Evart Police Department Nov. 28 to Dec. 4 Nov. 28 Officers responded to a littering complaint at a local business. The investigation is ongoing. Nov. 29 Officers responded to a complaint regarding an abandoned animal. The case was turned over to animal control. Officers assisted Child Protective Services on a well-being check. Nov. 30 Officers responded to a complaint of a non-sufficient funds check at a local business. The investigation is ongoing. Dec. 1 Officers responded to an adult runaway complaint. The subject returned to their residence voluntarily. Dec. 2 Officers assisted the Osceola County Sheriff's Office on a possible firearm violation. The matter was resolved with no further investigation required. A man\u2019s wallet was found and the owner was located. Officers assisted EMS on a medical emergency call. Officers conducted a well-being check on a juvenile found walking on U.S. 10. The subject was transported to their residence. Officers responded to an ongoing issue between two juveniles. Officers responded to a failure to pay complaint from a local business. Officers responded to a larceny from a vehicle complaint. While parked at a local business, the victim had a piece of equipment stolen from the back of their truck. The investigation is ongoing. Dec. 3 Officers responded to a car\/deer accident.\u00a0 No injuries were reported. Dec. 4 A silver men\u2019s bicycle was turned in to the Evart Police Department. If you believe this item belongs to you, contact the department at (231) 734-5911. REED CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT Nov. 28 to Dec. 4 If you see any suspicious activity, call 911. For a non-emergency call 832-3255. Email tips to firstname.lastname@example.org. Nov. 28 Officers were dispatched to local residence regarding a juvenile complaint of operating a vehicle without a license. The matter is under investigation. Officers were dispatched to local residence regarding a domestic assault that took place between sisters. The matter has been turned over to the Probate Court to review. Officers were dispatched to take a report on a civil matter regarding the ownership of a dog. Officers advised they seek civil action to resolve the issue. Nov. 29 Officers issued an appearance citation to a 29-year-old male for operating a vehicle without insurance. He also was cited for an expired plate and given a written warning for failing to change address. The vehicle was impounded. Officer went to a local residence in search of a 37-year-old male who had multiple outstanding warrants for his arrest. A 27-year-old female at the door told officers that the male was not there and invited them in to search. Finding the man on the second floor, officers placed him under arrest and transported him to the Osceola County Jail where he was lodged without incident. Charges also are being sought against the female for harboring a fugitive. Nov. 30 Officers were requested to respond regarding a tenant and apartment manager conflict. It was determined to be a civil matter. Officers were dispatched to patrol a residential area in search of a suspicious person running on foot. The matter was unfounded. Officers received live ammunition that had been found in a trash can which was located in a neighboring town. The man that found them had attempted to turn them into the scrap yard but found they would not take live rounds. He turned them over to the police department for destruction. Officers were dispatched to local apartment complex regarding a domestic assault that had take place earlier. Officers were unable to locate the 19-year-old male for questioning. A warrant has been requested from the Osceola County Prosecutor's Office. Dec. 1 Officers were dispatched to local business regarding the larceny from a motor vehicle. The victim stated she went inside to drop off a child and returned to find her window broken and items missing. The matter is under investigation. Officers pulled a vehicle over for having an expired registration plate. Officer than arrested the 43-year-old male driver for driving while license suspended, no vehicle insurance and issued a citation for the expired registration plate. His vehicle was impounded as he was transported to the Osceola County Jail, where he was lodged without incident. Officers were requested to assist Child Protective Services as they served notification papers and removed a juvenile from his home. Dec. 2 A parole officer requested Reed City police officers locate and detain 22-year-old male. It was believed there was a possible weapons violation and a physical assault that took place in a neighboring city. The individual was located and he was detained and transported to the Osceola County Jail without incident. Officers were requested to respond to a local residence regarding a complaint of threats and harassment on Facebook and in text messages. Officers found that the 50-year-old male making the threats was in violation of his probation terms of no threatening or intimidating behavior. A report has been provided to his probation officers. Officers responded to a local apartment complex regarding a 911 hang up. The female that answered the door appeared to be confused and unable to answer simple questions. Officers stayed and assisted the EMS then cleared. Dec. 3 Officers were dispatched to local apartment complex, regarding a suspicious situation. The caller explained that someone has been knocking on the door and running off. The problem has now escalated to an object being thrown at the windows. Officers were unable to locate anyone in the area. Officers were requested to meet and receive a found debit\/credit card. The man that found the card said it was on the floor near the ATM. Dec. 4 Officers observed some suspicious behavior from two males on the streets late at night. Upon making contact, officers found the 16-year-old male to be in possession of marijuana. Officers found the 19-year-old male in possession of cocaine and in violation of his probation. The 19-year-old was then placed under arrest and transported and lodged in the Osceola County Jail. The 16-year-old was turned over to family pending review by the Probate Court. Officers were requested to assist the Osceola County Sheriff\u2019s Department and the Evart Fire Department in locating a lost female on state land. The woman had walked away from a disabled vehicle. She was located unharmed. Officers were dispatched to local apartment complex regarding an upset juvenile who had run off. The juvenile was located and transported back to the mother without incident.