. The information was taken and forwarded to the Traverse Narcotics Team for follow up investigation. Officers responded to an apartment complex for a suspicious situation. The caller stated that her dog started barking at the back window and found it unusual. Officers checked the area and no one was found. Officers on patrol impounded a vehicle that was a traffic hazard. Oct. 23: Officers responded to a residence in the city for a civil stand by while the property owner requested another party in the house to leave. The subject left and there were no further problems. Michigan State Police Report Oct. 17 to 24 The Michigan State Police Mount Pleasant Post weekly calls for service report, from Oct. 17 to 24. Sexual Assaults: 1 Assaults\/Stalking: 9 Burglary\/Alarms: 6 Child\/Family Abuse: 3 Dangerous Drugs: 1 Overdose: 1 Sex Offender Violations: 10 Larceny\/Fraud\/Stolen Property: 16 Destruction of Property: 1 Fugitives\/Obstruction of Justice: 6 Health and Safety: 2 Trespassing: 2 Death Investigation: 1 Insanity\/Suicide: 2 Missing Persons: 2 Traffic Crashes\/Hit and Run: 46 Other Traffic: 11 Civil\/Family Disputes: 4 Suspicious Situations: 13 Other\/Miscellaneous: 16 Total for period: 153 FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Contact the Michigan State Police Mt. Pleasant Post at 989-773-5951.