Evart

Police Report

Oct. 3 to 9

Oct. 3: An officer was dispatched to a residence reference a trespassing complaint. The officer spoke to the complainant and advised the suspect of the No Trespassing order.

Oct. 4: An officer was dispatched to a school reference a situation involving a minor. The case remains open.

An officer was dispatched to a residence reference a possible Sex Offender Registry violation. The case remains open.

Oct. 5: An officer was dispatched to a business reference an alarm. The officer searched the building and the surrounding area. The business was found to be clear.

An officer was dispatched to a residence reference a suspicious situation. An individual was sneaking around vehicles. The officer searched the area but was unable to locate the subject.

Oct. 6: An officer was dispatched to two Malicious Destruction of Property complaints. Photos were taken of the damaged soccer goal. If anyone has any information concerning these damages, please contact the Evart Police Department.

An officer was dispatched to a complaint of harassment involving minors. The case is closed.

Oct. 7: An officer conducted a traffic stop and determined the driver’s license was not valid. The driver was issued a misdemeanor appearance citation.

An officer was dispatched to a Civil dispute regarding parenting time. The parties were advised to settle their dispute with the Friend of the Court.

An officer was dispatched to a residence reference a complaint of harassment involving minors. The case is closed.

An officer investigated a welfare check involving a minor, who was found to be secure. The case is closed.

While on a call, an officer identified an individual as having an outstanding warrant. The suspect was arrested, transported to the Mecosta County Sheriff’s Department and lodged on Friend of the Court charges.

An officer was dispatched to a residence reference a traffic complaint. The officer spoke to the complainants, and a warning was issued to the suspect.

Michigan State

Police Report

Michigan State Police Reed City Post weekly calls for service report, from Oct. 3 to 10.

Information regarding a few significant cases being investigated:

Oct. 5: Troopers were dispatched to Marion regarding a domestic assault. A 13 year old girl had assaulted her wheel chair bound mother, striking her with several household items. A neighbor had witnessed the assault and called Meceola Dispatch Center, who dispatched the troopers. Upon arriving, the troopers interviewed the victim and witness outside the residence. The suspect juvenile had locked herself in the house, and troopers were forced to make entry through a window. Once inside, the juvenile would not comply with troopers and had to be physically restrained. She was lodged in a local youth detention facility pending further probate court action. The victim was taken to an area hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.

Troopers were dispatched to a Reed City residence regarding a child endangerment situation. The complainant called Meceola Dispatch after finding two young children (one of which was naked) playing in the dirt near an active and dangerous construction site. When the caller asked the children about their parents, they ran into a nearby open door. The caller attempted to wake a woman inside the residence, and called 911 when the woman would not wake. When troopers attempted to contact the occupants, no one would answer the door. Child Protective Services was summoned to the scene, and the occupants were eventually contacted. Investigation revealed there had been a party at the residence the previous night. Two subjects were cited for Minor In Possession of Alcohol. Child Protective Services is conducting further investigation regarding the child neglect issue. The complaint will be sent to the Osceola County Prosecutor for review.

Sexual Assaults: 1

Assaults/Stalking: 7

Burglary/Alarms: 8

Child Abuse: 3

Dangerous Drugs: 3

Embezzlement: 1

Larceny/Fraud/Stolen Property: 2

Motor Vehicle Theft: 2

Destruction of Property: 2

Fugitives/Obstruction of Justice: 2

Flee and Elude: 1

Runaway: 1

DNR Violations: 3

Operate While Intoxicated: 2

Traffic Crashes/Hit and Run: 23

Other Traffic: 7

Civil/Family Disputes: 2

Suspicious Situations: 6

Other/Miscellaneous: 13

Total for period: 89

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Contact the Michigan State Police Reed City Post at (231) 832-2221.