Between November 27-December 4, Sheriff’s Deputies responded to 792 calls for service/events. Higher call volumes occurred in the following areas: Traffic Stops-175, Suspicious Subject/Situation/Vehicle-38, Shoplifting Complaints-37, Assist Citizen/Motorist Assist-30, Traffic Hazards-28, Property Damage Crashes-27, Traffic Violations-25, Alarms-22, Car/Deer Accidents-21, Check Well Beings-19, Domestic Disputes-13, Larcenies-12, Subpoena Service-12, Disorderly Person or Subject -12, Unwanted Subject-11, and Personal Injury Crashes-8.
Fill-A-Cop Car 2022 -
A HUGE THANK YOU is extended to all the citizens who participated in this years’ Fill-A-Cop Car event. The results are in and all donations went above and beyond! Here are estimates from the donation locations –
First Presbyterian Church, Dimondale – Over 1,000 lbs
United Methodist Church, Potterville – 661 lbs and $70 cash
Helping Hands, Charlotte – 4,470 lbs and $80 in gift cards
St. Gerard’s, Lansing – estimated value of food over $14,000 and $112 cash
Deputies and officers from the Eaton County Sheriff’s Office, Charlotte Police Department, and Potterville Police Department accepted donations at the Charlotte and Delta Walmarts, Dollar General in Potterville, Carl’s Supermarket in Dimondale, and Kroger Store in Delta. Xavier DeGroat, founder of the Xavier DeGroat Autism Foundation, also helped at the Kroger Store location
The generosity of citizens throughout Eaton County was overwhelming and greatly appreciated more than you know. Thank for making this event a tremendous success.
Yours in Public Safety,
Sheriff Tom Reich