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ALLEGAN COUNTY JAIL Address

ALLEGAN COUNTY JAIL
112 NORTH WALNUT ST.
ALLEGAN, MI
49010

ALLEGAN COUNTY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 166
Inmate Capacity: 173
Year Constructed: 1963
Full-Time Staff: 38
Total Staff Salaries: $2,384,209

Phone:(269) 673-0500

Allegan County Sheriff's Office

"A premiere criminal justice agency serving our community with honor and integrity" ALLEGAN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE & CORRECTIONS CENTER Frank Baker, Sheriff and Mike Larsen, Undersheriff. 640 River St. Allegan, MI 49010 PHONE: 269.673.0500 Ext. 4219 (general information). WEB: www.allegancounty.org/sheriff
Allegan County Sheriff's Office
Allegan County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, April 22nd, 2017 at 1:49pm
Congratulations to Detective Martin Mendell who was selected as the Safe Harbor Children's Advocacy Center Child Advocate of the year. Det. Mendell was recognized tonight at the annual Lifeline event. (Pictured are Executive Director Lori Antkoviak, State Representative Mary Whiteford, Prosecutor Roberts Kengis, Det. Martin Mendell, Sheriff Frank Baker, and Judge Margaret Bakker)
Allegan County Sheriff's Office
Allegan County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.Thursday, April 20th, 2017 at 6:48am
Wednesday Spotlight is on the students of the Careerline Tech Center (Ottawa County ISD) who visited our Office today!

Students in the Public Safety & Security Services program visited our office today. Along with touring our Corrections Center, they had a unique opportunity of listening to an inmate speak about the path that led him to incarceration and also had time to ask him questions. Sheriff Baker was able to stop in and talk to the group about Corrections as well as a career in Law Enforcement. Sgt. Ver Sluys spoke with the group about operations of the Corrections Center as well as a career as a Corrections Officer. These students were brought here by their instructors, Mr. Hoeksema and Blakely.
Allegan County Sheriff's Office
Allegan County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, April 19th, 2017 at 8:37am
-NEWS RELEASE-
from the Allegan County Sheriff's Office.
Subject in Stand-Off arraigned today.

4/18/17 UPDATE: The subject arrested is Michael John Vanderberg, DOB 4/25/89.
Subject was arraigned today on 4 counts: Weapons/Firearms – Possesion by a felon; 2 counts of Police Officer – Assault/Resist/Obstruct; and Weapons – Felony Firearms.
Bond was set at $10,000 cash/surety.

Subject: Stand-Off, Subject taken into Custody.

On Sunday, April 16, at approximately 9:50am, the Allegan County Sheriff’s Office responded to an Otsego Twp. residence in response to receiving a call about a known felon in possession of a firearm inside the residence. Other information received was that there were other subjects inside this residence along with the homeowner and the homeowner was in fear.

Upon arriving Deputies were able to make contact with the homeowner and later attempted to make contact with the other occupants inside the residence. Several attempts were made to have the subjects come out via the PA system, this resulted in two subjects coming out and being taken into custody. Deputies were informed that another subject was inside the residence and didn’t want to come out.

The subject inside the residence was identified by other residents as a subject with outstanding warrants and possibly in possession of a firearm. Deputies continued to call over the PA to this subject who would occasionally appear in windows however would not give up or come outside. After several more attempts to have this subject surrender without avail and the severity of this incident the Allegan County Tactical Team (SWAT) was activated.

The SWAT Team and Negotiation team arrived on scene and negotiators took over communications with this subject. After negotiations started, the subject later surrendered to Deputies on the scene and was taken into custody. The subject was lodged on the outstanding warrants and additional charges are pending stemming from this incident. The subjects name will be released after arraignment.

The residence was secured and a search of the residence was conducted and a stolen firearm was recovered from the residence.

The Sheriff’s office was assisted by members of the Plainwell Department of Public Safety, Otsego Police Department, and Plainwell EMS.
Allegan County Sheriff's Office
Allegan County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, April 19th, 2017 at 8:32am
UPDATE: April 18, 2017

The subject arrested is Michael John Vanderberg, DOB 4/25/89

Subject was arraigned today on 4 counts: Weapons/Firearms – Possesion by a felon; 2 counts of Police Officer – Assault/Resist/Obstruct; and Weapons – Felony Firearms.
Bond was set at $10,000 cash/surety.

