Evart 5\/2 Property Damage Accident\u00a0\u2014\u00a0Officers responded to a two-vehicle accident on 7th Street near Oak Street. The driver found at fault was cited. Harassment\u00a0\u2014\u00a0Officers responded to a harassment complaint. The case remains open at this time for further investigation for criminal charges. 5\/4 Threats\u00a0\u2014\u00a0An officer responded to a threats complaint involving multiple persons. The suspect left prior to officer arrival. The case remains open at this time. 5\/6 Found Property\u00a0\u2014\u00a0A plastic bag with several dozen keys was turned in to the Evart PD. To claim this property, please call (231) 734-5911. Disorderly Subjects\u00a0\u2014\u00a0An officer responded to a disorderly persons complaint. Two subjects were found causing a public disturbance near a local business. The subjects were issued appearance citations. 5\/8 Medical Assist \u2013 An officer responded to assist with a medical emergency. The subject was transported to the hospital for treatment. Reed City 5\/3 Officers were dispatched to local residence regarding a vehicle that had been vandalized during\u00a0the night. The matter is under investigation. Officers were dispatched to local apartment complex regarding several tenants\u2019 complaining of the smell\u00a0of marijuana permeating through the walls. Officers located the source and determined no laws had been\u00a0broken. Case closed. Officers responded to a personal property damage report on a storage building. Officers responded to a hit-and-run vehicle accident at a local gas station. Officers located the vehicle in\u00a0question and the driver stated he was unaware he had hit the other vehicle. Report filed, case closed. The Liaison Officer received a report regarding two delinquent minors and their school attendance.\u00a0Parents were notified that the student\u2019s attendance will be monitored and a warrant for truancy will be\u00a0sought immediately if either child was to miss a day of school. Officers received a report from a local business regarding fraudulent checks. Officers advised of the\u00a0proper course of action to take. Officers received a report of identity theft. The matter is under investigation. Officers were dispatched to local residence regarding a verbal argument and threats made between a male\u00a0and female who were living together. Officers were able to de-escalate the situation and the male subject\u00a0stated he would stay the night elsewhere. Officers are currently investigating the possible larceny of industrial equipment. Officers were called to perform a welfare check on a 25-year-old female. Officers went to her apartment\u00a0where it appeared she was not at home. 5\/4 While on patrol officers found an open door on a storage unit. Messages were left with the\u00a0owners and the door was closed. The Liaison Officer assisted a student who was in need of medical attention. The student was transported by\u00a0ambulance to Spectrum Heath\u00a0Reed City\u00a0Hospital for treatment and parents were contacted. Officers responded to a minor car verses pedestrian accident. No injuries were reported. Officers issued an appearance citation to a 23-year-old male for no proof of insurance, in addition to\u00a0being cited for having an expired registration plate. 5\/5 Officers were dispatched to assist EMS with a 50-year-old male having seizures. Officers were dispatched to local residence regarding a suspicious situation, where the caller observed\u00a0items being removed from a vacant house. The matter was unfounded. Officers issued an appearance citation to a 62-year-old female for operating on an expired operators\u00a0license, speeding and no proof of insurance. Officers received a civil complaint and a request to check on the well-being of a 70-year-old resident.\u00a0Officers went to the residence and found the woman in no danger and issued advice on the proper course\u00a0of action to take on her civil matter. Case closed. Officers were dispatched to local business regarding a suspicious situation and an open door. The matter\u00a0was unfounded. Officers issued a verbal warning to local resident regarding her barking dog. Officers were dispatched to local apartment complex on a noise complaint. Officers located the tenant\u00a0and issued a verbal warning. 5\/6 Officers were dispatched to local residence regarding a disorderly conduct and unhealthy\u00a0conditions complaint. The matter is open pending contact with individuals thought to be responsible. Vehicle abatement paperwork was served on local residence. Officers were dispatched to assist Evart Police Department for officer safety. One individual had an\u00a0outstanding felony warrant out of another jurisdiction. Officers were dispatched to locate a juvenile that the caller felt might be suicidal. The young man was\u00a0located and the matter was unfounded. Case closed. Officers served vehicle abatement notice regarding an unregistered vehicle parked in the front yard of\u00a0local residence that was up for sale. Officers responded to a noise complaint at a local apartment complex. Contact was made and with the\u00a0neighboring tenants who had recently turned off the music and stated it wouldn\u2019t be back on the rest of\u00a0the night. 5\/7 Officers were dispatched to local business regarding an alarm activation. Officers found an\u00a0employee there working who had accidentally set the alarm off. Case closed. Officers issued a verbal warning to a resident regarding the parking of a vehicle across the sidewalk,\u00a0blocking the path for pedestrians. Officers observed damaged signs at the Reed City Rocket Football Field. The matter is under\u00a0investigation. 5\/8 Officers were dispatched to local apartment complex regarding a juvenile complaint. Officers\u00a0spoke with all the boys involved. Case closed.