Evart Police Department

Oct. 9 to Oct. 15

Oct. 10

• Officers made contact with a subject who had a warrant for their arrest. The warrant was confirmed and the subject was transported to another location. The subject was turned over to the agency who issued the warrant.

Oct. 11

• Officers were dispatched to a private property damage complaint. No leads are available at this time.

• Officers were called to a complaint of a suspicious vehicle. Contact was made with the driver of the vehicle and it was determined that no services were required.

• Officers were called to a complaint of an intoxicated subject. Contact was made with the subject and it was determined that no services were required.

• Officers were called to a complaint of stolen/lost medication.

• Officers were called to a runaway complaint. It was determined the situation was a custody issue and a possible assault. The case remains open at this time.

Oct. 13

• Officer were called to a domestic dispute between two individuals. One of the subjects was found to have an outstanding warrant. They were arrested and transported to the Osceola County Jail, where they were lodged on their warrant.

• Officers were called to handle two car-deer accidents.

Reed City Police Department

Oct. 8 to Oct. 15

If you see any suspicious activity, call 911. For a non-emergency call 832-3255. Email tips to policereedcity@gmail.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 through out the week. The Reed City Police Department reminds people to lock their vehicle doors at night and not leave items of value in the vehicle overnight.

Oct. 8

• Officers arrested a 37-year-old woman on charges of domestic assault and resisting and opposing an officer. A 33-year-old man also was arrested on domestic assault charges. Both were transported to and lodged in the Osceola County Jail. Upon arrival at the jail, the female was out of control. After calming down and being searched at the jail, a small plastic baggie was located with suspected methamphetamine residue. She also was charged with bringing a controlled substance into a correctional facility.

Oct. 10

• Officers were dispatched to local apartment regarding a civil dispute between tenants. The landlord and tenants came to an agreement and the responding officer left.

Oct. 11

• Officers were requested to respond to a two-vehicle property damage accident at a local parking lot. No injuries were reported.

• Officers were requested to respond to assist a 35-year-old woman with a civil complaint. The woman explained she had been evicted from the home. She went back with some help to move out her belongings, and found the locks had been changed. She said she spoke with the landlord, who said they would let her in the next day. The responding officer explained this was a civil matter and there was nothing he could do. He further explained the proper steps to take on the matter.

Oct. 12

• Officers received a larceny from a vehicle complaint involving a vehicle parked overnight at an apartment complex. A window was broken out to take a purse that was in plain sight. The responding officer also received other reports of vehicles that appeared to have had someone in them going through the compartments, but nothing was missing. The matter is under investigation.

Oct. 13

• Officers were dispatched to perform a well-being check. The caller claimed there was a child yelling and screaming at a nearby residence. The responding officer spoke with the parents of the home and found the child had been playing and was acting like a dinosaur. The child then came out and began roaring like a dinosaur. Observing the child was fine, the officer left the scene.

• While out on patrol, a concerned citizen requested an officer check out a suspicious situation at the Depot. The officer met up with several people at the Depot, ranging in age from 17 up to 52 years old. They were hanging out doing tricks on BMX bikes and scooters. Officers found them to be polite and no damage was observed.

Oct. 14

• In the late hours of the night, officers observed a vehicle disregard a flashing red light signal. Officers then performed a traffic stop and found the 20-year-old driver to be a minor in possession of alcohol who was operating under the influence of liquor. He was issued two citations and transported to the Osceola County Jail, where he was found to be in possession of marijuana, which he had concealed in his groin area. At that point a felony charge of introducing contraband into a jail was added to his charges. He was lodged at the Osceola County Jail.


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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