EVART POLICE DEPARTMENT Dec. 5 to Dec. 11 Dec. 6 Officers observed a vehicle known to\u00a0 be driven by a driver with a suspended license. Contact was made with the driver after it was confirmed that their license was suspended. The\u00a0 offender was given a court date and a licensed driver was called to drive\u00a0 the vehicle away. Officers were called to a civil dispute over residency. The matter was resolved peacefully. Dec. 7 Officers were called to a noise complaint. No offense was found. Officers were called to a failure to pay complaint. The case remains open at this time. Officers were called to conduct a well-being check. The subjects in question were found to be secure. Dec. 8 Officers were called to assist the Osceola County Sheriff\u2019s Department on a larceny complaint. Dec. 9 Officers were called to a conduct a well-being check. The subject was found to be secure. The subject also had warrants and was placed under arrest. They were then transported to the Osceola County Jail and lodged on their warrants. Officers were dispatched to conduct an area check of a suspicious vehicle at a local business. The subject was found to have left the area. Officers responded to a harassment complaint. The case remains open at this time. Dec. 10 Officers were informed of the whereabouts of a subject known to have an outstanding warrant. The subject was located and placed under arrest. They were transported to the Osceola County Jail and lodged on their warrants. REED CITY POLICE\u00a0 DEPARTMENT Dec. 5 to Dec. 11 If you see any suspicious activity, call 911. For a non-emergency call 832-3255. Email tips to email@example.com. Officers continue to perform property inspections and serve the appropriate abatement paperwork for those in violation. Residents are asked to be aware winter parking ordinances have begun and will run until April 1. Officers will be enforcing the Parking Violations Bureau policy in which no vehicle shall be parked on a city street between the hours of 2:30 to 6 a.m. Any and all vehicles in violation will be cited a parking ticket and or towed. Dec. 5 Officers were dispatched to a two-car accident. Several injuries were reported from passengers in each vehicle. Officers believe that one driver, a 31-year-old male, was under in the influence of drugs. All passengers were transported to the hospital and treated for injuries. A warrant has been requested from the Osceola County Prosecutor's Office. Officers were dispatched to local residence to assist a 34-year-old mother who was locked out of her vehicle with an infant inside. The towing company arrived and unlocked the vehicle. The infant was fine. Officers were dispatched to local apartment complex regarding a possible verbal domestic. Officers spoke with the family in question and the matter was unfounded. Dec. 6 Officers responded to a complaint regarding hunting activity taking place within the city limits. Officers found bait piles of sugar beets and an unlawfully disposed of deer carcass in the bushes, in addition to a tree stand, which was confiscated. Further searching led officers to a second site with a hunting blind and a licensed crossbow hunter inside. The 54-year-old male was escorted to his vehicle and his hunting blind and crossbow confiscated. The matter is under investigation. Officers were requested to perform a civil standby at local residence, while a rental company either received payment due or repossessed their items. The payment was made to the satisfaction of the rental company and officers cleared. Dec. 7 Officers were dispatched to respond to an alarm activation. Upon the officer's arrival, it was found that the alarm had been accidentally set off. Case closed. Officers were requested to respond to a local residence regarding a domestic assault no longer in progress. A third party called in the assault of a 32-year-old female. Officers spoke with both parties involved and advised that although things had calmed down it would be best if they were separated for the evening. Both agreed and the male found a place to stay with relatives. The matter has been turned over to the prosecutor for review. Officers were requested to meet with a probation officer, regarding a failed drug test on a 26-year-old male. As requested, the Reed City police officers arrested, transported and lodged the individual for violating his probation terms, without incident. Officers were once again requested to respond to the probation\/parole office to arrest a 29-year-old male who failed a Breathalyzer test, a violation of his probation conditions. The individual was arrested, transported and lodged in the Osceola County Jail without incident. Officers conducted a traffic stop for expired registration. The 48-year-old female driver was found to be operating without insurance. She was issued an appearance citation and the vehicle was towed. Dec. 8 Officers were requested to respond to Patterson Road, regarding a two-vehicle property damage accident. No injuries were reported. Officers were dispatched to a local residence to take a larceny report regarding a missing gaming system that was taken from the home. The matter is under investigation. Officers were requested to respond to a local apartment complex regarding a noise complaint. Officers issued verbal warnings to the occupants of the apartment being reported. Case closed. Dec. 9 Officers responded to a two-car accident with minor damage to the vehicles. No injuries were reported. While performing a traffic stop for failing to stop at a stop sign, officers found the 54-year-old driver to be driving while license suspended (DWLS). The officer issued him a citation for failing to stop and arrested him for the DWLS (second offense). His vehicle was turned over to his wife, the passenger, who had a valid driver\u2019s license as he was transported and lodged in the Osceola County Jail without incident. Officers observed a semi-trailer fail to stop at a four-way stop. Officers stop the 42-year-old male driver and found he didn\u2019t speak English. His commercial driver\u2019s license out of Mexico was found to have an invalid status. The driver was issued an appearance citation for No Valid CDL and also cited for failing to stop for the stop sign. The truck and trailer were impounded pending a valid driver. Dec. 10 Officers issued an appearance citation to a 25-year-old male driver for have no operators license and driving while licensed suspended. Arrangements were made to have the vehicle picked up and driven back to the drivers\u2019 residence while the driver and passenger were transported home by the officer. Officers received information regarding a trespassing violation at a local apartment complex. The 30-year-old female tenant would not allow officers into the apartment to search for the 29-year-old male in question. Dec. 11 Officer received information on the location of a 28-year-old male with multiple warrants. Officers were allowed in to search the home and were told by the owner that he had been there but had left. She added that she did not know where he went or that he had any warrants. Officers responded to a car\/deer accident, no injuries were reported. Officers were request to assist a local resident gain access into their home after locking themselves out. Officers were dispatched to local apartment complex regarding a domestic assault. The 31-year-old female victim told officers her 33-year-old boyfriend forced his way into her apartment and he physically assaulted her. She added that he had a warrant out of Lake County and left when the police were called. She also stated that he took her phone with him. Officers followed the tire tracks in the fresh snow out of town before they were no longer visible.