Here are the highlights from the St. Louis Police Department’s complaint log from Tuesday, Aug. 21 through Monday, Aug. 27.
A sex offense complaint was logged for 8 a.m. Monday, Aug. 27. The complaint was a referral from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services’ Children’s Protective Services program, said Police Chief Richard J. Ramereiz, Jr.
St. Louis Police Sgt. Forshee will conduct an investigation in conjunction with the Child Advocacy Center located in Alma. http://www.linkforfamilies.org/?q=node/27
If you suspect abuse or neglect of anyone (adult or child), call (855) 444-3911 any time day or night.
Assault, Trespass, Probation Violation
St. Louis police logged an assault, trespass and probation violation complaint on Thursday, Aug. 23, in the Evergreen Village mobile home park on the north side of Michigan Avenue.
Chief Ramereiz said the complaint involved two juveniles in an “altercation.” One of them refused to leave. The Gratiot County Prosecutor’s Office was notified and may bring charges.
House Shot by Arrow
A homeowner on South Mill Street reported (at 7:31 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 23) finding an arrow stuck in the side of his house. The owner told police that he seldom sees the outside of that side of his house, so there’s no telling when the arrow hit it.
Chief Ramereiz would like to remind everyone that it is illegal to fire arrows within the city limits, even if you are just target shooting. In fact, it’s illegal to fire slingshots, paintball guns, BB guns, pellet guns, shotguns, bullet guns or even potato guns within the city limits.