Reed City Police Report, March 19 to 25
If you see any suspicious activity, call 911. For a non-emergency call 832-3255. Email tips to RCPD@reedcityhall.org
March 19: Officers investigated a sexual harassment complaint at the school involving students. A report has been completed and the matter is under investigation.
Officers responded to a gas station in town for a fail to pay for gasoline complaint. The suspect was located and it was determined that the credit card he used at the pump had an error. The subject returned to the gas station and paid for the gas and the matter is now closed.
Officers were dispatched to a business in the city for a retail fraud complaint. The complainant stated that some juveniles were in the store and had stolen some game cards. The matter was investigated and an agreement had been reached by the parents of the children and the business.
Officers were called to assist the fire department on an open burn violation. The subject was outside burning materials during the burn ban. The subject was cited for the violation and also arrested on an outstanding warrant out of Lakeview Police Department.
Officers were dispatched to an apartment complex for a report of a domestic disturbance. Officers arrived on scene to find that it was a verbal dispute only. The parties involved were given a warning.
March 20: Officers responded to a business in the city for an alarm. Officers arrived on scene to find that everything was secure. The property owner was notified.
Officers were called to a residence for a truancy complaint. A family had moved to Reed City from Ohio and the mother of the children had failed to enroll them in school. The mother was advised that the children needed to be enrolled in school ASAP or further enforcement action would be taken.
Officers assisted a stranded motorist where the vehicle was blocking the roadway on W Church St. The vehicle was removed from the road.
Officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. It was discovered that the driver was driving on a suspended license and had an outstanding warrant out for her arrest out of the Michigan State Police Caro Post. The subject was arrested and lodged at the Osceola County Jail without incident.
Officers were called to a residence for a hit and run motor vehicle accident. A child was riding their bike when a vehicle clipped the rear tire, knocking the child off the bike. The driver of the vehicle then took off. The child suffered only minor injuries. A report was completed and a description of the suspect vehicle was obtained.
Officers were dispatched to an apartment complex for a loud music complaint. Upon arrival no noise was heard. The complaint was unfounded.
March 21: Officers were called to an area check at the intersection of US 10 and Patterson Road for a child sitting on the side of the road crying.
Officers arrived on scene to find that it was an adult. The subject had two outstanding warrants for his arrest out of Farmington Hills however they would not pick the subjects up on the warrants. The subject was released.
Officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. It was discovered that the driver was operating on a suspended license. The driver was arrested and lodged at the Osceola County Jail without incident.
Officers investigated two separate juvenile complaints where the children were failing to follow directions of their parents. The children were located and talked to about the matter.
Officers assisted a stranded motorist where the vehicle was blocking the roadway on S. Chestnut St. The vehicle was removed from the road.
Officers investigated a trash abatement at a residence in the city. Officers are in the process of identifying the owner to have the trash removed.
Officers were called to check on a subject that was sitting on the side of US 10. Officers arrived on scene and found that the subject had fallen while walking.
The subject was advised to stay out of the roadway.
Officers located four juvenile runaways from Eagle Village. The subjects were taken into custody and turned over the Michigan State Police that handled the initial complaint.
March 22: Officers were requested by the Mecosta County Sheriff’s Department to do a warrant attempt on a subject at a residence in Reed City. Officers located the subject who had a valid warrant for failure to appear in court. The subject was arrested and turned over to Mecosta County.
Officers investigated a stolen firearm complaint. The matter is under investigation.
Officers assisted the Osceola County Sheriff’s Department with a subject at the hospital.
Officers were dispatched to Patterson Road for a complaint of horses running at large. The owner of the horses was located and they were returned to there pasture.
March 24: Officers were dispatched to an apartment complex for a loud noise complaint. Upon arrival no noise was heard. The complaint was unfounded.
Officers assisted Mason County Central Dispatch in delivering a message to a subject in Reed City.
March 25: Officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. It was discovered that both subjects in the vehicle had outstanding felony warrants for their arrest out of the 77th District Court. Both subjects were arrested and lodged at the Osceola County Jail without incident.
Officers were called to a possible fight at the Motel. Officers arrived on scene to find that it was a juvenile matter. The parties were interviewed and a report was completed.