-NEWS RELEASE-

Subject: Stand-Off, Subject taken into Custody.

Release Date: April 17, 2017

On Sunday, April 16, at approximately 9:50am, the Allegan County Sheriff’s Office responded to an Otsego Twp. residence in response to receiving a call about a known felon in possession of a firearm inside the residence. Other information received was that there were other subjects inside this residence along with the homeowner and the homeowner was in fear.

Upon arriving Deputies were able to make contact with the homeowner and later attempted to make contact with the other occupants inside the residence. Several attempts were made to have the subjects come out via the PA system, this resulted in two subjects coming out and being taken into custody. Deputies were informed that another subject was inside the residence and didn’t want to come out.

The subject inside the residence was identified by other residents as a subject with outstanding warrants and possibly in possession of a firearm. Deputies continued to call over the PA to this subject who would occasionally appear in windows however would not give up or come outside. After several more attempts to have this subject surrender without avail and the severity of this incident the Allegan County Tactical Team (SWAT) was activated.

The SWAT Team and Negotiation team arrived on scene and negotiators took over communications with this subject. After negotiations started, the subject later surrendered to Deputies on the scene and was taken into custody. The subject was lodged on the outstanding warrants and additional charges are pending stemming from this incident. The subjects name will be released after arraignment.

The residence was secured and a search of the residence was conducted and a stolen firearm was recovered from the residence.

The Sheriff’s office was assisted by members of the Plainwell Department of Public Safety, Otsego Police Department, and Plainwell EMS
Allegan County Sheriff's Office
Allegan County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, April 15th, 2017 at 1:31am
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Allegan County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.Thursday, April 13th, 2017 at 7:24am
Wednesday Spotlight from the desk of Sheriff Frank Baker:

Just thought I would share a few notes that I have received in the last couple weeks from individuals who have had interactions with our Deputies.

• A local business manager and retired U.S. Army veteran who served our Country for 27 years emailed one of our Deputies. He wished to thank Deputy Joe Knapp for his service and professionalism after Deputy Knapp policed a traffic crash that he was involved in.
• I received a letter from a Financial Advisor who works in Portage. He wished to thank Deputy Joe Borgic for assisting him. Deputy Borgic was on his way to his assigned work when he observed a vehicle traveling in front of him experience a mechanical failure. Deputy Borgic noticed a puff of smoke from the side of the vehicle. Deputy Borgic caught up with the car and stopped the driver who was unaware that his tire had sustained damage. Deputy Borgic instructed him to proceed slowly to the next exit where he offered to assist him in changing the tire. Deputy Borgic discovered that the front strut had broken and he waited with him for a tow truck. The driver’s letter stated “Here was a law officer in uniform that really made a difference and I am truly grateful for his assistance. You can be proud that he is on your team. Thank You”.
• We received a thank you note from a representative of a Bank who wished to thank Deputy Jay Anderson for meeting with them to check on a property. The note stated “we appreciate all you do to keep us all safe. Many thanks”.
• I received a letter from the President of a Lake Association here in Allegan County. He wished to thank Deputy Joe Bronson for taking the time to fully investigate a civil dispute over a dock and access rights. The Association President indicated that based upon the information initially provided to the Deputy it could have easily resulted in a different outcome; however, Deputy Bronson offered to meet and conduct additional follow-up investigation so that the best outcome was achieved. The letter stated “his efforts secured a proper outcome, the well-being of an older couple dealing with a very stressful situation, and an appreciation for the type of law enforcement officer you have on your staff. We appreciate you giving us this opportunity to bring his actions to your attention”.

I would like to thank these individuals for taking the time to let me know about the fine work our Deputies are doing here at the Allegan County Sheriff’s Office. I would also like to thank Deputy Knapp, Deputy Borgic, Deputy Anderson, and Deputy Bronson. Their actions reflect the values of the Sheriff’s Office and the dedication to the citizens and visitors of Allegan County.