LOCAL POLICE REPORTS — Oct. 11

Evart Police Department

Oct. 1 to Oct. 8

Oct. 2

• Officers were called to a local business for a complaint of an unruly customer. The business owner asked the patron be served with a no trespassing warning.

• An individual came to the Evart Police Department to report an assault. The case remains open at this time.

• Officers were called to assist the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office with an unruly juvenile at a youth facility.

• Officers were called to a property damage accident. No injuries were reported.

Oct. 3

• Officers were called to a threats complaint. The victim requested no charges be filed.

Oct. 4

• Officers were dispatched to a loose dog complaint. Upon arrival at the scene, the animal had been returned to its owner’s yard.

Oct. 5

• Officers were dispatched to a property damage accident. No injuries were reported.

• Officers were called to stand by with Child Protective Services while an interview was conducted.

• Officers were called to meet with a subject on a report of a possible assault. The individuals agreed to stay separated and no charges were filed.

Oct. 6

• Officers were called to an animal complaint involving a dog bite. The case has been referred to animal control for further investigation.

• Officers were called to a personal property damage accident. No injuries were reported.

• Officers were called to property damage accident. No injuries were reported.

• Officers were called to an assault complaint. The case remains open at this time.

Oct. 8

• Officers were dispatched to a 911 hang-up. The subject was transported to Spectrum Health Reed City Hospital by emergency medical services.

• While conducting a traffic stop, officers discovered the minor driver of a vehicle to be possession of alcohol and narcotics.

Reed City Police Department

Oct. 1 to Oct. 7

If you see any suspicious activity, call 911. For a non-emergency call 832-3255. Email tips to policereedcity@gmail.com

Oct. 1

• Officers arrested a 20-year-old man on charges of operating under the influence of drugs — first offense. He was transported to the Osceola County Jail, where he was lodged without incident.

• Officers were dispatched to a local residence to take a report of a possible malicious destruction of property complaint. The caller reported returning home from the weekend to find the tires on his and his son’s bicycles were flat. He believes someone had let the air out, but had no proof. He told the officer he would air up the tires and call the officer back if he found the tires had been damaged.

Oct. 2

• Officers picked up a 31-year-old man from the Wexford County Jail and transported him to the Osceola County Jail, where he was lodged on two outstanding warrants for failure to appear.

• Officers were dispatched to a local apartment to take a report of a larceny from a building and malicious destruction of property. The matter is under investigation.

Oct. 3

• A 23-year-old woman was issued an appearance citation for no insurance and improper use of a registration plate, and given a written warning for no valid operator license on person. She also was given a verbal warning for failing to change the address on her license. Her vehicle was impounded.

• Officers were dispatched to an activated alarm at a local business during the night. The alarm company advised of an activated office motion sensor. Upon arrival, a perimeter search was conducted and the building was found to be secure.

Oct. 4

• The school liaison officer was called to the GT Norman Elementary regarding a cat that had been found inside a student’s locker in her backpack. Unable to reach the parents, the officer was requested to attempt contact with the parents and return the cat. The student reported finding the cat on her way to school that morning and placed the cat inside her backpack, which she put in her locker. The cat was returned to its home.

• Officers issued an appearance citation to a 36-year-old woman for driving with an expired registration and without insurance. Her vehicle was towed.

Oct. 5

• Officers were requested to the probation and parole office to lodge a 19-year-old man on a felony probation absconder warrant. He was transported to the Osceola County Jail and lodged without incident.

• Officers were requested by a parole officer to run a file check on a 38-year-old man for outstanding warrants. The man was found to have an outstanding warrant out of Rockford and one out of Lowell. The man was taken into custody and lodged at the Osceola County Jail, pending pickup.

• Officers were dispatched to local apartment complex regarding a 911 hang-up call. The responding officers located the owner of the number from which the call was made. The man explained he must have misdialed.

• EMS requested officers’ assistance with a patient. The woman had come out of a seizure and swung at the paramedics. She then claimed she was going to overdose on pills. The responding officer was able to get the woman to cooperate and get into the ambulance. She was then transported to Spectrum Health Reed City Hospital’s emergency room, where she continued to be uncooperative and was admitted for treatment.

• Officers were requested by a parole officer to respond and lodge a 33-year-old woman for being in violation of the terms of her parole. She was transported to the Osceola County Jail, where she was lodged without incident.

• Officers were requested to respond and lodge a 26-year-old man on charges of violating his parole. He was located and transported to the Osceola County Jail, where he was lodged without incident.

Oct. 6

• Officers were requested to perform a parolee check on a 32-year-old man. The man was located and detained for his parole officer. The man was found to be violating his parole and was in possession of methamphetamine. He was arrested and transported to the Osceola County Jail, where he was lodged without incident.

• Officers were requested to respond to a 911 hang-up call. Meceola Central Dispatch explained they could hear a young child talking on the phone. They added that this has been an ongoing issue at this residence from that phone number. An officer made contact with a 33-year-old man who explained that all is fine; it was his young daughter watching videos from his phone who makes the 911 calls. Because of the number of times officers have had to respond to the 911 calls, the officer issued a verbal warning that further calls could lead to charges of misusing 911.

• Officers were dispatched to respond to a suspicious situation during the night at the home of a 55-year-old woman. The woman reported hearing a car door slam and her dog barked. She went downstairs and saw a person standing outside her rear entrance door. The person left as she made the 911 call. The responding officer performed a perimeter search and found no one. The officer advised she keep all doors locked, not to open them for anyone and call 911 if anyone were to come to the door. The officer then searched the neighborhood, finding no one.

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Posted by Emily Grove

Emily is the Herald Review and Pioneer crime and court reporter, covering crime in both Mecosta and Osceola counties. She can be reached by e-mail at emily@pioneergroup.com or by phone at (231) 592-8362.

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