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Big Rapids Police Blotter 11/8

The following incidents were reported by the Big Rapids Department of Public Safety for 11/8/2021.


@6:38am PDC block 600 N. Dekrafft


@7:30am 200 block Perry Ave Hit and Run.  Suspect vehicle is a red SUV.  Extensive damage to suspect vehicle.


@9:03am Division and Fuller Hit and Run, Suspect vehicle that left the scene was a Grey Truck.  Vehicle that remained on scene was at fault.


@9:38am Assist 435 N Michigan Ave.  CPS referral found to be investigated by MCSO already.


@9:52am 1100 block Catherine.  Female wanted to report another Fraud where her husband reportedly used her signature to falsify documents on unemployment while she was incarcerated.  Female has already filed a report in the past and was already credited money from unemployment.


@10:25am PPDA 200 block N Michigan


@10:55am Assist 600 block Maple St.  Subject forgot to pay for gas, returned and paid.


@1:00pm PDC State and Cedar


@1:43pm Fraud 700 block Perry Ave.  Male attempted to pass a fake $100 bill.  Under investigation.  


@3:15pm Check well-being 800 block Water Tower.  3rd party reported female was having mental health issues. She was located walking her dogs with a friend.  She stated she is having a tough time at school but is working with her own counselor.


@4:03pm 400 block S 3rd Ave Mental- 11 y/o juvenile was transported with mom to the ER for evaluation.


@8:38pm 400 block S 3rd Ave Mental- male transported to ER for Eval. 


@9:14pm Warrant meet up with RCPD at dispatch.


@9:46pm 600 block Hutchinson Civil about a dog


@10:31pm 300 block Morrison Suspicious Situation.  Caller stated a black female with red in her hair walked into her apartment and went right towards the bathroom and stated she knew who rented the apartment.  She then walked back out and left in a vehicle.  Officer responded to the area priority.  Suspect saw/heard officers coming.  She turned around, drove over the grass into another parking lot, and fled the scene.  The area was canvassed. MCSO located the vehicle.  The driver was identified and was confirmed as the suspect by the complainant.  Contact was made at the apartment with the suspect’s brother.  He stated his sister wasn't there.  He denied consent to search the residence.  Mud was observed on the side of the vehicle.  Video follow up to be completed however the caller did not want to pursue charges.



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