Local police reports fort July 2 to 8

Evart

Police Report

July 3 to 7 

July 3

  • An officer was dispatched to a residence reference a complaint of assault. The case is open pending further investigation.

July 4

  • An officer was dispatched to assist the Osceola County Sheriff’s Department on a traffic stop outside the City.
  • An officer was dispatched to a residence reference a Malicious Destruction of Property complaint.  The case is open pending further investigation.
  • An officer took a found property report (phone).  The property was returned to its owner.
  • An officer took a found property report (camera).  The property was returned to its owner.
  • An officer was dispatched to a larceny complaint.  The case remains open pending further investigation.

July 6

  • An officer took a found property report (girl’s bike, with flowers and pink handle bars).  The property will be kept at the Evart Police Department for 30 days or until claimed by the owner.
  • An officer was dispatched to a welfare check.  The individual was found to be secure.
  • An officer was dispatched to a business reference an alarm.  The officer searched the building, the surrounding area and found everything to be secure.
  • An officer was dispatched to an area check reference subjects lighting fireworks in the middle of the street.  The subjects left the area before the officer arrived on scene.

July 7

  • An officer was dispatched to a residence reference a harassment complaint. The officer advised both parties to avoid further contact with each other.

Reed City

Police Report

July 2 to 8

July 2

  • Officers responded to N Chestnut St at the Hersey River Bridge for a single vehicle property damage accident.  The driver of the vehicle had struck the curb and there was minor damage to the vehicle.  A report was completed.
  • Officers were requested to speak with two juveniles regarding inappropriate text messages being sent.  The subjects were talked to and given a warning.
  • Officers were called to an apartment complex to do a well being check on a juvenile that had not been seen in a while.  Officers checked the apartment and found the juvenile home with her mother.  Nothing was out of the ordinary.
  • Officers assisted EMS at a residence where a subject was having a seizure.
  • Officers located a subject who was trespassing at an apartment complex.  A No Trespass Order had previously been served on the subject.  The subject was arrested and lodged at the Osceola County Jail without incident.
  • Officers were dispatched to an apartment complex for a domestic disturbance call.  Officers arrived on scene and observed the male suspect had assaulted the female victim.  One subject was arrested for domestic violence and probation violation.  Another subject was arrested for assault and probation violation.  Both individuals were lodged at the Osceola County Jail without incident.

July 3

  • Officers handled a walk in complaint.  The complainant advised that she was walking on S Chestnut St when a vehicle pulled up to her and made inappropriate comments to her.  A detailed description was obtained and officers checked the area for the vehicle.
  • Officers were dispatched to W Upton St at Higbee St for a minor two vehicle property damage accident.  A report was completed.
  • Officers responded to an apartment complex for a possible breaking and entering complaint.  The complainant stated they could hear someone in the upstairs apartment which is suppose to be vacant.  Officers checked the apartment and found it to be completely vacant and secure.  The complaint was unfounded.
  • Officers received notice of a possible intoxicated driver with children in the vehicle.  Officers located and stopped the vehicle and the driver was found to be sober.
  • Officers assisted the Osceola County Sheriff’s Department on a traffic stop.  Officers transported a subject to Jail and then resumed patrol duties within the city.

July 4

  • Officers were called to the GT Norman Elementary School for an open door complaint.  Officers arrived on scene and found contract workers working inside.
  • Officers were dispatched to an apartment complex for a fire code violation.  Officers arrived on scene and determined that the occupant was in violation of the fire code by having a container of gasoline inside the apartment.  The subject was given and warning and the matter was forwarded to the apartment manager.
  • Officers responded to numerous calls of fireworks going off in residential areas.  The subjects involved were located, advised of the city ordinances and given a warning.
  • Officers were called to the hospital for an assault complaint.  Upon arrival the victim refused to provide any details of the incident and the matter was closed due to lack of cooperation.
  • Officers were dispatched to an alarm at a business in the city.  Officers arrived on scene and checked the building and found it to be secure.  The property owner was notified of the false alarm.
  • Officers responded to an apartment complex for a subject passed out in the hallway.  Officers arrived on scene and identified the subject who was not a resident.  The subject was advised to leave the property.

July 6

  • Officers were called to the Motel for a subject yelling for help.  Officers arrived on scene and determined the subject had dementia and was confused.  The subject was turned over to family members.
  • Officers responded to a residence for a suicidal male with a knife.  Upon arrival the subject had ran from the residence to Rails to Trails.  The subject was located and taken into protective custody.  The subject was transported to the Hospital to be evaluated.

July 7

  • Officers located a suspicious vehicle parked in the parking lot of a business with the interior lights on and a key in the ignition.  The vehicle was checked and the property owner was notified.

July 8

  • Officers responded to a residence for a threats complaint.  Officers talked to both subjects involved and verbal warnings were issued.  The matter is now closed.
  • Officers were called for a peace officer standby so a subject could retrieve a lawn mower and a vehicle from a residence.  Officers determined that there was a valid Bond Conditional Release Order preventing the complainant from having any sort of contact with the person having possession of the items.  The complainant was provided with a course of action.