07\/14 Officers served a property owner a vehicle abatement. The property owner has the\u00a0allotted time to correct the violation or further enforcement action will be taken. Officers responded to a trailer park in the city for a landlord\/tenant dispute. The parties were talked\u00a0to and advised that it was a civil matter and they were provided with a course of action. Officers were called to the motel to assist EMS with a medical run. The subject was transported to\u00a0the hospital via EMS. 07\/15 Officers assisted a stranded motorist on East Church Street. Officers issued multiple grass abatement notices to property owners in the city. The owners have\u00a0the allotted time to correct the violation or further enforcement action will be taken. Officers were called to a business for an alarm. Officers arrived on scene and found the building to\u00a0be secure and the all was determined to be false. The business owner was notified. 07\/16 Officers responded to a business for a malicious destruction of property complaint.\u00a0The complainant reported that three window screens had been cut. A report was completed and the\u00a0matter is under further investigation. Officers were called to a business for a counterfeit money complaint. The complainant reported\u00a0that someone had given them a fake $50 bill over the past weekend. A report was completed and\u00a0the matter is under further investigation. Officers responded to a bank for a non-sufficient funds check complaint. The suspect has been\u00a0identified and the matter is being followed up on. Officers were called for a found property complaint. The complainant had found a wallet on the\u00a0White Pine Trail. The owner of the wallet was located and the wallet was returned. Officers investigated a reckless driving complaint on South Roth Street. The complainant reported walking\u00a0on the side of the road and almost being struck by a vehicle driving in a reckless manner. The\u00a0matter is under further investigation. Officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. It was determined that the driver was operating the\u00a0vehicle with an improper license plate. The driver was arrested and lodged in the Osceola County\u00a0Jail without incident. 07\/17 Officers handled a phone scam complaint. The complainant reported getting a call\u00a0from a person claiming they were from the Publisher\u2019s Clearing House and that the caller had just\u00a0won a cash prize but needed to wire money first to transfer the prize. The caller was advised that it\u00a0was a scam. Officers responded to a residence for a larceny complaint. The complainant reported that a boat\u00a0motor was stolen from her brother\u2019s yard. A report was completed and the matter is under further\u00a0investigation. Officers were called to East Bittner Avenue. for a barking dog complaint. Upon arrival no dog was heard\u00a0and the complaint was unfounded. 07\/18 Officers responded to a residence for an assault complaint. The mother of the victim\u00a0reported that her 14-year-old son was assaulted by an adult. The suspect has been identified and the\u00a0matter is under further investigation. 07\/19 Officers handled a found property complaint. The complainant had found a driver\u2019s\u00a0license. The driver\u2019s license was returned to the owner. Officers handled a harassment complaint that was sexual in nature. Officers talked with the\u00a0complainant and determined that the issue was not harassment as the complainant was a willing\u00a0participant in the communications. The complainant was provided with a course of action. Officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. It was determined that the driver had an\u00a0outstanding warrant out of the Big Rapids Department of Pubic Safety. The subject was arrested\u00a0and turned over to Big Rapids officers without incident.