Evart 4\/20 An officer was dispatched to a civil complaint. The officer spoke to both parties and the\u00a0issue was resolved. An officer was dispatched to a civil complaint. The complainants were advised they could\u00a0contact the local court if the issue could not be resolved civilly. 4\/21 An officer located a suspicious vehicle while on patrol. The officer made contact with the\u00a0occupants and found one of them was in possession of a controlled substance. The officer issued an\u00a0appearance citation and the report was forwarded to the City Attorney. 4\/22 An officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic offense. The officer learned the driver of the\u00a0vehicle had a suspended license. The driver was arrested and the vehicle was impounded. The report\u00a0was forwarded to the City Attorney. 4\/23 An officer was dispatched to a suicidal subject. The officer assisted the subject with\u00a0contacting a social worker. An officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic offense. The officer learned the driver of the\u00a0vehicle had a warrant. The driver was arrested and the vehicle was turned over to the passenger. Reed City 4\/18 Officers received a complaint of illegal dumping. The matter is under investigation. Officers received a complaint of a suspicious Facebook posting. The matter is under investigation. Officers received a complaint regarding horses that are riding on the Rails to Trails East and West. The\u00a0complaint was in reference to the horse droppings left behind. The city has an ordinance [606.02 (g) Removal\u00a0of Animal Waste] animal owners are required to pick up animal waste regardless of the species. Those failing to\u00a0comply could receive a citation and have to pay a fine. 4\/19 Michigan State Police requested officer assistance for safety while taking a subject into custody. Officers received two separate complaints regarding the illegal dumping of trash at a local apartment\u00a0complexes. The matters are under investigation. When caught the individuals could face misdemeanor charges. Officers were dispatched regarding the safety of three young girls who were seen crossing the street nearly getting\u00a0hit by cars more then once. Upon locating the girls and their parents, they were given a warning and counseled\u00a0on traffic safety. Officers received a complaint from a local resident regarding Facebook harassment. The matter is under\u00a0investigation. Officers received a report of a suspicious situation that took place the night before. The person reported\u00a0someone outside his residence in the middle of the night. The subject fled after the resident made his presence\u00a0known. Case closed. Officers were dispatched to a hit-and-run vehicle accident. No injuries were reported. 4\/20 Officers were dispatched to assist the security officer at the Spectrum Health Emergency Room with a\u00a0disorderly patient who was refusing treatment. Once the individual was informed the police were on their way,\u00a0he began to cooperate fully and stated that there would be no further problems. Case closed. The Liaison Officer was notified by Child Protective Services (CPS) of the truancy of an elementary student. The\u00a0parents have been notified that a warrant request will be submitted if the child should miss any more school. Officers were dispatched to a juvenile mischief call. The juvenile was putting a substance on vehicle exhaust\u00a0pipes that caused the pipe to smoke when a vehicles exhaust pipe heated up under normal conditions. Officer were dispatched to speak with a female caller about harassing text messages from her estranged\u00a0boyfriend. The matter is under investigation. 4\/21 Officers responded to fire alarm activation, no visible signs of fire upon arrival. The key holder\u00a0and maintenance arrived along with Reed City Fire Department. It was found to be an alarm malfunction. The alarm was\u00a0canceled and reset. Officers arrested a 54-year-old male who was found to be driving while license suspended (DWLS). The\u00a0vehicle was towed and the individual was lodged in the Osceola County Jail without incident. He also was issued a citation for\u00a0unauthorized use of a handicap space and no valid proof of insurance. Officers received a complaint regarding a non-aggravated assault between two juvenile males. The case is\u00a0open, pending medical records and prosecutor review. Officers received a lost credit\/debit bank card. The rightful owner was identified and the card was returned. 4\/22 Officers were dispatched to local apartment complex regarding juvenile mischief and a minor assault.\u00a0The case will be turned over the prosecutor for review. Officers were dispatched to local residence regarding a juvenile assault. The matter is under investigation. Officers were dispatched to local apartment complex regarding a possible suicidal subject. The individual\u00a0stated they were not well and agreed to be seen in the emergency room for a voluntary mental health\u00a0evaluation. Officer provided transportation to the hospital. Case closed. Officers were dispatched to local business regarding an intoxicated patron outside pounding on the door after\u00a0closing for the night, making it so the employees were unable to leave for the night. Officers arrested a 32-year-old male for disorderly person, trespassing and resisting arrest. He was transported to the Osceola County Jail\u00a0where he continued to resist officers and corrections staff. 4\/23 Officers were dispatched to local business regarding a juvenile runaway who was upset he was\u00a0disciplined. Officers made contact with the boy\u2019s mother and arrangements were made for him to stay with his\u00a0father until he calmed down. Officers notified Child Protective Services of the situation. Case closed. 4\/24 Officers were requested to assist the Osceola County Sheriff's Department in locating a large party\u00a0where it was suspected to have several minors in possession of alcohol. The party was found to have been\u00a0vacated earlier in the evening.