Reed City Police Report 08\/22-08\/28 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 of the Reed City Ordinances for Tall Grass, Trash and Vehicles thought out the week. 8\/22 Officers responded to an alarm activation at a local restaurant. Officers found the food delivery truck had dropped off supplies triggering the alarm. Case closed. Officers were called to take a report regarding a civil dispute. Officers advised the 36-year-old female to seek a restraining order. Officers received a complaint regarding the conduct of a local family. Officers went to the residences and issued verbal warnings regarding the city noise ordinance and the language and behavior of the children living there. Officers were requested to perform a peace officer standby as a landlord served notice for back rent and an eviction notice. Officers were flagged down by a motorist reporting there was an intoxicated man at the Dairy Depot making the customers uncomfortable. Officers spoke to the 45-year-old male, who left on foot after being asked to leave. He was later observed outside a gas station consuming an alcoholic beverage in public, a violation of a city ordinance. He was placed under arrest for public consumption and for violating the condition of his bond release by consuming alcohol. He was transported to the Osceola County Jail without incident 8\/23 Officers issued an appearance citation to a 37-year-old female, for improper use of a registration plate. She also was issued a citation for no proof of insurance and her plate was confiscated. Officers responded to a two-car traffic accident on the corner of Todd Avenue and Sears Street. No injuries were reported. Officers were called to local business regarding a property damage report. It appears a Hi-lo on the neighboring property is destroying the asphalt and throwing pieces of it through the windows. Officers assisted the Michigan State Police department with a larceny from a vehicle complaint. 8\/24 Officers received a complaint regarding an ongoing situation with loud music. Officers located the source and issued an appearance citation to the resident for amplified music. Officers responded to local parking lot to take a report regarding a two car accident. No injuries were reported. Officers were called to local apartment complex parking lot to take a report regarding a two car accident. No injuries were reported. 8\/25 Officers were requested to perform a well-being check. The caller claimed she was concerned as she had heard the children screaming for their mother throughout the day and was not sure what was going on. Officers went to the residence and found the mother had been home all day and the children were fine. Case closed. Officers were called to a local parking lot to take a complaint. The 23-year-old female reported that a man had pulled into a parking spot nearly hitting her child. Officers spoke with the 53-year-old man, who claimed he had asked the women to move and she ignored him and continued her conversation with another woman. He added that cars were backing up behind him so he went ahead and pulled into the parking spot. Officers explained that there were more appropriate ways for both of them to have handled the situation. Officers were informed of a suspicious situation. The person told officers he could hear what he believed to be kids partying at a nearby outbuilding. Officers performed an area check and found nothing out of the norm and the building secure. Case closed. 8\/26 Officers were dispatched to local motel regarding a man yelling in the courtyard. Officer arrived and found both the 30-year-old male and a 30-year-old female, had outstanding warrants and were both taken into custody and transported to the Osceola County Jail without further incident. Officers were called regarding a suspicious situation. The caller stated that someone keeps ringing the doorbell and running off. Officers patrolled and watched the area and found no one around during that time. 8\/28 Officers were called to a local gas station in the middle of the night regarding a suspicious situation. The employee of a local gas station was concerned as there was a truck with two people sitting in it parked across the street that had been there for a long period of time. Officers questioned the two individuals in the vehicle and found they were old friends just visiting while one was in town. Case closed. While performing a traffic stop, officers arrested a 29-year-old male for no vehicle insurance and he was cited for having an expired plate. His vehicle was towed as he was transported to and lodged in the Osceola County Jail without incident. Officers received a call from a man that was back in town from the military. He told officer that he was not able to make contact with his brother and requested officers to perform a well-being check. Officers were able to locate the man, who stated there were family troubles and he did not wish to have any contact with his brother.